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Pennsylvania Acknowledges ‘Sikh Genocide’ Of 1984, Sikh Bodies Welcome Decision

Pennsylvania Acknowledges ‘Sikh Genocide’ Of 1984, Sikh Bodies Welcome Decision

The resolution stated that the Sikh genocide began on November 1, 1984, after the assassination of former prime minister Indira Gandhi in Delhi. It further says that the Sikh genocide lasted three days and over 30,000 Sikhs were brutally murdered. 

Pennsylvania Acknowledges ‘Sikh Genocide’ Of 1984, Sikh Bodies Welcome Decision

Indian Banks To Sell Vijay Mallya's Fleet Of Cars In UK To Recover Loans

Indian Banks To Sell Vijay Mallya's Fleet Of Cars In UK To Recover Loans

The cars listed in the order include a range of luxury vehicles, some with personalised registration numbers.

Indian Banks To Sell Vijay Mallya's Fleet Of Cars In UK To Recover Loans

Indian-American Woman Minal Patel Davis Awarded At White House For Combatting Human Trafficking

Indian-American Woman Minal Patel Davis Awarded At White House For Combatting Human Trafficking

An Indian-American woman has been honoured with a Presidential award by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for her extraordinary contribution towards combatting human trafficking in Houston.

Indian-American Woman Minal Patel Davis Awarded At White House For Combatting Human Trafficking

Over 60,000 Indians Received Green Cards In 2017: DHS

Over 60,000 Indians Received Green Cards In 2017: DHS

Out of the over 6 lakh Indians waiting for the most sought-after Green Card, only 60,394 have received the legal permanent residency last year which allows them to live and work in the US, according to the latest official figures.

Over 60,000 Indians Received Green Cards In 2017: DHS

Two Arrested In Punjab For Militant Khalistani Links

Two Arrested In Punjab For Militant Khalistani Links

The Punjab Police on Friday arrested two members of a Khalistani module who were allegedly engaged in propagating the 'Referendum 2020' campaign by affixing banners and posters in public places in Amritsar.

Two Arrested In Punjab For Militant Khalistani Links

High Drama In Sabarimala As 2 Women Reach Hilltop But Return After Protests

High Drama In Sabarimala As 2 Women Reach Hilltop But Return After Protests

Huge protests by hundreds of devotees at the entrance of Sabarimala temple forced the Kerala Police accompanying two women on Friday to call off their journey towards the Lord Ayyappa shrine.

High Drama In Sabarimala As 2 Women Reach Hilltop But Return After Protests