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PAKISTAN-RELIGION/
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April 15, 2019
Sikh devotee with his kirpan (dagger) on his dastaar (turban) dips his son in holy water as they take...
Hasanabdal, Pakistan
Sikh devotees take bath in the holy water during the Baisakhi festival at Panja Sahib shrine in Hasanabdal...
Sikh devotee with his kirpan (dagger) on his dastaar (turban) dips his son in holy water as they take a bath during the Baisakhi festival at Panja Sahib shrine in Hasanabdal, Pakistan April 14, 2019. Picture taken April 14, 2019. REUTERS/Saiyna Bashir
INDIA-BRITAIN/
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August 25, 2014
Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg holds a 'Kirpan', a Sikh religious sword presented to him...
New Delhi, India
Clegg holds a Kirpan presented to him by the Gurudwara authorities during his visit to a Gurudwara in...
Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg holds a 'Kirpan', a Sikh religious sword presented to him by the Gurudwara authorities during his visit to a Gurudwara (Sikh temple) in New Delhi August 25, 2014. Clegg is on a three-day visit to India. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
KASHMIR/
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June 21, 2008
A Sikh brandishes a sword during a protest against the Dera Sacha Sauda sect in Jammu June 21, 2008....
Jammu, India
A Sikh brandishes a sword during a protest against the Dera Sacha Sauda sect in Jammu
A Sikh brandishes a sword during a protest against the Dera Sacha Sauda sect in Jammu June 21, 2008. One person was killed and at least two were injured when clashes erupted between Sikhs and members of the Dera Sacha Sauda sect, which combines spirituality with social work, at a suburban mall in Mumbai on Friday night, local media reported. A bodyguard of Dera chief Ram Rahim Singh opened fire during the clash at the mall, and Sikhs took to the streets and blocked traffic. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
CANADA RELIGION SIKH
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March 02, 2006
Gurbaj Singh Multani displays a ceremonial dagger, known as a kirpan, during a news conference on Parliament...
Ottawa, Canada
Multani displays a ceremonial dagger during a news conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa
Gurbaj Singh Multani displays a ceremonial dagger, known as a kirpan, during a news conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa March 2, 2006. Multiculturalism and religious freedom trumped safety concerns in a Canadian Supreme Court decision on Thursday that will allow orthodox Sikh students to carry traditional daggers to school. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
RELIGION CANADA SIKH
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March 02, 2006
Gurbaj Singh Multani (R) wears a ceremonial dagger, known as a kirpan, after a news conference on Parliament...
Ottawa, Canada
Gurbaj Singh Multani displays a ceremonial dagger following a press conference on Parliament Hill in...
Gurbaj Singh Multani (R) wears a ceremonial dagger, known as a kirpan, after a news conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa March 2, 2006. Multiculturalism and religious freedom trumped safety concerns in a Canadian Supreme Court decision on Thursday that will allow orthodox Sikh students to carry traditional daggers to school. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
INDIA KNIVES
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September 01, 2004
Giani Atma Singh Aziz, a Sikh holy man, holds a kirpan Sikh religious knife prior to a news conference...
New Delhi, India
A Sikh holy man holds kirpan, aSikh religious knife, prior to a news conference in New Delhi.
Giani Atma Singh Aziz, a Sikh holy man, holds a kirpan Sikh religious knife prior to a news conference in New Delhi September 1, 2004. Swiss knife maker Victorinox launched a series of Kirpans in India on Wednesday to mark the 400th anniversary of the installation of the religion's sacred book at its holiest shrine. REUTERS/B Mathur AH/TW
ENGLAND
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May 02, 1999
Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) with his wife Cherie holds the ceremonial sword or 'Kirpan' presented to...
Birmingham, UK
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER BLAIR HOLDS SIKH CEREMONIAL SWORD PRESENTED IN BIRMINGHAM.
Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) with his wife Cherie holds the ceremonial sword or 'Kirpan' presented to him at the end of his visit to the Sikh Vaisakhi Tri-centenary celebrations at the Symphony Hall, ICC, Birmingham May 2. Blair urged Britons to unite against hatred, at the Sikh congress, prior to police announcing a murder charge of a 22-year-old engineer in connection with three bombings in London that killed three people and maimed more than 100.

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