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US police are looking into the possibility of a link between the Wisconsin Gurdwara killings with the slaying of two elderly Sikhs in California last year...Detective Kevin Papineau of Elk Grove Police Department in California says that he is working
AP Hundreds of Sikhs pay homage to the victims of Gurdwara shooting at the Sikh Temple in Yuba City, Calif. on August 10, 2012. Letters of condolences and praise have been pouring in Mayor's office of Oak Creek city, where Sikh worshippers were shot
The Department of Foreign Trade met twice with the rice miller federation and rice traders, Thai News Agency reported Tuesday. Vietnam, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Thailand - will be invited to meet to consider establishing a tangible cooperative
Hockey selector Chaudhry Arshad has suggested to the senior players in the Pakistan team to hang up their boots to help the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) raise a new-look team for the 2014 World Cup. Talking to Dawn, Arshad a former Olympian said:
Taipei, Aug. 11 (CNA) The Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC), the top financial watchdog in Taiwan, has issued the greenlight to E. Sun Commercial Bank to open a branch in Phnom Penh, Cambodia...Sun Financial Holding Co., to seek regulatory
Christians, Jew, Muslims, B'hai and other members of Sacramento's communities of faith, along with representatives of about six area Sikh congregations are expected, Noguchi said. Participants are asked to bring electric candles if they have them. "
Hundreds of people from various walks of life, Indian-Americans in particular, gathered in cities across the US to mourn the killing of six Sikh worshippers at a Wisconsin Gurdwara, describing the incident as an "ugly and dark day" in the US history.
Cambodia on Wednesday inaugurated a 128-kilometer China-funded national road No 62 in an effort to boost social and economic development in northern provinces. The road, from Kampong Thom province's Kampong Svay district to the provincial town of
China's Hainan Ruijin Investment Holding Group planned to invest in rice plantation, cow farm and tourism development in Cambodia, the group's chairman Pan Xiaoping said Wednesday. Pan said during a meeting with Heng Samrin, president of Cambodia's
Blakely is honorary professor of urban policy at the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney. He served as the Executive Director of Recovery in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. He is an international urban policy theorist and