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India court hands death sentence over deadly 1984 anti-Sikh riots - Aljazeera.com


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India court hands death sentence over deadly 1984 anti-Sikh riots
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A court in India has sentenced to death a man convicted of murder during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots that left nearly 3,000 people dead, following the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. The 1984 carnage erupted just hours after Gandhi was ...
India court hands down first death penalty over deadly 1984 anti-Sikh riotsKhaleej Times
First death sentence over deadly 1984 anti-Sikh riotsEconomic Times
Sikh leaders welcome death penalty to 1984 riots case convictTimes of India

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Pak Issues Visas to Over 3800 Sikh Pilgrims Attending Guru Nanak Birth Anniversary Celebrations - News18


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Pak Issues Visas to Over 3800 Sikh Pilgrims Attending Guru Nanak Birth Anniversary Celebrations
News18
"This is by far the largest number of visas issued in recent years to Sikh yatrees for Baba Guru Nanak's birth anniversary celebrations, well beyond the maximum number of 3000, mutually agreed between the two countries for this event," the statement said.
3000 Indian Sikh yatrees arrive on WednesdayThe News International
Indian Sikh pilgrims arriving in Pakistan to celebrate Baba Guru Nanak's birth anniversarySamaa Digital
Pak issues visas to over 3800 Sikh pilgrims for attending Guru Nanak birth anniversary celebrationsDaily Pioneer

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India court hands down first death penalty over deadly 1984 anti-Sikh riots - Khaleej Times


Khaleej Times

India court hands down first death penalty over deadly 1984 anti-Sikh riots
Khaleej Times
An Indian court Tuesday handed down the first death sentence over anti-Sikh riots in 1984 that left nearly 3,000 dead following the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Relatives of victims rejoiced in the capital New Delhi after the judge ...
First death sentence in 1984 anti-Sikh riots caseIndia Today
1984 anti-Sikh riots: Death penalty for one convict; life imprisonment for anotherTimes of India
First death sentence over deadly 1984 anti-Sikh riotsEconomic Times
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1984 Anti-Sikh Riots: One Gets Death Sentence, Another Life in Jail for Killing of 2 Men in Delhi - News18


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1984 Anti-Sikh Riots: One Gets Death Sentence, Another Life in Jail for Killing of 2 Men in Delhi
News18
New Delhi: The Patiala House Court on Tuesday sentenced convict Yashpal Singh to death and gave life imprisonment to another convict Naresh Sherawat for the mob killing of two young Sikh men during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in south Delhi's Mahipalpur ...

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Nirankari attack: Police raid houses of Sikh activists in Amritsar - The Tribune


The Tribune

Nirankari attack: Police raid houses of Sikh activists in Amritsar
The Tribune
A day after the preliminary investigation pointed to the possibility of involvement of local youth in the Nirankari Bhavan attack, police raided the houses of local Sikh activists in the wee hours of Tuesday. Members of hardliner groups alleged that ...
Amritsar blast: Police detain Sikh 'activists', radical bodies call it 'witch hunt'The Indian Express
Grenade attack kills three people near Sikh prayer hall in IndiaThe Independent
3 killed in blast on Sikh congregationThe News International
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Sikh body upset with Deepika-Ranveer's Anand Karaj performed outside gurudwara - The News International


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Sikh body upset with Deepika-Ranveer's Anand Karaj performed outside gurudwara
The News International
The issue was raised over Deepika and Ranveer's makeshift gurudwara at Lake Como's Villa del Balbienello. As per Sikh customs it is prohibited to take the Guru Granth Sahib anywhere outside the gurudwara. The publication further reported that the Akal ...
Sikh group takes exception to Deepika-Ranveer's Italian weddingThe News Minute
Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh wedding: Sikh body objects to Anand Karaj ceremony performed outside gurudwaraFirstpost

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Amritsar blast: Police detain Sikh 'activists', radical bodies call it 'witch hunt' - The Indian Express


The Indian Express

Amritsar blast: Police detain Sikh 'activists', radical bodies call it 'witch hunt'
The Indian Express
Members of radical Sikh groups have alleged that the Punjab Police have detained youths of the community in connection with the grenade blast in Amritsar that left three dead on Sunday. “Police raids on. Witch hunting started. Police have raided houses ...
Nirankari attack: Police raid houses of Sikh activists in AmritsarThe Tribune
3 killed in blast on Sikh congregationThe News International
Grenade attack kills three people near Sikh prayer hall in IndiaThe Independent
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Sikh radicals under ISI pressure to revive militancy in Punjab: IB - Times of India


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Sikh radicals under ISI pressure to revive militancy in Punjab: IB
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Even though there is no information about which terrorist outfit carried out the grenade attack at weekly congregation of Nirankaris in Amritsar, government and intelligence agencies feared for some time now that Sikh terrorist groups, with ...
'Radical Sikh groups under pressure from ISI to revive militancy in Punjab'NYOOOZ
Khalistan: Babbar Khalsa, Lashkar share common office outside Nankana SahibOneindia

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'Ignorance and fear': Racist graffiti at Kelowna Sikh temple draws condemnation - CBC.ca


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'Ignorance and fear': Racist graffiti at Kelowna Sikh temple draws condemnation
CBC.ca
Racist graffiti on a Sikh temple in Kelowna is drawing words of condemnation. The graffiti scrawled on a wall at the Gurdwara Guru Amardas Darbar Sikh Society was discovered on Monday as the congregation was gathering. The World Sikh Organization of ...
BC Sikh temple vandalized with racist graffitiColumbia Valley Pioneer
Kelowna Sikh temple vandalized with racist graffitiGlobalnews.ca

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BC Sikh temple vandalized with racist graffiti - Chilliwack Progress


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BC Sikh temple vandalized with racist graffiti
Chilliwack Progress
It's not the first time Kelowna's Sikh temple on Davie Road has been vandalized. This time, black lettering was spray painted on the side of the building near the parking lot. At 10 a.m. on Nov. 19, as a congregation was starting, the graffiti was ...
Kelowna Sikh temple vandalized with racist graffitiGlobalnews.ca

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BC Sikh temple vandalized with racist graffiti - Columbia Valley Pioneer


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BC Sikh temple vandalized with racist graffiti
Columbia Valley Pioneer
It's not the first time Kelowna's Sikh temple on Davie Road has been vandalized. This time, black lettering was spray painted on the side of the building near the parking lot. At 10 a.m. on Nov. 19, as a congregation was starting, the graffiti was ...
'Ignorance and fear': Racist graffiti at Kelowna Sikh temple draws condemnationCBC.ca
Kelowna Sikh temple vandalized with racist graffitiGlobalnews.ca

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CU senior is first Sikh-American Rhodes Scholar - FOX31 Denver


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CU senior is first Sikh-American Rhodes Scholar
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BOULDER, Colo. — A University of Colorado senior is the first woman from the school to win a Rhodes scholarship and the first Sikh-American to be selected for the honor. Serene Singh of Colorado Springs was one of 32 American students selected to ...
Colorado Springs native Serene Singh wins Rhodes Scholarship, first Sikh-American in US to receive the recognitionColorado Springs Gazette
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Colorado senior is first Sikh-American Rhodes Scholar - KKTV 11 News


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Colorado senior is first Sikh-American Rhodes Scholar
KKTV 11 News
(AP)- A University of Colorado senior is the first woman from the school to win a Rhodes scholarship and the first Sikh-American to be selected for the honor. Serene Singh of Colorado Springs was one of 32 American students selected to study at Oxford ...
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No Sikh-Nirankari tension in 3 decades - The Tribune


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No Sikh-Nirankari tension in 3 decades
The Tribune
Following the 1978 Sikh-Nirankari clash, Gurbachan Singh had released pamphlets titled 'What is true? What is untrue?' which were inserted in newspapers across the country. He had claimed that he was just Gurbachan Singh, not a guru or a prophet.
Explained: How controversy has chased Nirankari sectThe Indian Express

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