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Punjab Abroad- USA

Indian-origin woman in US blames her attorney for withholding truth

A Sikh woman facing a trial for the murder of her husband's ex-wife in the US, recently left many stunned by accusing her own reputed attorney of stopping her from revealing that her husband actually confessed to her killing that woman.

US-based Khalistan ideologue Ganga Singh Dhillon dead

Ganga Singh Dhillon, US-based Khalistan ideologue and chairman of the Sri Nankana Sahib Foundation, passed away at his residence in Washington DC on Tuesday. He was 86.

Police: Sikh man called a terrorist, is mowed down

Police have arrested a 55-year-old New York man on charges he called a Sikh man a terrorist and mowed him down with his pickup truck.

Hate crime in US: Another Sikh, his mother attacked

Just days after a Sikh man was hit and dragged by a truck, another Sikh man and his mother were attacked here by a group of teenagers who called them “Osama Bin Laden” in an apparent hate crime, sparking fresh outrage among the community members.

Congress opposes appeal by rights group in 1984 riots case

The Congress party has opposed an appeal filed by a Sikh group that challenged dismissal of the 1984 rights violation case against it, saying the group does not represent the victims and US courts cannot rule on cases involving an incident that took place in India 30 years ago.

'Racist' attack: US Sikh seeks justice

A 29-year old Sikh man, critically injured after he was hit by a truck driver, who allegedly used racist slur against him, is demanding justice to ensure such crimes are not repeated and has urged for the need to "create a world without hate".

New York truck driver hits Sikh man, racial overtones alleged

A 29-year old Sikh man is in critical condition after he was hit by a pickup truck here and dragged nearly 30 feet following an argument between him and the driver who allegedly hurled racist slur at him and his friend. Sandeep Singh, father of two, was with his friend Baldey Singh when he was hit by a pickup truck late Tuesday night.

J&K-origin US politician spends week posing as homeless man

Indian-American banker and politician Neel Kashkari, running for the post of California governor, spent a week posing as a penniless vagabond looking for a job, in an attempt to highlight the importance of jobs in the key US state’s weak economy.

Congressional resolution honours victims of Wisconsin shootout

A bipartisan Congressional resolution introduced on the second anniversary of Oak Creek Gurdwara shooting that killed six people has condemned the murderous attack and honours the memory of its victims.

Indian-American California guv hopeful poses as homeless man

Indian American banker and politician Neel Kashkari, running for the post of California governor, spent a week posing as a penniless vagabond looking for a job, in an attempt to highlight the importance of jobs in the key US state's weak economy. VIDEO INSIDE

US lawmakers ask basketball federation to review its policy on Sikh turbans

Appalled by reports that Sikh players from India were asked to remove their turbans at an international basketball match, top US lawmakers have launched a campaign asking FIBA to review the discriminatory policy.

Charges dropped against Sikh for carrying Kirpan to airport

A US court here has dismissed criminal charges against a Sikh man for carrying a kirpan to a city airport. The New York City Port Authority Police Department in May had issued a criminal summons to Maninder Singh for carrying two kirpans through security checkpoint at the John F Kennedy International airport here.

Sikh Capt America spreads awareness about minorities in US

A New Yorker based Sikh has found the most unique way to spread awareness about racial dicrimination. Vishavjit Singh, an editorial cartoonist in US, dresses up like Captain America to educate people about the Sikh identity.

Manmohan Singh still enjoys immunity, US court told

Former Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh continues to enjoy immunity in an alleged human rights violation case filed against him in a US court even though he is no longer the head of the State, the US Department of Justice has said.

TV ad shows Sikhs as vibrant part of US' cultural tapestry

A 30-second ad featuring Sikh actor Waris Ahluwalia along side the images of Sikhs around the US is being telecast by a leading cable here to show the community as a vibrant part of America's cultural tapestry and stop turban wearing people from becoming a target of hatred.
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