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Indo-Canadian MP denies sexual harassment charge

Thursday, 31/08/2017

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Toronto : An Indo-Canadian MP from the ruling Liberal Party, who has been accused of sexual harassment by a female staffer, has denied the charges levelled against him.

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UK Police hold Sikh man at gunpoint after misunderstanding

Monday, 28/08/2017

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London: A 47-year-old Sikh man and his son were held at gunpoint and handcuffed by the UK police in southern England after someone complained about hearing a gunshot - which was actually his car’s tyre blowing. Sukhi Rayat parked his car in his yard in Hitchin, Hertfordshire. Shortly after a dozen armed policemen with dogs ran into his garden, then pushed him against a wall and put him in handcuffs.

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Punjab­origin Canadian MP accused of sexual harassment

Monday, 14/08/2017

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TORONTO : A Canadian Member of Parliament, who is of Indian origin and belongs to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s ruling Liberal Party, has been hit with allegations of sexual harassment by a staffer.

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Sikhs in UK form 'The World Sikh Parliament'

Monday, 14/08/2017

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london: The Sikh volunteers from different countries have formed their organisation, "The World Sikh Parliament (WSP) in UK. It has been constituted in-line with the Sikh traditions.

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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.

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Punjab-origin director of pizza company disqualified in UK

Saturday, 12/08/2017

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LONDON : Balwinder Singh, the Indian-origin director of a Worcestershire-based pizza company, has been disqualified as a company director for diverting funds he had secured from loans to a partnership in which he had a personal interest, officials said.

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Punjab-origin transgender girl sues US school

Wednesday, 09/08/2017

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WASHINGTON: An eight-year-old Indian-origin transgender girl and her family have sued a US school for allegedly forcing her to wear a boy’s uniform and refusing to call her by her chosen name, media reports said.

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‘Sikhs one of the top targets of hate crimes in USA’

Tuesday, 08/08/2017

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Washington: Sikhs are one of the top targets of hate crimes and sectarian violence in US, the community leaders have said as they remembered victims of the 2012, mass shooting by a white supremacist that claimed the lives of six Sikhs at a gurdwara in the Wisconsin city.

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Former MP of Ludhiana Manish Tewari’s mother passes away

Monday, 15/01/2018

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Padam Shri Dr Amrit Tewari, the mother of senior Congress leader and former Ludhiana MP Manish Tewari, passed away late last night in Chandigarh. She was 80. She was not keeping well for sometime. Manish Tewari is an Indian politician, who was Union Minister of State (Independent charge), Minister of Information and Broadcasting and a Member of Parliament from Ludhiana. He is a lawyer by qualification and has practised in the Supreme Court of India as well as the Delhi High Court.

 

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UK cops issue leaflets in Punjabi to warn about babas, tantriks

Monday, 15/01/2018

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LONDON : Leaflets in Punjabi, Gujarati and English have been issued over the weekend by the police in the east Midlands city of Leicester, cautioning people against bogus faith healers who promise luck, lucre and love for money.