Elderly Sikh stabbed drinker with ceremonial kirpan dagger, court hears
A 60-year-old Sikh man stabbed a drinker in the street with his ceremonial sword, a court has heard.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Society must seek to understand Sikh community
If there is a land where you can dream of something and achieve it, it is the United States.
The massacre at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin shed light on the fact that most Americans don't know anything about the Sikh religion.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Indian Express
Indian Hindus barred from entering Nankana Sahib in Pak over visa issue
Over 150 Hindu pilgrims had arrived in Nankana on February 25 to attend the Shivratri festival at the Katasraj Mandir Indian Hindus including two women have been barred from entering the Gurdwara Nankana Sahib near here as they had no visa to enter the district, where the Sikh shrine is located.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Sikh groups demand deletion of Dal Khalsa chief patron Gajinder...
Amritsar, Mar. 2: A section of Sikh leaders have demanded that the government of India should delete the name of Gajinder Singh the chief pattern of "Dal Khalsa" from India's most wanted list.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
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British man admits at Vancouver immigration hearing he once led Babbar Khalsa
A British man facing deportation from Canada has admitted at an immigration hearing that he once led the banned Sikh separatist group Babbar Khalsa in England.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
The Winnipeg Free Press
Muslim hijab and Sikh kirpan help boost business for Montreal tour operator
Controversies involving religious symbols like the Muslim hijab and the Sikh kirpan have been good for business for Ivan Drouin, who runs a company that conducts guided tours of Montreal.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Sikh Fortress Turban exhibition opens at Cartwright Hall
The Earl of Harewood opened the Sikh Fortress Turban exhibition at Cartwright Hall.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Border agency seeks expulsion of alleged leader of British terror group
Border officials wants a British man they believe once led the banned Sikh terrorist group Babbar Khalsa in that country removed from Canada.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
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Operation Blue Star still rankles with Gravesham's Sikh community
GRAVESHAM councillor Brian Sangha is like thousands of Sikhs who have made Gravesham their home since they first began to arrive on these shores 160 years ago.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Taliban likens Afghans jihad against US forces to Soviets 25 yrs back - Indiatalkies.com
Islamabad, Feb. 16: The Taliban has called on Afghans to drive American forces out of their country, just like the USSR was defeated 25 years ago.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Gravesham MP promotes UK-India ties at Gravesend Gurdwara gathering
GRAVESHAM's MP hosted a special event promoting ties between the UK and India at the Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Axe attack Sikh leader denies abuse
A Sikh religious leader has told a court that claims he sexually abused a man who attacked him with an axe are "totally absurd".
The Indian Express
Sikh charity leads flood rescue efforts in UK
The Slough-based charity has provided relief efforts during disasters to countries like the Philippines, Haiti, Kosovo among a few.
Sun Feb 09, 2014
Memorial for ski tragedy teenager
Hundreds of people turned out at a memorial service for a teenage girl who died after falling from a ski lift during a school trip to the Italian Alps.
An Epitome of Inter-Faith - An Apt Message for the Modern Generation
To call it only a book would be undermining the effort and wisdom that has gone into its publication.
Sat Feb 08, 2014
Disaster Charity Khalsa Aid Helps Flood Victims
A charity that usually helps out in foreign disaster zones has come to the aid of flood-hit residents in Somerset.
Thu Feb 06, 2014
India denies UK role in Operation Bluestar, says only army involved
New Delhi, Feb.6 : India has rubbished and rejected reports that the British Government played a cladestine role during Operation Bluestar to flush out Sikh militants from the Golden Temple premises in Amritsar in June 1984.