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Gas station owned by Sikh vandalised with racial slurs

Thursday, 08/02/2018

Sikh gas station vandalised: A gas station owned by a Sikh in the US state of Kentucky has been vandalised by a masked man with racist slurs and vulgar phrases, according to media reports. The station in Greenup County was hit by vandals last weeks, sending shock waves among community members.



UK Police arrest 6 men for murder of Indian-origin jeweller

Thursday, 01/02/2018

London : The British Police on Wednesday made a sixth arrest in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Indian- origin jeweller Ramniklal Jogiya, who was found dead in Leicester last week.



London to build memorial to Sikh soldiers

Thursday, 01/02/2018

LONDON: The Theresa May government on Tuesday approved building a memorial in London to honour the sacrifices and contribution of Sikh servicemen who fought in the two world wars for Britain and its allies.



Sikh soldiers to get new war memorial in London

Thursday, 01/02/2018

Sikh soldiers to get new war memorial in London. The UK government has agreed to support and fund a national memorial to honour the sacrifices and contribution of Sikh soldiers who fought for Britain and its allies during the two World Wars. More than 83,000 turbaned Sikh soldiers gave their lives and more than 100,000 were injured during the wars.



UK Sikh teen plotted to join ISIS in Syria

Friday, 26/01/2018

London : An 18-year-old British-Sikh girl, who converted to Islam as a teenager, tried to trick her schoolteacher into counter-signing photographs for a passport application to be able to travel to Syria and join the Islamic State terror network, a court has been told.



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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.