‘The Sikh 100’ is an annual ranking documenting profiles of the most influential Sikhs chosen from around the world and across all sectors, including business, education, media, entertainment, sports and charity. This year’s latest 11th edition of ‘The Sikh 100’ list released by ‘The Sikh Group’, a UK-based global Sikh organization in which SGPC president Harjinder Singh Dhami and Punjab state (India) Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann have made a debut. Out of 26 million Sikhs, they were chosen in the current list. Though, they were not honoured physically, yet the aim was to share the real stories of inspiration so that all generations of Sikh community should be encouraged to aim high, be passionate and excel in all aspects of their lives.
In the latest 11th edition of others who found place or repeated in the list included former PM Dr Manmohan Singh, Union Minister Hardeep Puri, former CM Capt Amarinder Singh, SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal, Canadian Minister of Defence and MP Harjit Singh Sajjan, DSGMC president Harmeet Singh Kalka, Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee former president Satwant Singh, former MP Tarlochan Singh, Pingalwara Society president Dr Inderjit Kaur, Dubai-based social activist SPS Oberoi, US-based EcoSikh president Dr Rajwant Singh, spiritual leaders Baba Sewa Singh Khadoor Sahib and Baba Kashmir Singh Bhuriwale, social activist Ravi Singh of Khalsa Aid, Minister of Seniors from Canada Kamal Kaur Khera; Chief Economist, World Bank, Indermit Singh Gill and film actor Diljit Dosanjh.