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Sikh, Hindu victims of Afghan attack honoured in Washington

Sikh, Hindu victims of Afghan attack honoured in Washington. Condemning the terrorist attack on Sikhs and Hindus that killed 18, US Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has called for confronting “hatred with love, fear with understanding, and darkness with light”. Speaking at a memorial meeting for the victims on Sunday, Gabbard, who is the first Hindu elected

UK has no plans to ban pro-Khalistan demonstration in London

UK has no plans to ban pro-Khalistan demonstration in London

London – The UK government has no plans to ban a demonstration planned by a pro-Khalistan group here as long as it is “within the law” and remains non-violent, a senior government official said today. The statement came after the Indian authorities had issued a demarche to the British government to take steps against a

25 Sikh families from Afghanistan seek Indian citizenship

25 Sikh families from Afghanistan seek Indian citizenship

AFGHANISTAN/PUNJAB: As many as 25 Sikh families from Afghanistan have urged the Congress-led Punjab government to provide them Indian citizenship and give houses to stay as they are unable to fulfill their daily requirements. Currently residing in Ludhiana, these families apparently came back to India from Kabul in Afghanistan a few years ago after they

Majithia, Sirsa take up issue of forceful conversion of Sikh girl with J&K DGP

Majithia, Sirsa take up issue of forceful conversion of Sikh girl with J&K DGP

Chandigarh – Former Punjab Minister Bikram Singh Majithia and the Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) General Secretary Manjinder Singh Sirsa on Saturday took serious notice of the incident occurred at Tral in Jammu and Kashmir where a sikh girl was pressurized to convert into Islam and was seriously injured in attack by Islamic fundamentalists

SGPC to provide free treatment to drug addicts

SGPC to provide free treatment to drug addicts

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): Amid the notorious wave of drug menace in the Punjab, the SGPC has decided to provide free treatment to the drug addicts across the state. In the meeting of Dharma Parchar Committee under the leadership of SGPC President Jathedar Gobind Singh Longowal, it was also decided to start state-wide campaign to aware the

Afghan Sikhs torn over option of relocating to India

Afghan Sikhs torn over option of relocating to India

NEW DELHI: A section of the Sikh community in Afghanistan is considering relocating to India after at least 13 of its members were killed in a terrorist attack in Jalalabad on Sunday, but another section wants to stay put, said people aware of the matter. Some members of the community sought shelter at the Indian

Sikh girl attacked in Kashmir: BJP

Sikh girl attacked in Kashmir: BJP

Jammu (PTI) – The BJP today claimed that a young girl, belonging to the minority Sikh community, was attacked by two masked men riding a motorcycle at the Tral bus stand in Kashmir, and appealed to Governor N N Vohra to ensure that the miscreants were apprehended immediately and punished severely. A BJP spokesperson said

Afghan Sikhs, Hindus grieve after suicide attack

Afghan Sikhs, Hindus grieve after suicide attack

JALALABAD: Grief mixed with anger among Afghanistan’s minority Sikh and Hindu community today as they prepared for funerals of loved ones, including an election candidate, killed in a suicide attack. At least 19 people were killed and 21 wounded when a suicide bomber blew himself up in a crowd of Afghan Sikhs and Hindus waiting

Sikh community enjoys complete rights in Pakistan: Minister

Sikh community enjoys complete rights in Pakistan: Minister

LAHORE: Caretaker Punjab Minister for Minority Affairs Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq and Federal Secretary for Religious Affairs Khalid Masood Chaudhry have said all minorities enjoy equal right in Pakistan. Addressing a ceremony, held in connection with anniversary of Sikh ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh at Gurdwara Dera Sahib, here on Friday, they said that the Sikh community

Pakistani news channel hires first male Sikh news anchor

Pakistani news channel hires first male Sikh news anchor. Recently, in Pakistan for the first time two Pakistani TV Stations hired a female Sikh anchor and a transgender anchor and now another TV channel is making headlines after hiring a male Sikh as its newscaster. According to sources, a private News Channel named Public News

Row over shifting of Guru Granth Sahib in NZ, dishonour to turban in UK

Row over shifting of Guru Granth Sahib in NZ, dishonour to turban in UK. Forcible shifting of saroop of Guru Granth Sahib from a New Zealand gurdwara and tossing of the turban of a Sikh preacher Bhai Amrik Singh Chandigarh in UK has evoked s sharp reaction from Sikh leadership and intellectuals.Condemning the act, former

Sikh law student dragged out of UK bar for wearing turban

Sikh law student dragged out of UK bar for wearing turban. A Sikh law student in the United Kingdom (UK) felt “victimised” after he was dragged out of a bar because he was wearing a turban, media reports said. Amrik Singh, 22, claimed that he was ordered to leave Rush Late Bar in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire,

Forced conversion

Forced conversion of Sikh community to Islam, Pak Ministry denies

Pakistan Foreign Ministry gives statement over the issue of forced conversion of Sikh community to Islam. However Pak ministry denied such news and says wrong information is being spread. As well as, investigation orders already issued  officially after getting the issue in notice. Senior officials are in touch with Sikh Community says Pakistan Foreign Ministry.The

Punjab police arrests another Sikh youth

Punjab police arrests another Sikh youth from Jammu

Punjab police arrests another Sikh youth: The Punjab police on December 1 arrested a Sikh youth from Jammu after obtaining arrest warrants from the Magistrate in an FIR No. 193/16 registered in the Police station of Baghapurana. The Punjab police raided the house of Jagjit Singh in Jammu and arrested him. When the police raided the

Sikhs truckers seek delay

Sikhs truckers seek delay in installation of ELD

Washington, Nov 14, Sikhs truckers seek delay in installation of ELD : An Indian-American delegation representing the truckers’ industry, dominated by the Sikh- Americans, has urged the Trump administration to delay by one year the mandatory installation of an expensive logging device in trucks. The new regulation, to be effective from December 18, will require

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Sikh teen thrashed in US by classmates

Sikh teen thrashed in US by

Kashmiriyat revived by this gesture

Kashmiriyat revived by this

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Sikh authorities tussle spoils Bandi Chhor Diwas

Sikh authorities tussle spoils Bandi Chhor Diwas

Amritsar: Sikh authorities tussle spoils Bandi Chhor Diwas. Sikhísm has always followed great traditions where the whole Sikh community gets together on the special Sikh occasions. But nowadays, the Sikh circles remain divided even on these occasions also. This year’s ’Bandi Chhor diwas’ witnessed such activities.According to the information, Jathedar Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee Giani

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