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NZ Punjabi love triangle leaves 1 dead, 2 in jail for 17 years

Amandeep Kaur (Amandeep) and her lover Gurjinder Singh both New Zealanders of Indian origin were convicted of murder of Davender Singh, husband of Amandeep Kaur. In 2016 they were both sentenced each to life imprisonment with a minimum period of imprisonment of 17 years’ imprisonment. Amandeep later filed an appeal against the conviction and sentence…

Did Harvey Weinstein once eye Aishwarya?

Casting couch and trading sexual favours for roles and foothold in Bollywood is nothing new. In the yester years, girls kept quieter. Those who ever wondered if actresses like Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone had to face any of that in Hollywood when they attempted to make forays there, the case of…

Australia wide protests against MLA’s Ganesha ridicule ad

India Forums Australia organised a peaceful gathering – “Stand For Ganesha” to raise awareness throughout Australia. People gathered in Melbourne Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth in different numbers but all Ganesha worshippers who protested peacefully against the might of the powerful Meat & Livestock Australia (“MLA”) who have chosen to ridicule God Ganesha by putting…

US Sikhs launch TV campaign to increase awareness

Sikh TV campaign increased positive view of community New York, September 1: Sikh campaigners who ran a $1.5 million TV campaign have said that it helped in increasing Americans’ understanding of the community even though the US is in a period of rising communal tensions. The National Sikh Campaign (NSC), which launched the “We Are…

Indo-Canadian MP Darshan Kang accused of sexual harassment

  Toronto, September 1: An Indo-Canadian MP from the ruling Liberal Party, who has been accused of sexual harassment by a female staffer, has denied the charges levelled against him and vowed to defend his reputation “at all costs”. Punjab-born Darshan Kang, 66, who immigrated to Canada in 1970 and currently represents a constituency from…

Pakistan sounds alarm over ‘nuclearisation’ of Indian Ocean by India

Islamabad, February 12: Pakistan is determined to counter growing threats to peace in the Indian Ocean, particularly from its “nuclearisation” by India, Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz said. Aziz on Saturday said the Indian Ocean faced challenges to peace due to its militarisation, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, increased missile capabilities and power projection…

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