NRI News

UK hotelier murder case: Accused sent to seven-day police remand

Monday, 01/06/2015

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JALANDHAR: A local court on Sunday sent Sukhdev Singh, a co-accused in the murder case of UK-based NRI hotelier Ranjit Singh Power (55), to seven-day police remand.

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Sikhs to strengthen UK army - British seems to recreate the old camaraderie with brave Sikhs

Monday, 01/06/2015

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The United Kingdom is examining a proposal to raise a Sikh regiment in the British Army. It is understood that the proposal is likely to get a nod as the reaction of the British Army as well as the community of Sikhs in Britain are favourable to this move. The Sikhs are a significant minority in the UK and have cut a palpable niche for themselves in the political circles.

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UK hotelier was murdered, but body still to be traced

Sunday, 31/05/2015

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JALANDHAR: After 12 days of groping in the dark, the commissionerate police have confirmed that UK-based NRI hotelier Ranjit Singh Power (55) was murdered and his body thrown into the Bhakra canal allegedly by his friend-cum-business partner and the latter’s nephew.

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Indian American kids sweep Spelling Bee contest

Sunday, 31/05/2015

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Washington: Indian American kids maintained their complete dominance in the annual Scripps National Spelling Bee contest by winning the prestigious competition for the eight year in a row.

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Police confirm NRI hotelier’s murder, deny recovering body

Sunday, 31/05/2015

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Chandigarh : Confirming that the British hotelier of Indian origin Ranjit Singh Power has been murdered, Punjab Police on Saturday said that his body was yet to be recovered, rejecting initial reports that a body found in a forest at Anandpur Sahib in Ropar district was of the NRI.

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2 Punjab-origin doctors to pay `23 cr for US healthcare fraud

Saturday, 30/05/2015

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NEW YORK: Two Indian-American doctors and their cardiology firm have agreed to pay more than $3.6 million (`23 crore) million to resolve allegations that its facilities falsely billed federal healthcare programmes for tests that were not medically necessary.

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US hotelier pledges $1 million for Delhi Sikh study centre

Friday, 29/05/2015

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NEW DELHI/NEW YORK: US-based Indian-American hotel magnate Sant Singh Chatwal has pledged to donate $1 million (around `6.4 crore) to help set up a $5-million (`32 crore) Sikh Centre for International Studies at the Gurdwara Rakabganj in New Delhi.

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British Sikh teenager teaches bully a lesson

Friday, 29/05/2015

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LONDON: A video of a Sikh teenager seemingly teaching a schoolboy bully a lesson at a British school has gone viral on the internet.

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Punjab Politics News

Punjab General News

Against rules, YAD holds drive in school

Friday, 03/07/2015

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Muktsar : Violating the rules, the Youth Akali Dal (YAD) is holding its membership drive in government schools. One such membership camp was held in two classrooms of the Government Primary School at Fattanwala village, near here, today. The students were forced to sit outside. The membership camp that started around 10 am lasted till late in the evening.

 

NRI NEWS

Bobby Jindal falls in line on same-sex marriage

Friday, 03/07/2015

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Washington : One week after the US Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples can marry nationwide and states cannot ban such marriages, Louisiana's Indian-American governor Bobby Jindal has finally fallen in line.