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$ 100,000 boost launches countdown to 2019 Australian Sikh Games

MELBOURNE: The Andrews Labor Government has announced a $100,000 events package to assist with the staging of the 32nd Annual Australian Sikh Games – the premier sporting and cultural event of the Australian Sikh community. The  Annual Australian Sikh Games will be held from April 19 to 21  in Casey.

Hindus urge Chile brewery to withdraw goddess Kali beer & apologize

NEVADA: Upset Hindus are urging Valdivia (Chile) based Cerveza Bundor craft brewery to apologize and retire its “Kali IPA” beer carrying the reimagined image of Hindu goddess Kali; calling it highly inappropriate.

Hindus seek dedicated area for scattering cremated remains on England’s Windermere Lake

Hindus are urging for the creation of a dedicated area for the dispersal of the cremated remains over Windermere Lake, England's largest lake and part of English Lake District World Heritage Site.

Delhi SAD leader Manjit Singh GK thrashed in Yuba city in USA

YUBA CITY, USA: President of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) Manjit Singh GK was attacked in Yuba City of California state in USA allegedly by radical Sikhs who blamed SAD(Badal) leaders responsible for sacrilege of Guru Grnath Sahib in Punjab.

Tributes paid to Nora Richard by Ireland Rang Manch

DUBLIN (iRELAND): The Ireland Rang Manch remembered Nora Richard, the legendary theatre personality at a meeting hosted to fecilitate Dr.Narinder Nindi a professor of Punjabi University Patiala, responsible for maintaining the home of Nora Richard in Andhreta in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. The meeting was presided over by renowned personality Gurbir Singh Chadha.

Upset Hindus urge England brewery to withdraw goddess Kalika beer & apologize

Upset Hindus are urging Ashby-de-la-Zouch (Derbyshire, England) based Tollgate Brewery to apologize and withdraw its “Kalika IPA” beer; calling it highly inappropriate.

Indian racially abused in Canada over parking row

 An Indian man has been racially abused in Canada over a parking dispute by a white woman who yelled "go back to your country" and called him "Paki with sh*t-coloured skin", the media reported.

Welcoming Jonas-Chopra engagement, Hindus urge Nick to be more plugged into Hinduism

Welcoming the engagement of American singer Nick Jonas with Bollywood-Hollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, Hindus are urging Jonas to be more conversant with Hinduism and its concepts for the better foundation of the union.

Dakotas to have their first Hindu temple soon

 A Hindu temple is planned to open soon in the Tea suburb of South Dakota’s largest city Sioux Falls, which is claimed to be the “first Hindu temple in the Dakotas”.

Portraits of Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Patel, Subhas C Bose and Bhagat Singh in India Parade in Indianapolis

Appearances of placards of Father of the Nation Mahatma Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi, Iron Man of India Sardar Patel, Freedom Fighters Subhas Chander Bose and Bhagat Singh marked the India Independence Day celebrated by India Association of Indianapolis at Monument Circle here. Indian families now settled here turned up in large number to celebrate the Indian Indepencence.

Hindu statesman Rajan Zed to speak at Lutheran Church in Nevada

In a remarkable interfaith gesture, Hindu statesman Rajan Zed will address the congregants and others at St. Paul's Lutheran Family Church, “a community of Christians”, in Nevada’s capital Carson City on October 11.

Sikh store-owner stabbed to death in US

 A Sikh store-owner has been stabbed to death in the US state of New Jersey, according to media reports.

IIBCB honors Christel DeHaan with “Indiana Ratna” award

Indiana India Business Council Board on Wednesday honored Christel House International Founder and CEO, Christel DeHaan, with the inaugural “Indiana Ratna” (Jewel of Indiana) award. The award was presented at the 1st Annual “Indiana India Celebrating Our Impact” Gala at Indiana Roof Ballroom, 140 W Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204.

Upset Hindus urge Minnesota firm to apologize & withdraw Lord Shiva doormat

Upset Hindus are urging Saint Cloud (Minnesota) based company Babyshark for immediate withdrawal of door mat carrying image of Hindu deity Lord Shiva; calling it highly inappropriate.

Hindus urge all Canadian cities for dedicated areas for scattering cremated remains, as Sarnia

 Hindus are urging all cities and towns of Canada to work on creating dedicated areas for the dispersal of the cremated remains over sea, river, or other bodies of water.

Italian Mozzarella producer picks northeast Indiana for first U.S. operation

 Golfo di Napoli Dairy announced plans today to locate a commercial organic cheese plant in Huntington County, creating up to 35 new, high-wage jobs by 2021, according to Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) .

Elderly Sikh man attacked in California

SAN FRANCISCO:  An elderly Sikh man was viciously attacked in California, leading to fears among the community that he may have been a victim of hate crime, the media reported.

2018 Gen Con an enormous success: David Hoppe

Gen Con 2018 held at the Convention Center, Downtown Indianapolis from August 2 to 5 witnessed an all-new attendance record with significant increases in Saturday and Sunday attendance, as well as a huge surge in families attending. More than 60,000 fans thronged the Convention Center. Long lines were witnessed at the entrance gates. Participants at Gen Con dressed up as characters from television, films and games.
Parade by all characters outside the Convention Center was fabulos. The spectators cheers all characters, specially their favoties. The characters prepare themseleves throughout the year to partcipate in the Gen Con in Indianapolis.

Australian Hindus urged to help fellow homeless Australians

In view of the growing problem of homelessness in Australia, Australian Hindus have been urged to help the fellow homeless Australians.

CIC gearing up for 2018 Festival of Faiths

INDIANAPOLIS: Setting up of 34 booths around the fountain and inviting and working with new groups for 2018 Festival of Faiths which is scheduled for October 14 (Sunday) from 1 to 5 p.m at the Veterans Memorial Plaza and Indiana War Memorial were among the various important suggestions discussed in the recent Steering Committee which met under the chairmanship of Muzaffar Ahmad.

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