Sikhism

International Human Rights Conference Highlights Problem Of Religious Freedoms on Europe’s 50th Birthday

March 31, 2007

Source: Sikh Sangat News

http://www.sikhsangat.org/ssn/publish/Europe_21/International_Human_Rights_Conference_Highlights_Problem_Of_Religious_Freedoms_on_Europe_s_50th_Birthday_printer.shtml

As European countries gathered to celebrate their 50th birthday in Berlin on the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome Sikhs held an international human rights conference in...

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South Asian Community Groups and Advocates Convene in Washington D.C. to Discuss Emerging Issues and Address National Policymakers

March 30, 2007

Source: SAALT

More than 150 individuals working with underserved South Asian community members gathered in Washington D.C. between March 16th and 18th for a national convening of South Asian community-based organizations, advocates and community members cosponsored by South Asian American Leaders of Tomorrow (SAALT) and the South Asian Law Students Association at American University, Washington College of Law.

Representatives of nearly 40 organizations providing a range of services, as well as individual advocates from Atlanta, New York, New Jersey,...

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Irish Sikh Community Participate at St Patrick's Festival Parade in Ireland

March 29, 2007

Source: Sikh News Network

http://www.sikhnet.com/Sikhnet/news.nsf/NewsArchive/DEE5054F9901B93E872572AD00562549!OpenDocument

Dublin, 22 Mar 2007 - Irish Sikh Community displayed their rich cultural heritage this weekend by participating at the St Patrick’s Day Parade in Dublin, one of the most celebrated events in Ireland.

The Sikh pageant was organised by Irish Sikh Council. With the theme of the parade being...

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Sikh Organizations Give Memorandum to UN

March 27, 2007

Author: Ravinder Singh Robin

Source: Daily India

http://www.dailyindia.com/show/128877.php/Sikh-organizations-give-memorandum-to-UN

Amritsar, Mar 27 : Representatives of nearly 25 Sikh organizations from around the world gave a memorandum to the UN on various international Sikh issues in Geneva on Tuesday.

Nearly 200 members of the various Sikh organizations from 15 countries assembled at Langenthal to...

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Social Club Sued After Ban on Sikhs

March 23, 2007

Source: South Manchester Reporter

http://www.southmanchesterreporter.co.uk/news/s/224/224657_social_club_sued_after_ban_on_sikhs.html

SENIOR members of a private members’ club are being sued for racial discrimination after banning ALL Sikh people.

Darley Lawn Tennis and Social Club took the drastic action after a fight involving a group of Sikh men in which club members were injured.

The punch-up led...

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Dashmesh Darbar Sikh Temple

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 28 October 2013.

Phone: 503-559-8233

Sikhs Ask Cops to Ban 'Sardar' Jokes on Net

March 19, 2007

Source: The Times of India

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/NEWS/Cities/Mumbai/Sikhs_ask_cops_to_ban_Sardar_jokes_on_Net/articleshow/msid-1776258,curpg-1.cms

MUMBAI: Buoyed by a successful campaign against a publisher of joke books, members of the Sikh community have now approached the Mumbai police to block any form of humour on the net targeting them.

The cyber cell department of...

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Sikh Made to Get Off Qantas Flight

March 15, 2007

Source: Daily News and Analysis India

http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?NewsID=1084992

SYDNEY: The Indian community in Queenstown is upset after a Sikh hotel worker was made to get off a Qantas flight last week as some passengers thought he could be a terrorist.

Harminder Singh Mavi had boarded a routine Qantas flight between Queenstown and Auckland on March 7, but was requested to disembark minutes before the flight took off, according to the Mountain Scene...

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United Sikhs

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 15 March 2007.

Phone: 347-561-3348
Email: unitedsikhs-na@unitedsikhs.org
Website: http://www.unitedsikhs.org
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Man Arrested in Temple Damage

March 14, 2007

Author: Ryan Sabalow

Source: Redding

http://www.redding.com/news/2007/mar/14/man-arrested-in-temple-damage/

ANDERSON -- A Redding man was arrested on suspicion of committing a hate crime early Tuesday after he allegedly rammed a Sikh temple with a stolen 25-ton front-end loader in a drug-fueled rampage.

Shasta County sheriff's Sgt. Janet Breshears said Michael Benjamin Rafferty, 39, had called authorities to report the...

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Vandals Spray Racist Graffiti Over Temple

March 14, 2007

Source: ABC News

http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/200703/s1871680.htm

Police are continuing their investigations into a vandalism attack at an Indian Sikh temple in Shepparton, in north-east Victoria, on Friday night.

Senior Constable Danny Colliver says racist graffiti was written on the inside and outside walls of the Doyle Road building, which is under construction.

He says the remarks are anti-Muslim, but the temple is actually for the Sikh...

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