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Investigators say in a court filing they started the John Doe because Walker's Milwaukee County office was "uncooperative and obstructed" probe into theft of veterans money. Members of the Oak Creek and Sihk community gather in the parking lot of the Wisconsin Sihk Temple in August, 2014, to remember the murders of temple members.

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Manbir Kaur, 15, has become the first girl from the minority Sikh community to top the matriculation exam in Pakistan. The daughter of Giani Prem Singh, the head granthi at Gurdwara Sri Nankana Sahib, Manbir scored 1023 marks out of 1100 to emerge topper.

Sikhs Mark Anniversary Of Temple Shooting With Community Service

This Wednesday, Aug. 5, will mark three years since a shooting at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, claimed the lives of six worshippers. It was one of the deadliest mass killings at a house of worship, and the most recent one until the June 17 church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina.

Gurdaspur shootinga Who is Responsible? Dr Iqtidar Karamat Cheema

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Blog: 27/7 attack underscores need for NCTC

The terrorist attack at the police station in Dinanagar in Gurdaspur district that resulted in the death of seven people including the S P is a grim reminder of the urgent need for gearing up our mechanism for countering such attacks. Unfortunately soon after the incident, its politicization began as the members of Parliament from ruling party and opposition began to indulge in blame game.

Naipaul And The Sikhs Of Argentina

As we approached Salta, several people told us about a small community of Sikhs settled in Jujuy , a small town further north, up in the mountains on the way to the Bolivian border. The name most often mentioned was that of one Juan Singh.

Punjab terror strike revives memories of violence in Kashmir

Srinagar, July 27 - The terror strike in Punjab's Gurdaspur area on Monday has revived memories of similar strikes in Jammu and Kashmir, besides sending shock waves on whether Sikh terrorism is again on its revival. The fact that terrorists managed to carry out such a deadly attack near the international border and in close proximity of the violence-affected Jammu and Kashmir has thrown up challenges for the security and intelligence agencies.

SGPC condemns 'harassment' of baptised Sikh students during AIPMT re-examination

Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee president Avtar Singh Makkar has described as "unfortunate" the reports of baptised Sikh students were not being allowed entry into examination centres of All India Pre-Medical Test on Saturday. In a statement issued here on Sunday, Makkar described the reports as "disturbing" and "against the principles of secularism" that the country adheres to.

Surat Singh Khalsa and continued struggle for Sikh political prisoners, Dr Iqtidar Karamat Cheema

The substance of the right of self-determination has taken shape in the U.N. Charter, as well as various other general and regional instruments has defined and recognized this right and freedom as a part of international law. In India, various oppressed ethnic and religious minority groups who struggled against their exploitation, for a more unprejudiced and egalitarian society have been arrested, imprisoned and denied political prisoners' rights in the Indian jails.

Identity angst after strict test

New Delhi, July 25: The talking point after today's national medical entrance test was not how difficult or easy the science questions were but whether it undermined symbols of identity. The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee has threatened to take legal action after it complained that a school in Jaipur had asked a candidate from the community to remove his kirpan and kada because of the stringent dress code for the exam.

No exception for nun, Sikhs at pre-medical test

A girl puts on her hijab after taking the test in Kozhikode on Saturday, while another wears her earrings. Sister Seba in Thiruvananthapuram.

SC order fine print may dash hardliners' hopes

The fine print of the fresh Supreme Court ruling on premature release of prisoners is likely to dash hopes of Sikh hardliners who are pressing for the release of 65 jailed militants.Not more than two cases may fall within th e ambit of the apex court ruling. The development is likely to aggravate the standoff between the Punjab government and the radicals.

Indian American activist Surat Singh Khalsa being force feed by authorities

On Wednesday, the Indian Express reported, that Punjab authorities have decided to force feed Indian-American activist Surat Singh Khalsa, 82, who has been on hunger strike for over 191 days. Hindustan Times reported on Thursday that Sarvinder Kaur, Khalsa's daughter, claims that authorities tried force-feeding her father in his sleep on Wednesday morning.

'Sikh kitchens turning new food banks in Britain'

The homeless in Britain are turning to Sikh community kitchens at gurdwaras for hot meals as the demand for food banks rises, a media report said. Nearly, 5,000 meals are being served to non-Sikhs each week by Britain's 250 gurdwaras and efforts are being made to take "langar" out of gurdwaras to fulfill its core objective of serving the whole community, according to Britain-based The Conversation website.

Akalis did right in defusing situation in Punjab,says KPS Gill

Punjab's former DGP KPS Gill on Wednesday said the Punjab government should have zero tolerance towards those who supported terrorists and their cause. In a free-wheeling interview to assistant editor Chitleen K Sethi, the former top cop said the Akalis had done the right thing in defusing the situation developing in the state due to the continuing "fast" by Sikh activist Surat Singh Khalsa.

Why this fasting octogenarian may be a rebel without a cause

Since January 16 this year, 82-year-old social activist Surat Singh Khalsa has been on hungerstrike in Ludhiana, demanding that the Punjab government grant premature release - or PMR - to 82 prisoners who he claims have "completed their sentences". Police moved Khalsa from his home in Ludhiana's Hasanpur village to hospital this week, even as the activist - called 'Bapu' by supporters - intensified his agitation, claiming he had now given up even water.

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