Indian-Origin Michelin Star Chef in Soup Over Tweet on Islam
Atul Kochhar, the head chef at a restaurant at Dubai's JW Marriot Marquis hotel, deleted the post, and apologized for the tweet after it was criticized for being “anti-Islam.”
Sikh Soldier Becomes First to Wear Turban at Parade Marking Queen’s Birthday in Britain
Coldstream Guards' Charanpreet Singh Lall's turban featured the ceremonial capstar to match the bearskin hats of his fellow soldiers.
Temples, Gurdwaras Among Places for Worship That Can Seek Security Funding in England
The UK Home Office will grant a funding up to a maximum amount of £56,000 per place of worship to successful applicants.
Man Arrested in Connection With Arson Attack on Gurdwara, Mosque in UK
The targeting of place of worship has been branded as a hate crime by the police investigating the case
32 Indian Pilgrims Stranded in Iraq After Being Deserted by Travel Agency Return Home
The 32 Indians were stuck in Najaf in Iraq, where they had gone for a pilgrimage, when their travel agency shut shop following criminal charges abandoning them.
Sikh Groups Hold Rally in Ottawa to Mark Anniversary of Operation Blue Star
National Democratic Leader Jagmeet Singh, who had termed the operation a “genocidal campaign” last year, was silent on the occasion
PepsiCo Australia Workers Can Opt to Avail Holiday on Cultural Occasions Like Diwali, Eid
PepsiCo Australia says it does not want to impose the "Anglo-Saxon holidays" on its diverse cultural workforce.