Senior Punjabi Journalist Jatinder Pannu honoured in US

CALIFORNIA: Jatinder Pannu, one of the most senior journalists and a TV personality in Punjab, who is on a US tour was honoured here by Punjabi community at a special gathering here.

Hindu Temple will be major attraction in Midwest: KP Singh

INDIANAPOLIS: A leading American Sikh personality KP Singh of Indianapolis has described the Hindu Temple of Central Indiana, which is now under massive expansion, as a "major attraction" in Midwest and the news may be of interest to the Indian Diaspora audiences worldwide.

Hindu temple to open in Canada’s Windsor in November

NEVADA(USA): A new Hindu Temple and Cultural Centre of Windsor (Ontario, Canada) is reportedly expected to open its doors in November next. construction of this Windsor’s first Hindu temple with an attached cultural center will cover about 13,000 square feet on a four acres plot in East Windsor and will begin next month, reports suggest.

Indian IT consultant Prabha Arun killed in Australia

CANBERRA: An Indian woman IT consultant, employed with Bengaluru-based tech firm MindTree, was stabbed to death while she was walking home from work in the Australian city of Sydney, police said on Sunday.

Religious leaders seek Idaho Senator’s apology who termed Hindu faith & gods “false”

NEVADA(USA); In a remarkable interfaith gesture; various Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish, Native American spiritualist, etc., leaders have urged public apology from Idaho Senator from Cottonwood, Sheryl L. "Sherry" Nuxoll, who reportedly said on March three: "Hindu is a false faith with false gods".

Sikh Diaspora condemned the racial abuse against a Sikh child in US

AMRITSAR: Sikh Diaspora today condemned the racial bullying of a Sikh boy in a school bus in United States of America and said more efforts were required to create awareness about the Sikh identity in US. The video of a young Sikh boy in the U.S. been racially abused by a group of school children that has gone viral on the net.

UKIP names Sikh shopkeeper Sergi Singh as candidate for British polls

LONDON: A Sikh man has been unveiled as the UK Independence Party's (UKIP) candidate for Hull North in the British county of Yorkshire in the upcoming general election, media reported Monday.

Indo-Canadian arrested for death of Indian student in Canada

TORONTO: Police in Canada have arrested an Indo-Canadian man on charges of manslaughter in connection with the death of a 19-year-old Indian student, Harmanjit Singh.Dashminder Deol, 37, has been arrested and charged with manslaughter and offering an indignity to human remains, Canadian CBC reported Thursday.

NAPA slam Punjab police for thraetening NRI families

JALANDHAR: North American Punjabi Association (NAPA) took a serious note of threats to NRI families of Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa who is on hunger strike unto death and is demanding the release of Sikh Prisoners who have already completed their Sentence in different jails throughout the country.


27 Indians stranded in Iraq return home

NEW DELHI: 27 Indians, who had been stranded in Iraq's Basra city, returned to India on Sunday.Earlier on Saturday, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who recently met the family members of Indians held in captivity in Iraq, said the government is trying its best to trace the victims.

Hindu temple in US vandalized in Washington State on eve of Shivratri

NEW YORK:In the latest attack targeting Hindu places of worship, a temple in the US was vandalized on the eve of the celebration of Maha Shivaratri, triggering strong reaction and protests in India.Members of the Hindu Temple Cultural Center in Bothell, 36 km from Seattle, in Washington state were shocked to find a red swastika spray-painted on the temple wall along with the words "Get Out" scrawled in large letters on Sunday.

NAPA seek intervention of President Obama for release of Sikh Prisoner

WASHINGTON: US Based North American Punjabi Association (NAPA) expressed its solidarity and support to one of its Director Mr Surat Singh Khalsa who is on hunger strike unto death in Ludhiana in Punjab State of India to demand the release of Sikh prisoners from different Jails of the country who had already completed their sentence under the rule of the land.

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