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Killer of Indian-origin cabbie jailed in Australia

Killer of Indian-origin cabbie jailed in Australia

A court in Australia on Friday sentenced a man, who was driving while high on drugs, to 11 years in jail for ploughing into a taxi, killing its Indian-origin driver and his British passenger. Antony Edward Fogarty admitted before the ...

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Teen remembered as ‘ray of light to many’ after his sudden death

Teen remembered as ‘ray of light to many’ after his sudden death

A POPULAR teenager whose smile warmed hundreds of people’s hearts has been remembered as a ‘ray of light to many’ after his sudden death.   A POPULAR teenager whose smile warmed hundreds of people’s hearts has been remembered as a ...

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Canada names park after first Sikh settler

Canada names park after first Sikh settler

Jan 15, 2014 – AMRITSAR: To commemorate contribution of Sikhs in Canada’s development, the country has named a new park in the city of Calgary after the legendary farmer Harnam Singh Hari, the first Sikh to tame the harsh climes of frigid ...

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Premier of Canadian province pays obeisance at Golden Temple

Premier of Canadian province pays obeisance at Golden Temple

Amritsar:  Premier of the Canadian province of Alberta Alison Redford today paid obeisance at the sanctum sanctorum of the Golden Temple here. She was accompanied by Human Services Minister of Alberta Manmeet Singh Bhullar, Assistant Minister Naresh Bhardwaj, and Alberta ...

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Indian-American student develops 3-D printed loudspeaker

Indian-American student develops 3-D printed loudspeaker

NEW YORK: Led by an Indian-American student Apoorva Kiran, scientists at Cornell University have 3-D printed a working loudspeaker – seamlessly integrating the plastic, conductive and magnetic parts – and ready for use almost as soon as it comes out of the ...

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Indian-origin mother appears in court for son’s murder

Indian-origin mother appears in court for son’s murder

The mother of a three-year-old Indian-origin boy, whose body was recovered two days after his disappearance from Scotland’s capital Edinburgh earlier this month, has appeared in court for a second time on charges of murder and attempting to defeat the ...

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Three Indian-origin people charged with selling drug in US

Three Indian-origin people charged with selling drug in US

Washington, Jan 23: Two Indian-origin employees and the owner of a convenience store have been charged by US authorities for secretly selling a psychoactive drug commonly known by the street name “spice”. Manisha Yogeshkumar Patel, the owner of the Capital ...

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Mikaeel Kular tragedy: Community in shock after body is found in search for toddler not seen for three days

Mikaeel Kular tragedy: Community in shock after body is found in search for toddler not seen for three days

Residents in the town where a body thought to be that of missing toddler Mikaeel Kular has been found have spoken of their shock and sadness. Police said in the early hours of this morning that they had found the body of ...

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American Sikhs Push To End Army Ban on Beards

American Sikhs Push To End Army Ban on Beards

Jan. 10, 2014: For the past 30 years, the Army has barred soldiers from wearing beards, or articles of clothing like turbans, for religious reasons. The service contends they hamper the proper use of gas masks and run counter to the ...

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Monty Panesar calls woman to his room, hours after Ashes debacle: Report

Monty Panesar calls woman to his room, hours after Ashes debacle: Report

Barely hours after a humiliating Ashes whitewash against hosts England, Panesar reportedly chatted up an American woman – Alison. While England players were expected to introspect on their shoddy on-field showing, the 31-year-old, according to UK’s The Mirror, was busy confessing his ...

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