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1st Sikh Parade of Denver on May 22

DENVER: The capital of Colorado, Denver city will be hosting its first ever Sikh parade on May 22, in celebration of the culture of...

White House celebrates Guru Nanak birth anniversary

Washington: The White House celebrated the birth anniversary of Sikhism's founder Guru Nanak on Tuesday with top aides of President Barack Obama assuring the...

Sikhs organise walk for awareness about heart health

New York: Members of the Sikh community in Connecticut, in association with the American Heart Association, organised a fundraising walk to create awareness about...

Canadian Sikh group organises langar to promote equality

Toronto: A Sikh group in Calgary has organised a week-long langar (community kitchen) to promote equality, fight hunger and to create cross-cultural dialogue, the...

US Sikh group raises $210,000 for needy Punjab students

Washington: The Sikh Human Development Foundation, a Washington-based philanthropic organisation has raised over $210,000 for its scholarship programme for underprivileged children in Punjab who wish...

American slapped with 13 year jail term for hitting Sikh man

By NewsGram Staff Writer New York: An American man has been sentenced to 13 years of imprisonment for hitting an elderly Sikh man outside a...

Hate crime: American Sikh racially attacked in Chicago

By NewsGram Staff-Writer Chicago: A day before the United States commemorates the 9/11 terrorist attacks, an elderly American Sikh was hospitalised after an assailant attacked...

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