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Santa Rosa man arrested in father's slaying

A 33-year-old Santa Rosa man has been arrested on suspicion of killing his father, who police say was strangled and hit in the head with a sledgehammer. Santa Rosa police Sgt.

Curfew imposed in Peshawar outskirts

In the wake of military operation, security forces have imposed curfew in Bara Sheikhan, an area in the outskirt of Peshawar, while heavy contingents of police have been deployed to restrict the movement of militants from Khyber Agency. Most of the schools remained closed due to the curfew, however, it was relaxed at day time on Sunday to get daily edibles from bazaars.

Sikh massacre in India is issue in California race

Anger stemming from a 30-year-old religious clash in India that left thousands dead has crept into one of the closest and most expensive congressional races in the country. Some Sikh political activists and the California Republican Party are campaigning against Democratic Rep. Ami Bera, saying he refuses to acknowledge the alleged involvement of the Indian government in the anti-Sikh rioting in 1984.

Remembering sacrifice of Sikh and Muslim soldiers

Marking the role of soldiers from Africa, the Caribbean and the Indian Subcontinent who fought in the First World War, from left, Chaka Artwell of the Oxford Inventory of the African Mind, holds a Khanda - the symbol of Sikhism - at the Oxford Sikh c SIKH and Muslim families are needed to help keep alive the memory of forgotten soldiers who died fighting in Britain's wars. The Oxford Inventory of the African Mind are set to host their Remembrance and Celebration event on Sunday to commemorate lost soldiers from Africa, the Caribbean and the Indian Subcontinent who fought in the First World War.

Sikh-American women on love and life

Meeta Kaur, right, is photographed with fellow Sikh women Prabhjot Ahluwalia, left, of Danville, and Sangeeta Luthra, of Los Altos, at Kaur's house in Union City, Calif., on Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014. A writer and Canadian-born daughter of immigrant Sikh doctors, Kaur, of Union City, was determined to be the community Auntie on a continual global adventure.

Toronto Sikh Film Festival returns

The Sikh International Film Festival Toronto returns for its second year with an expanded lineup of documentaries, shorts and feature films that celebrate the diversity of Sikh stories and storytellers. The two-day festival, taking place October 25 and 26 at the Art Gallery of Ontario, showcases nearly 30 Canadian and international titles that explore all aspects of the Sikh experience, from the very origins of the faith to the social and cultural concerns of the present day.

Outdated racial theory misses the mark on India

The recent Congress blog post in The Hill , "India's Problems will not be Solved with Money and Weapons ," by Rajdeep Singh , uses the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the U.S. to question the foundation of the U.S. - India partnership. Rather than focusing on legitimate aspects of the bilateral relationship, however, Singh conflates several unrelated issues and events in India to assert an overarching and offensive racial and cultural theory about Indians as a whole.

Sikh Filmfest To Open With Nanak Shah Fakir

Toronto- The Sikh International Film Festival Toronto returns for its second year with an expanded lineup of documentaries, shorts and feature films that celebrate the diversity of Sikh stories and storytellers. The two-day festival, taking place October 25 and 26 at the Art Gallery of Ontario, showcases nearly 30 Canadian and international titles that explore all aspects of the Sikh experience, from the very origins of the faith to the social and cultural concerns of the present day.

Real Alabama Weddings: Love and Sikhs create joyful, gorgeous, sacred ceremonies in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - The evening when Dr. Ravinder Singh Gogia, a dermatological surgeon, asked Sunaina Kaur Mehta, who grew up in Huntsville, Ala., to marry him, the setting could not have been more romantic - or more apt for their shared histories as first-generation Americans. Mehta remembers that they were overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge, that great Western gate to the United States.

Charity ball to mark end of Somerset Levels dredging

A CHARITY ball will celebrate the end of the 8km dredge along the Rivers Parrett, Sowey and Tone in response to last winter's devastating floods. The Flooding on the Levels Action Group and people affected by the flooding are hosting the event at the County Ground , Taunton , on Friday, October 31. The evening will include a fundraising auction, raffle and fun casino, with money going to KHALSA Aid, a Sikh charity based on selfless service and universal love, which supported FLAG during the crisis; Water Aid, which provides water purification globally; and Much Thorn Floodwings, which aims to ensure the people of Muchelney are not cut off by flooding again.

In historic homeland, Pakistan's Sikhs live under constant threat

Every time someone walks into his pharmacy in the volatile Pakistani city of Peshawar, Amarjeet Singh prepares for the worst. "I don't know if it's a customer or an assailant who will reach out for his gun," Amarjeet, a member of Pakistan's tiny Sikh minority, told Reuters.

Komagata Maru story being told across Canada - Exhibit travels to...

Komagata Maru story being told across Canada - Exhibit travels to Western Canada to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the tragic incident will soon be able to experience "Lions of the Sea," a powerful and visually-engaging exhibit commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Komagata Maru incident, announced through the Inter-Action program to create this exhibit. The national exhibition, with original artifacts made available by the SHMC, tells the story of the Komagata Maru and explores contributions of Sikh immigrants to harbour in 1914 carrying 376 passengers of Indian descent, most of whom were not allowed to land.

Celebrate Diversity fest held in Norwich Marina

Sounds, smells and tastes from around the globe came to the Norwich Marina Sept. 23, as the Norwich Rotary Club's annual Celebrate Diversity festival at Howard Brown Park brought together a smorgasbord of food and entertainment from the local melting pot.

Sleek and stylish, the Sikh way

The Singh Project, a striking new photo exhibition featuring 35 highly original images, showcases the beauty and diversity of the two most ubiquitous symbols of Sikhism - the beard and turban. Long and wispy, short and trimmed, stylised or subdued, plain or decorated, colourful or muted, each beard and turban are as different and unique as each of their owners.

Norwich Rotary hosts celebration of diversity

Manprit Sidhu, left, and her parents, Sadhu Singh, center, and Harbans Kaur, right, of Somers provide information about the Sikh religion Tuesday at their booth during the Celebrate Diversity event hosted by Norwich Rotary at Howard T. Brown Park in Norwich. Montville businessman John Wong has been a fixture in southeastern Connecticut for five decades, helping new Chinese immigrants become acclimated, find jobs and homes, and receive health care and services So when Norwich Rotary created the annual Diversity Award a year ago, naming it for inaugural recipient Lottie Scott of Norwich, no one was surprised that Wong would be the group's second recipient.

Indore BJP Mla accused of hurting Sikh sentiments

A complaint has been filed in a local court against Usha Thakur, BJP MLA from Indore in Madhya Pradesh, for allegedly hurting the religious sentiments of Sikhs by wearing a kirpan without being a baptised Sikh. The complaint has been filed by Sikh preacher Baba Hardip Singh, head of Ek Noor Khalsa Fauj, Sardulgarh, in Mansa district, and Baljinder Singh and Surinder Singh from Nathana, near here.

The turban makes a comeback

Initially, turbans were seen as a sign of royalty, nobility and class. After 9/11, however, the turban came to represent anything but.

 

 

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