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  1. Ontario Provincial Police confirms it has charged an Indo-Canadian man with criminal mischief for vandalism and creating community tensions in Caledon, which is home to thousands of Sikhs
  2. COVID-19 related restrictions made Sikh security guards in Canadian city choose between their faith and jobs
  3. Local branch of Daesh says attack was in response to insults levelled against Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) by BJP leaders
  4. As Iqbal's health collapsed, he told Bibi that he was not her real father and her actual family was Sikh
  5. If there’s one thing that gets the world together, then that’s our inherent need to dance. Even when the pandemic had sunk its misshapen fangs on the world at large, human beings cope with it by spawning an ungodly number of TikTok dances Each day there’d be hundreds of trends catching on, demanding you to follow suit. In a video going viral on Twitter, a dapperly dressed Sikh man can be seen letting his foot loose as he seemingly enchants his audiences with an array of moves ranging from Hip-Hop to Bhangra. Shared by a user on the micro-blogging site, with the caption “Singh passed the vibe check in Miami”, the Sardar and his dance have been winning hearts around the world, showing that nobody can give competition to Sikhs when it comes to celebrating life to the fullest, without regrets. © Saminder Singh Dhindsa At the beginning of the video, Saminder Singh Dhindsa, who goes by ‘@turbanmagic’ on Instagram, can be seen quietly observing a troupe of seemingly African-American dancers in Miami. Like a predator stalking its prey, our turbaned dancer waits for the perfect moment to join in on the action, slowly moving and grooving his way to them, as he’s warmly welcomed. Once he had established himself as the centre of attention, it was game over for all. Living up to the hype, he starts off by doing a barrage of popular hip-hop moves, before swiftly segueing into bhangra, much to the enjoyment of the bystanders. Watch the video for yourself: Singh passed the vibe check in Miami pic.twitter.com/l4s4SqHcym — UB1UB2 (@UB1UB2) March 18, 2022 This is what the citizens of Twitter had to say in response to Saminder, the Sikh man who stole their hearts through dance. A user said, “A true Punjabi, Started with hip hop but ended with Bhangra”, while another commented, He didn't just pass the vibe check. He was the entire vibe for that minute.” This Twitter user appreciated the fact that Sardars know how to liven everything up, “This is so awesome. Sardars are the best”, and another simply opined, “Singh is King”. Others were waxing lyrical over the video, with compliments ranging from, “Best thing on the internet today”, to “One of the best videos”. © UB1UB2 - Twitter User Finally, there was a bloke who tagged their mate, demanding, “if I don’t see you do this at your wedding I will be thoroughly disappointed. Not angry, just disappointed” Long story short, Saminder has made today better, with his unforgettable moves. So kudos to that! Did you like the video? Let us know in the comments below! View the full article
  6. Sikh girl refuses to take off turban; her family says "court order does not mention anything about the Sikh turban"
  7. The resolution will be presented to US President Joe Biden, Vice-President Kamala Harris, and other top govt officials
  8. Indian government filed a plea seeking permission to challenge district court's order refusing Kuldeep Singh's extradition
  9. Pakistan takes decision to respect religious sentiments of Sikhs given India's last-minute decision to open Corridor, say sources
  10. After getting praised for her short film, Bao, in 2018 and becoming the first woman to direct a Pixar short movie, the captain lady Domee Shi is back behind the lense and this time, it’s a full feature movie. If you have seen Bao's earlier work, you'd know for a fact that her movie will be filled with metaphors. Her film is titled Turning Red and the makers have already dropped the trailer. The story is about a 13-year-old girl named Mei Mei who turns into a red giant panda whenever she is stressed out. Interestingly, we all turn red with anger and the director has used that emotion wittily. She has shown how growing up isn’t easy and how teenagers deal with their outbursts of emotions. Here’s the trailer: The movie has been set in Toronto, Canada, which is also the hometown of the director of the movie. Interestingly, she has also taken care of the fact that her movie should have characters from different cultures. It features a Sikh character who is seen playing the role of a school security guard where Mei Mei studies. In this particular scene, he is seen arguing with Mei Mei’s mom. The director has taken care of the detailing as he is seen wearing a navy-colored turban and a uniform. He is also seen wearing a ‘kada’. View this post on Instagram But despite all this detailing, people aren’t convinced as they feel she has stereotyped the fact that all the Sikhs or Indians work as security guards or taxi drivers in foreign countries. They also want him to have a significant role and not just be the laughing stock. © Instagram © Instagram What do you have to say about it? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  11. Whenever a person of Indian origin gets felicitated and honoured in a foreign country for their excellence, we Indians cannot help but be proud, and rightfully so. British resident Rajinder Singh became the latest person of Indian origin to make us proud, internationally. © AFP Earlier this week, Singh was awarded one of the highest titles that a civilian in the United Kingdom can be bestowed with. He was awarded the MBE, or, the Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, for his services to health and fitness. The ceremony was organised by Prince Charles. © AFP Rajinder Singh moved to London in the 1970s and has spent his life as a driver at the Heathrow Airport up until his retirement. During the lockdown in Britain, Singh started making videos of him exercising, and teaching people, how to skip, in order to stay fit. Speaking to the BBC, he said that he was concerned that his fellow people, especially those who would gather at the local Gurudwara, would start feeling isolated and may lose morale. © Rajinder Singh He thought that getting them to engage in any physical activity, in this case, skipping, would be a great distraction for them. Also, the exercise would benefit them greatly. Thus, he started making fun, instructional videos on skipping, and posted them online, on their local community pages. Soon enough, these videos were picked up by others, and it went Viral. So much so, that using just these videos, Singh was able to raise about 14,000 Pounds for United Kingdom’s NHS or National Health Service. © Rajinder Singh Singh says that his father, who was a soldier in the Indian Army, taught him to skip, and made him pick this up as a habit. © Rajinder Singh While felicitating him, the Prince of Wales, too showed a rather vigorous enthusiasm for skipping and exercising in general, and said that he would love to have some lessons, said Singh. © ITV For later this year, Rajinder Singh is all set to take part in the London Marathon for Mencap. The Mencap, or The Royal Mencap Society is a charity that works with people with learning disabilities. View the full article
  12. The riots of 1984 that took place after the assassination of PM Indira Gandhi became one of the most highlighted events in the history of India. The memories of wounds of the riots and mass killings of the Sikh population in 1984 are still very much fresh in the minds of people and making a series on the show can be a tricky call. The new upcoming series Grahan from Disney+ Hotstar will be basing its premise on the possible reason behind the massacre. The series is inspired by the bestselling novel Chaurasi, written by Satya Vyas. It tells the story of a police officer, who has been made a part of Special Investigation Teams to investigate cold cases from the riots in Bokaro. Things take an ugly turn when she realizes that her father has to do something with the riots and has some sort of involvement in igniting the massacre. The show stars Zoya Hussain and Pavan Malhotra as central characters. It also features Anshuman Pushkar, Wamiqa Gabbi, Teekam Joshi, and Sahidur Rahman in other pivotal roles. Here’s the trailer: About the show, Malhotra had earlier said, "It’s an innocent love story, a complex web of emotions, but most importantly Grahan is the search for the truth." A topic as sensitive as this was anyway a risky decision and it has now turned into a living nightmare for the makers as the show has fallen into trouble for hurting the religious sentiments. Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) president Bibi Jagir Kaur on Monday demanded an immediate ban on Grahan. View this post on Instagram Addressing the press conference here on Monday, Kaur said, “A Sikh character has been portrayed in an objectionable manner in a web series called ‘Grahan’ based on the 1984 Sikh genocide. In the web series, the charge of Sikh genocide is being leveled against a Sikh character which is highly condemnable and fabricated.” “A legal notice has been sent by a witness of the genocide Nirpreet Kaur to Ajay G Rai, producer of ‘Grahan’ web series and Sunil Ryan, head and president of Disney+Hotstar. The SGPC also supports this notice,” she said. SGPC president Kaur said, “Through this web series, work is being done to rub salt on the wounds of Sikhs which would hurt the Sikh sentiments. Such films also hurt the communal harmony in society. Therefore, the government should enact strict Information Technology (IT) rules to curb such sensitive and objectionable trends.” Not just this, we woke up to people trending #BanGrahanWebSeries on Twitter. People have been bashing the makers for playing with their emotions and said the facts are twisted for TRPs. They are calling it propaganda against the Sikh Community. Here are the reactions: © Twitter © Twitter © Twitter © Twitter © Twitter Do you agree with people’s opinions? What do you have to say about it? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  13. The march started from Wellington Arch passed through the iconic route of the Constitution Hill and The Mall to Trafalgar Square
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