India to Discontinue Haj Subsidy
The subsidy amount will be used for educating girls, Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said.
Police Warn People Against Bogus Tantriks in UK
Leicester police issued leaflets asking residents to be aware of fake faith or spiritual healers.
Fringe Elements Spreading Hate, Says Ministry of External Affairs Over Gurdwara Ban in Canada, Other Countries
A majority of the Sikh community in Canada and other countries share a warm emotional bond with India, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said.
Sikh Groups in U.S. Ban Entry of Indian Officials to Gurdwaras, Even as Envoy Visits One in London
Over 90 gurdwaras in the United States join those in the United Kingdom and Canada to announce a ban on entry of Indian officials.
Ontario Gurdwaras Ban Entry of Officials Representing India
Indian representatives on official business will be barred from entering the premises of the Sikh places of worship, the Ontario Gurdwaras Committee said.
Chants Can’t Drown Out the Discord
For a humble spiritual movement that was born in an East Village storefront, the Hare Krishna conflict in Brooklyn involves a lot of money, a good amount of litigation, and even, at some point, locked temple doors and private security guards.
India Trip Helps 25 Zoroastrian Youngsters Get Closer to Their Identity
The trip through Udvada, Navsari, Surat and Bharuch in Gujarat has helped the Zoroastrian youth from across the world get some answers about their religious identity.