Raju was held in chains for more than 50 years after being poached in India
The animal bled from spiked shackles and lived on hand-outs from tourists
Team from North London charity Wildlife SOS travelled to India to free animal
Raju cried tears of joy after being freed from suffering on American...
Afghanistan's Sikhs face an uncertain future
The religious minority faces discrimination, lack of political power, and obstacles to cremating their dead.
By: Ali M Latifi
Kabul, Afghanistan - Awtar Singh Khalsa still remembers the sounds of stones and insults being hurled at the...
From Prachi Gupta and the 'Angry Asian Man' blog
Hari Kondabolu teams up with Sikh Captain America
Is New York ready for a Captain America who rocks a turban?
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Our Resolve in the Face of Terror and Hate:
by Dr. Satpal Singh, WSC-AR
A Sikh Professor at Columbia University in New York City, Dr. Prabhjot Singh, was attacked Saturday...
After Gujarat, Sikh farmers in Haryana face eviction threat
After Gujarat, Sikh farmers in Haryana are now facing eviction threat. The Congress party, which raised a hue and cry against the Narendra Modi government's decision to evict Sikh farmers from Kutch, is now on the...
Sikh Girls in Afghanistan Face Difficulty in Finding Mr. Right
Facing difficulty in finding suitable match for their daughters, Indian-origin Sikhs in...
Raise Sikh youth unemployment issue in Parliament: Congress leader to PM
Updated: Monday, July 29, 2013, 21:35
Delhi: Expressing concern over a survey that puts Sikh youths among the most unemployed in the country, a Congress leader has asked Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to raise the...
NEW DELHI: Unemployment was highest among Sikhs living in cities and towns during 2009-10 while the rate of joblessness showed a downward trend for Muslims in both urban and rural areas, a government survey released this month has revealed.
Muslims had the lowest per capita spending...
Former president of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee could face religious action
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The changing face of Canadian diversity
Watch for these five trends to become more present in our thoughts and discussions on how our country should go forward with immigration
By Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun - January 7, 2012
The common wisdom, from Italy to the United States, is that...
Eight village councillors face execution over 'honour' killings
More than two dozen others jailed for life for part in 1991 murder of the three children
By Dean Nelson, Daily Telegraph - November 18, 2011 4:09
Eight village councillors have been sentenced to death for the murders of a...
July 28, 2011
16 Indians face deportation from UK
PTI | Jul 28, 2011, 06.22PM IST
LONDON: Forty-one Asians, including 16 Indian nationals, have been arrested in raids by Britain's immigration officials for working illegally in the country, official sources here said.
The 16 Indian...
BY DAVID WHITING
Regardless what you think of turbans, you've got to admire the Chadha family.
Father and son wear turbans everywhere. And Mom, though at time fearful for their safety, supports them.
It's not that the Chadhas want to antagonize anyone in our post 9/11 world. Far from...
July 5, 2011
Muslims in Australia face jail over veils
By Jonathan Pearlman, The Daily Telegraph July 5, 2011 2:02 PM
Muslim women who refuse to remove their veils for police will face jail
under new laws in Australia's largest state.
Photograph by: Mohammed Abed, AFP/Getty Images...
The previous year was a bad one for Pakistan's minority communities including Muslims of various sects, Sikhs and Hindus due to threat to their lives by militants, according to a new report which suggested even worse times ahead.
The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan's report said 418 Muslims...
April 5, 2011
Badals face threat to life, says Intelligence Bureau
Tribune News Service
New Delhi, April 5
Within eight months of the Intelligence Bureau (IB) warning about attempts to “revive” Sikh militancy in Punjab, the central snooping agency has now warned that...
Parenting’s Happy Face Just a Put-on: A Study
A study published in the journal Psychological Science suggests parents play up the joys of child-rearing in order to cope with the financial downsides of being mom and dad
Sarah Boesveld and Derek Abma, National Post, Postmedia News · Thursday...
Published: Friday, Jan 28, 2011, 2:20 IST | Updated: Friday, Jan 28, 2011, 2:20 IST
By Pankaj Sharma | Place: New Delhi | Agency: DNA
More trouble is brewing for Union urban development minister Kamal Nath as the victims of 1984 anti-Sikh riots have urged United States government to deny...