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Punjab-born man detained in US after losing deportation appeal

Wednesday, 10/05/2017

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GURMUKH, A TAXI DRIVER, HAD SNEAKED INTO THE US WITHOUT A VISA THROUGH THE BORDER WITH MEXICO IN 1998

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UK to help Punjab fight drug problem

Wednesday, 10/05/2017

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CHANDIGARH : With the Captain Amarinder Singh government launching a drive against drug menace, the UK on Tuesday offered technical assistance to the state in enforcement of drug-control measures.

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Sikh man in US for two decades detained, fears deportation

Wednesday, 10/05/2017

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New York: A Sikh man, who had sought asylum in the US citing religious persecution in India nearly two decades ago, has been detained by immigration authorities in California after losing his latest appeal over a deportation order. Gurmukh Singh, a 46-year-old taxi driver from Punjab who sneaked into the US without a visa through the border with Mexico in 1998, was taken into custody on Monday after failing to get a stay in his deportation case, amid a clampdown by the Trump administration against undocumented immigrants.

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UK offers technical assistance to fight Punjab drug menace

Wednesday, 10/05/2017

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Chandigarh : With the Punjab government launching a drive against the drug menace, the UK on Tuesday offered technical assistance to the state in the enforcement of drug control measures.

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3 Indian-origin scientists elected Fellows of UK Royal Society

Sunday, 07/05/2017

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London: Three Indian-origin scientists have been elected fellows of the Royal Society, Britain’s independent fellowship of many of the world’s most eminent scientists, for their ‘outstanding contributions to science’..

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Sikhs hail Trump’s executive order on religious liberty

Sunday, 07/05/2017

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Washington: US President Donald Trump’s executive order on religious liberty reflects his commitment to protecting religious freedom of all Americans, a prominent member of the Sikh American community in the US has said.

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Punjabi is fastest growing language in Oz, says envoy

Saturday, 06/05/2017

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PATIALA: Punjabi is the fastest growing language in the Australia, thanks primarily to the fact that Punjabis form a large chunk of Indian skilled migrants and students who live Down Under.

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Sajjan cartoon sparks outrage among Sikhs

Saturday, 06/05/2017

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Toronto: A cartoon carried by Canadian publications showing under fire Indian-origin Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan stewing in a cauldron has sparked outrage among the Sikh community members who say it resembles images of Sikh religious figures who were tortured.

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Cong stages protest in Bathinda

Saturday, 12/08/2017

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Bathinda: The Congress leaders and workers of Bathinda urban on Friday stage a protest at Paras Ram Nagar Chowk against the former SAD-BJP government for issuing cards to wrong and fake beneficiaries under Atta Dal Scheme. The SAD-BJP not only siphoned off funds from the government coffers and did not let the poor have their right.

 

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CM to open Partition Museum on Aug 17

Monday, 14/08/2017

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Amritsar : Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh will inaugurate the Partition Museum here on August 17. The move has sparked a row as the then Deputy CM Sukhbir Singh Badal had inaugurated a partially complete museum in October last year.