May 19

Royal Wedding Windsor Castle Priyanka
Fusion: 16th royal wedding in Windsor Castle, Priyanka also a guest

Royal Wedding of Prince Harry of England and American actress Meghan Markle is making many statements in the world. Prince Harry and Meghan have been announced as husband and wife on May 19 at the Windsor Castle.The ceremony began with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry walking in the Windsor castle in their Royal dresses. Prince Harry

Investigation into Grewal's India trip invite begins
Investigation into Grewal’s India trip invite begins

OTTAWA: The federal ethics commissioner is formally investigating whether a Liberal MP from Brampton broke Parliament’s conflict of interest code by inviting a construction executive who pays him for legal services to events with Canadian officials during the prime minister’s trip to India earlier this year. Commissioner Mario Dion said he decided to launch an inquiry

Amarinder orders state-wide crackdown on illegal travel agents
Amarinder orders state-wide crackdown on illegal travel agents

Chandigarh – Tightening its noose around illegal travel agents in the state, the state government, led by Captain Amarinder Singh, on Friday directed all DCs, SSPs and Commissioners of Police to go all out to identify any unregistered and unscrupulous travel agents operating in their districts and take stern legal action against them.Acting on the Chief

Congress SAD Sukhbir Badal Shahkot Minister
Former Congress Minister joins SAD in presence of Sukhbir Singh Badal

Former Congress leader and former minister Brij Bhupinder Singh Lali joined the Akali Dal on Friday.  Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal and Bikram Singh Majithia joined Lali in the party. Brij Bhupinder Singh Kang has been the Home Minister during the government of Beant Singh in Punjab. He has also contested elections against Ajit

In Uzbekistan, feels like being at home in Kashmir with exceptions
In Uzbekistan, feels like being at home in Kashmir with exceptions

Uzbekistan and Kashmir appear like separated siblings living thousands of miles apart and still bearing striking similarities in more ways than one — cultural, linguistic, architectural, culinary, music. And, yes, there is a chance that a security man may stop you and scan your phone for any pictures of sensitive places!In fact, the commonalities are not

US ‘regrets’ asking Canada’s Sikh minister to remove turban at airport

US ‘regrets’ asking Canada’s Sikh minister to remove turban at airport. The US Transportation Security Administration is expressing “regret” after airport security demanded that Justin Trudeau’s industry minister remove his turban, sparking a Canadian government complaint. Navdeep Bains, who is Sikh and serves as Canada’s Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, was leaving Detroit

Two suspected Khalistani terrorists arrested

Two suspected Khalistani terrorists arrested. The Punjab Police, on Thursday, arrested two suspected Khalistani terrorists from the Faridkot-Kotakpura highway. According to Police, they were associated with Australia-based Gurjant Singh, who was charged by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in October 2017 in the murder case of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s Ravinder Gosain. Further investigation is underway.

Chief Khalsa Diwan cancels its World Sikh Conference in Canada

Chief Khalsa Diwan cancels its World Sikh Conference in Canada.  Fearing backlash over the controversy involving its former president Charanjit Singh Chadha, the Chief Khalsa Diwan (CKD) has cancelled World Sikh Educational Conference which was scheduled to be held in Canada in November 2018. The event is now likely to be held at Sri Anandpur

Rename Dyal Singh College Sikhs Harsimrat Badal
Renaming Dyal Singh College will hurt Sikhs’ sentiments: Harsimrat Badal

Union Minister for Food Processing, Harsimrat Kaur Badal on Thursday downplayed the decision of the management of Dyal Singh College to rename the college as “Vande Mataram College“, adding that it would hurt the sentiments of the Sikh community. Speaking to ANI, Badal said, “I am totally shocked on what the chairman (Amitabh Sinha) and

Pollution roads
Here is why your home should be away from roads

Turns out, traffic-related pollution is linked to the risk of asthma in children. According to a research conducted by the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, children living within a football field’s length of major roadways had nearly three times the odds of pediatric asthma compared to children who lived four times farther away.While physicians have

Rajkumar Rao Wedding Cannes Taran Adarsh
Rajkumar Rao’s ‘5 Weddings’ to premiere at Cannes

Festival favourite Rajkumar Rao is all geared up to make his debut in Cannes Film Festival, along with Nargis Fakhri, for their upcoming Hollywood movie ‘5 Weddings’. Helmed by an Indo-American director, Namrata Singh Gujral, the movie will have its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. Film critic Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to make

Gujarat Assembly Speaker calls BR Ambedkar 'Brahmin' Dalit Buddhist Modi
Gujarat Assembly Speaker calls BR Ambedkar ‘Brahmin’

Gujarat Assembly Speaker Rajendra Trivedi on Sunday described BR Ambedkar as a ‘Brahmin‘, contending that there was nothing wrong in calling a learned person a Brahmin. In his address at the ‘Mega Brahmin Business Summit‘ in Gandhinagar, Trivedi said, “I have no hesitation in saying that BR Ambedkar is a Brahmin. There is nothing wrong

Thousands participate in annual ‘Sikh Day Parade' in United States
Thousands participate in annual ‘Sikh Day Parade’ in United States

New York – Thousands of Sikhs in the US have participated in the annual Sikh Day Parade’ in the heart of Manhattan here, spreading awareness about the faith amid incidents of hate crimes against the minority community. Men, women and children, dressed in their traditional finery, turned out in large numbers for the 31st Sikh Day

Shahkot By-Poll: Voting on May 28, result on May 31
Shahkot By-Poll: Voting on May 28, result on May 31

Chandigarh – The bye election for Shahkot Vidhan Sabha constituency, which has been necessitated for the death of five-time MLA and former Transport Minister Ajit Singh Kohar, will take place on May 28. With the announcement of bye election, the Model Code of Conduct is enforced in Jalandhar district with immediate effect.As per the schedule

Khalistani traps jobless Punjabi immigrants in Canada
Khalistani traps jobless Punjabi immigrants in Canada

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): Khalistani and ISIS has been trapping Punjabi immigrants especially students in Canada. Former President of Indian Overseas Congress and President of Indus Canada Foundation, Vikram JS Bajwa revealed that thousands of students have been going to abroad, but there is no such record with the Government of India or Punjab. He said that

Last Sikh Queen's earrings fetch nearly 6 times auction estimate
Last Sikh Queen’s earrings fetch nearly 6 times auction estimate

LONDON: A pair of gold pendant earrings from the collection of last Sikh Queen of Punjab Maharani Jind Kaur fetched 175,000 pounds, nearly six times the guide price, at an auction here. The earrings, the highlight of the Islamic and Indian sale at Bonhams yesterday, were estimated to attract bids between 20,000 and 30,000 pounds.

British Sikh MP launches campaign for direct Amritsar-London flights
British Sikh MP launches campaign for direct Amritsar-London flights

LONDON: Britain’s first turbaned Sikh MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, along with two NGOs, has started a campaign for the launch of a direct flight between London and Amritsar, a long pending demand of the British-Punjabi diaspora. The Labour party MP for Slough joined hands with the UK-based NGO, Social Education Volunteer Association (SEVA) Trust and

Man from Punjab found dead in Japan, family demands probe

Ludhiana (Punjab): Man from Punjab found dead in Japan, family demands probe. The family of a man, who was found dead in a Japanese”>Japanese immigration detention centre on April 13, has suspected a foul play and demanded a probe. The deceased’s brother Sanjeev Kumar told ANI that his brother Deepak Kumar had gone to Japan

Rimple-Harpreet look forward to designing for Bollywood
Rimple-Harpreet look forward to designing for Bollywood

fter working on Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s blockbuster Padmaavat, designers Rimple and Harpreet Narula say they want to work more in Bollywood, but at present their focus is on their brand. ” Currently, we are focusing on the brand and our next collection. We have a few exciting projects coming up in the near future, Rimple told IANS.“However

Turban Day in Times Square gives Sikh faith respect that it deserves: Maloney
Turban Day in Times Square gives Sikh faith respect that it deserves: Maloney

New York – US Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney has commended the celebration of the Sikh culture through the annual Turban Day event at the iconic Times Square, saying such events give the Sikh faith and tradition the respect it deserves.’ Maloney had joined President of the American India Public Affairs Committee Jagdish Sehwani and Sikhs of New