Author: Ranjit Singh 'Kuki' Gill

A tribute to Wangari Maathai

To date, fifteen great women have won the Nobel Prize in its 110 year history for contributing to the upliftment and inspiration of humanity. One of them is Wangari Maathai, the first African woman to be rewarded with the Nobel...

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An unwanted package

When I reached the United States in 1986, I had a chance to stay at Michigan State University with some of my old class fellows. There I observed and came across the interesting subject of packaging engineering – how to...

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Regrets-I have a few

As I have travelled along the journey of my life and as I still move along today, thoughts of regret inevitably accompany along side. The ‘could have’, ‘might have’ and ‘should have’ aspects...

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SGPC needing correction

The process to elect the new body for Sikh religious places was in the last phase of campaigning over the last few weeks before Sunday’s chaotic polling day. The body known as Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has...

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Power over himself

Today I want to share my thoughts about participatory democracy – an expression of the people’s will and their share in this political participation. These days people are yearning to become a part and parcel of...

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