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A Sikh temple in Riverside County has been targeted by a vandal who spray-painted the word "terrorist" on a surrounding wall. The Riverside Press-Enterprise (http://bit.ly/13wYELu ) says the graffiti was scrawled on the temple wall in Jurupa Valley
Manikant Patel has travelled 80 kilometres, from Bharuch to Vadodara, for a red-coloured traditional turban worn by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi during a public function last year. He is among the hundreds who are trooping in to the Akruti
That was the question that Major Kamaljeet Singh Kalsi, the first Sikh soldier in a generation allowed to keep the articles of his faith, posed to his commanders back in 2009 when he was told that he cannot wear his turban and beard while in service.
A couple has been sentenced by an Australian court to nine months in jail for a racially motivated attack in which a Sikh taxi driver's turban was ripped off. Angeline Kim Sollitt, 44, and Michael John Arbouin, 40, were handed down the nine-month
C Theatres to change its policies after he and his wife, Ikman Kaur, were ejected on June 22 because they were both carrying kirpans, ceremonial swords that are a symbol of Sikh faith. The couple were seated and ready to watch "Man of Steel" at the
Photographer documents cultural appropriation Sanaa Hamid is the daughter of Pakistani immigrants living in the U.K. The 21-year-old's ongoing photography project looks at culturally appropriated objects like bindis, keffiyehs, turbans and crosses.
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A local court today reserved its order on a private complaint seeking action against the star- cast of Son of Sardar and others for allegedly hurting sentiments of Sikh community during the film's promotion on reality show Bigg Boss last year.
Kavan Kamboz can't take off his turban to play soccer, which is a big part of his life. The 18-year-old Sikh is now a referee and a first-year student in the Faculty of Science at the University of Regina...He said he was taken aback when the Quebec
Video The Canadian Press Video Video But the bright side is that the Sikh community gained a lot of friends, a lot of people across Canada including Quebec sent us a lot of messages of solidarity, said Mr. Singh...It was an opportunity for the Sikh