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Facebook, Instagram Block #Sikh Hashtag; Apologise and Unblock After Outrage

It has come into light that Facebook and Instagram blocked hashtag “#Sikh” for a number of users. The issue was highlighted on Twitter by a number of Sikh netizens. The social media giants have now unblocked #sikh hashtag and also apologised for blocking it.

Man Arrested for Attack on Guru Arjan Dev Gurdwara Sahib in Derby

A man attacked Guru Arjan Dev Ji Gurdwara Shaib in Derby on May 25. The man’s act was captured in CCTV who was later arrested by local police.

Man Arrested Over Arson Attacks at Gurdwara Sahib and Mosque in UK

A 42-year-old man has reportedly been arrested on suspicion of arson attacks on a Sikh Gurdwara Sahib and a Muslim Mosque in English city of Leeds, police said today as they probed the incident as a hate crime.

Sikh Gurdwara, Muslim Mosque Attacked & Set on Fire in Leeds (UK)

A Sikh Gurdwara Sahib and Muslim Mosque were reportedly targeted with arson attack on late Tuesday (June 5). The police is treating the incidents as "hate crimes", reads media reports.

Canada’s News Media Council upholds Sikh Press Association’s Complaint Against Toronto Sun

Canada's National News Media Council (NMC) has upheld a complaint filed by Sikh Press Association (SikhPA) against the Toronto Sun about inaccuracy.

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.

Sikh Press Association to hold free media workshop in Mississauga on August 17

The Sikh Press Association (SikhPA), a UK based group, has announced to hold a media workshop in Mississauga on August 17 at Dixie Gurdwara.