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Khalsa Aid now reaches Dominica to help hurricane Maria victims

Three weeks since category 5 Hurricane Maria ripped through Dominica, the scope of the damage remains daunting, with islanders in dire need of water, electricity, food and supplies, the United Nations migration agency has reported as it continued to carry out an array of activities as part of the response. Volunteers of Khalsa Aid are

Matrimonial website helping AIDS patients in match-making

Ludhiana:By providing special space to AIDS patients, one of the prominent matrimonial website has different category column of AIDS patients which can connect them through their site. However, one of the city based NGO is also helping the AIDS patients in different ways. The prominent matrimonial site Shaddi.com has provided different column where AIDS patients

World University committed to cause of helping poor: V-C

Fatehgarh Sahib: SGPC run Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University, Fatehgarh Sahib on Friday distributed free blankets to the needy, in and around the city to mark Guru Nanak Dev Ji birth anniversary. Vice Chancellor of the University, Dr Gurmohan Singh Walia, who personally distributed blankets in the slums of Bassi-Pathana said that one of

Sikh hailed as hero for helping arrest terror suspect

New York: A Sikh man in the US is being hailed as a hero for helping the police capture an “armed and dangerous” Afghan-born American wanted for the weekend bombings in New York and New Jersey that injured 29 people. Harinder Bains, the owner of a bar in Linden found 28-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahami sleeping

How social media is helping prostitution thrive online

New York: With the spurt in social media platforms and the sale of sex shifting online, more and more pimps are avoiding detection by using underground websites, social media and mobile apps to sell sex, a first-of-its-kind study has revealed. They are even hiding their ads on mainstream websites such as Craigslist and Backpage. “We found

How social media is helping prostitution thrive online

New York: With the spurt in social media platforms and the sale of sex shifting online, more and more pimps are avoiding detection by using underground websites, social media and mobile apps to sell sex, a first-of-its-kind study has revealed. They are even hiding their ads on mainstream websites such as Craigslist and Backpage. “We