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Blast in UK shop that killed Indian-origin family caused by petrol

Tuesday, 06/03/2018


London : An explosion in a Polish shop in Leicester that killed five people, including members of an Indian-origin family, was caused by petrol which was spread throughout the premises, a UK court was told on Monday.



'US man accused of killing Indian techie could plead guilty'

Tuesday, 06/03/2018

Washington : A US Navy veteran charged with killing an Indian techie and injuring two others in a racially motivated hate crime at a bar in Kansas City last year could enter into a plea deal, media reports have said..



For comforting fatally injured boy, UK Sikh wins bravery award

Tuesday, 06/03/2018

LONDON: An Indian-origin Birmingham man, who risked his life to help a fatally injured young boy in the last year’s Barcelona terror attack, has been selected for this year’s “Pride of Birmingham” award.



Indiana hails contribution of Sikhs in US

Thursday, 01/03/2018

Indianapolis : Both Houses of the US’ Indiana state legislature have unanimously passed resolutions praising the “significant contribution” of Sikh Americans in the country.



3 Punjab-origin men jailed in Singapore for sex with minor

Thursday, 22/02/2018

SINGAPORE: Three Indians have been jailed in Singapore for their involvement in consensual sexual acts with a 13-year-old girl in 2016, a media report said on today. Gill Gurjant Singh, 25, and Surjeet Singh, 29, were each sentenced to 15 months in prison for the crime, The Straits Times reported.



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Akalis ‘beat up’ Cong leader in Dharamkot

Saturday, 10/03/2018

Moga : Senior Congress leader and president of the Dharamkot Municipal Council Inderpreet Singh Bunty was allegedly beaten up by Youth Akali Dal leader Harpreet Singh, alias Ricky, and his aides at Dharamkot town today.



Will try to raise Johal issue with Modi: UK minister

Wednesday, 14/03/2018

LONDON: The Theresa May government on Tuesday said it will try to raise the issue of British national Jagtar Singh Johal – who is under arrest in Punjab since November 2017 – with Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he will visit London for the Commonwealth heads of government meeting in April.