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Head of UK’s Foreign Office Apologises to Sikhs for major gaffe during visit to Sikh homeland

Simon McDonald, the top civil servant in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has been forced to apologise for calling the Darbar Sahib/Harmandir Sahib, as a "Golden Mosque" during a visit to Amritsar.

Surrey’s Khalsa Day Prade Attracts 500K Sikhs from Around the World [PICTORIAL]

Surrey, BC: Surrey’s Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan broke attendance records Saturday, drawing a gathering of almost 500,000 people, including visitors from all over the world. “Beginning ...

Indian Flag Ripped During London Protest; Sikh Federation UK Says No Need to Over-React

Indian tricolour flag was ripped off at Parliament Square in London during protest against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's presence in London for Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM).

City Of Brampton Celebrates Sikh Heritage Month: NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh To Give Keynote Speech

On Thursday, April 26th from 6pm-8pm, the City of Brampton will host its official Sikh Heritage Month reception, with NDP Federal Leader Jagmeet Singh confirmed as the keynote speaker.

Protests and Rallies Set to Greet Indian PM Narendra Modi in London

Protests and support rallies are set to be held today and later in the week, as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarks on his second bilateral visit to the Britain in three years, ahead of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM).

Modi’s visit: UK Should Demand Torture Investigation for Jagtar Singh Jaggi, REDRESS

The UK government should seize the opportunity of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the United Kindgom to demand an immediate investigation into allegations that Indian police officers tortured British national Jagtar Singh Johal, REDRESS said in a written statement.

Sikh Council UK Expresses Disappointment Over No Progress on Sikh Issues; Writes Open Letter to Nareandra Modi

Sikh Council UK, a UK based Sikh group, has wrote an open letter to India Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of his visit to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting taking place in the United Kingdom this week.

“We Greet Modi With A Black Flag,” Say British Mulnivasi Communities

When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits London next week, he is expected to meet with Queen Elizabeth II and British Prime Minister Theresa May, but the audience which may give him the most passionate reception is gathering under the banner “Modi Not Welcome.”

Sikh Groups Write to British PM Theresa May Ahead of Indian PM Narendra Modi’s UK Visit [Full Text of Letter]

The Sikh Federation UK has written a letter to British Prime Minister Theresa May ahead of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to UK visit for Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM).

Sikh Federation UK leader Bhai Amrik Singh Gill (L), British Prime Minister Theresa May (C) and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (R) [File Photos]

UK Sikhs Raise Concerns with Theresa May to take up with Narendra Modi next week

The Sikh activist groups in England, with the support of over 200 UK Gurdwaras, have written to British Prime Minister, Theresa May to raise a number of serious concerns with Narendra Modi when the two meet on 18 April.

Students Demand Removal of Gandhi Statue at Carleton University

The statue of Mohandas Gandhi at Carleton University in Ottawa has been controversial since its installation in 2011, but the controversy recently reignited as student bodies began demanding its removal.

Canada: Sikh Flag Raised at Ontario’s Provincial Parliament on Sikh Heritage Month

The Provincial Parliament of Ontario in Canada is hosing the Sikh flag these days. The flag is raised in wake of Sikh Heritage Month that is observed in the month of April.

Jagmeet Singh’s Younger Brother Gurratan Singh To Contest As NDP Candidate From Brampton

Leader of Canada's third largest federal party New Democratic Party(NDP) Jagmeet Singh's younger brother Gurratan Singh has won the NDP's nomination to contest Ontario’s provincial elections

Cover to Cover by Naujawani: ‘CREST report on “Sikh Radicalisation” in Britain’

Naujawani administrator and present Harwinder Singh Mander introduced "Report: The Idea, Context, Framing and Realities of 'Sikh Radicalisation' in Britain (commissioned by CREST)" this week. The report is authored by Dr. Jasjit Singh.

Local Sikhs Group Takes Up Initiative To Re-name Park in Bakersfield After Jaswant Singh Khalra

It is learned that the local Sikhs of Bakersfield a small town in the state of California, has kicked off a movement to "rename Stone-creek Park to Jaswant Singh Khalra Park and honor Bakersfield’s

Sikh Diaspora: Holla Mohalla Celebrated in Leicester [Special Report]

The Sikh festival of Hola Mohalla was celebrated by the Sikh Education Council this month with a chess tournament and screening of documentary ‘1984, when the sun didn’t rise’.

Sikh American Story To Air on CNN on May 6: Sikh Coalition

The Sikh Coalition announced this week that CNN’s Emmy Award-winning United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell will feature the first-ever hour-long cable episode exclusively focusing on the Sikh American community.

WSO Welcomes Alberta Turban Accommodation for Sikh Motorcyclists

Alberta Government announced to accommodate turbaned Sikh motorcyclists in the province. As of April 12, 2018, turbaned Sikh motorcyclists will be exempted from helmet requirements.

Sikh Diaspora Groups Planning to hold Massive Protest During Modi’s UK Visit

Sikh diaspora groups in England are panning to hold a protest during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit.

Sikh Man Racially Attacked in Ottawa (Canada); WSO Expresses Deep Shock

The World Sikh Organization of Canada has expressed deep shock over the attack on a Sikh man last Friday (March 27) night in Ottawa.

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