India News | Press Trust of India | Friday August 2, 2013
US Senate has unanimously passed a resolution remembering victims of the Oak Creek Gurudwara shooting on the occasion of the first anniversary of the tragic incident.
India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday July 31, 2013
A Gurdwara in California has been vandalised and the word "terrorist" scrawled on its walls in an apparent hate crime, days ahead of the first anniversary of the Oak Creek Gurdwara shooting in Wisconsin.
India News | Associated Press | Monday January 21, 2013
Day after day, Raghuvinder and Jaspreet Singh hovered by their nearly comatose father and repeated a single word - a word their dad probably spoke more than any other in his lifetime: "Waheguru."
Tuesday December 4, 2012
India's corruption woes, the Wisconsin Gurudwara shooting and cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar's 100 centuries are among the top stories of 2012, according to a list compiled by Time magazine which chronicles the "highs and lows, the good and the bad" of the past year.
World News | Associated Press | Wednesday November 21, 2012
The FBI has concluded a white supremacist who killed six people at a Sikh temple in suburban Milwaukee acted alone.
India News | Press Trust of India | Friday October 5, 2012
External Affairs Minister SM Krishna on Thursday met the family members of the victims of Oak Creek Gurduwara shooting and said India and the US stand united against those who perpetrate a culture of violence and hatred.
World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday October 2, 2012
India's concerns over the US visa fee hike, steps taken to improve trade ties with Pakistan and the Wisconsin gurudwara shooting were among the host of issues discussed between External Affairs Minister SM Krishna and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during their "positive" bilateral meeting in New York.
World News | Associated Press | Tuesday September 11, 2012
A white supremacist who killed a half-dozen people at a Sikh temple in the U.S. last month chased down the first police officer on the scene, pumping round after round into him as he lay wounded behind a parked car, video released Monday showed.
World News | Associated Press | Thursday August 23, 2012
The Sikh temple where a white supremacist killed six people earlier this month has been largely repaired. A crisp new American flag flies out front, prayer services have returned to a normal schedule and walls once scarred by gunfire are now covered with banners of support from around the world.
World News | Press Trust of India | Saturday August 18, 2012
US First Lady Michelle Obama will travel to Wisconsin next week to meet the victims and family members of the Oak Creek Gurudwara shooting that killed six Sikh worshippers.
India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Saturday August 18, 2012
A 16-year-old felon from Milwaukee has been charged with the fatal shooting of Dalbir Singh, a member of the Oak Creek gurudwara where six worshippers were gunned down August 5.
World News | Press Trust of India | Friday August 17, 2012
Barely 12 days after the shooting at a Gurdwara that killed six worshippers, an elderly Sikh man has been shot dead in an attempted robbery incident in the same Wisconsin state.
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday August 16, 2012
Sounds of gunshots can be heard in some calls made to the police from worshippers hiding in a Sikh gurdwara in Wisconsin when Wade Michael Page, a white supremacist, came that fateful Sunday and killed six of them.
World News | Reuters | Monday August 13, 2012
Hundreds of people from around the country gathered on Sunday at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin for the first public service there since a white supremacist gunned down six people at the temple exactly a week earlier.
World News | Press Trust of India | Saturday August 11, 2012
Calling the deadly shooting incident at the Wisconsin gurudwara an attack on American values, a top Obama Administration official said on Friday that such acts of terrorism and hatred will not be tolerated.
World News | Associated Press | Friday August 10, 2012
Mourners began paying their final respects Friday to six worshipers gunned down by a white supremacist at a Sikh temple in the U.S. almost a week ago for reasons that still aren't clear.
World News | The Associated Press | Friday August 10, 2012
Thousands of mourners were expected to gather Friday morning to pay their final respects to the six worshippers gunned down by a white supremacist at their Sikh temple over the weekend.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday August 9, 2012
Sikhs are returning the Wisconsin gurudwara temple for the first time since the shootings that killed six worshippers and left three people critically wounded.
India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday August 8, 2012
US President Barack Obama today called up Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to convey his condolences over the August 5 shooting incident at a gurudwara in Wisconsin in which six people were killed during Sunday morning prayers.
World News | Associated Press | Wednesday August 8, 2012
Gurudwara shooter Wade Michael Page died of self-inflicted wound after being shot by police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation revealed today. The FBI added that investigators still have not clearly defined a motive in Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting.
World News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday August 8, 2012
In the wake of the shooting incident at a Wisconsin Gurdwara that claimed six lives, US President Barack Obama feels "very strongly" that there is a need to recognise the significant contributions of the Sikhs to the American community.
World News | Associated Press | Wednesday August 8, 2012
Sikh communities across the United States are calling for vigilance and better public understanding of their religion after six people were shot dead at a temple in Wisconsin on Sunday.
World News | Reuters | Wednesday August 8, 2012
An ex-girlfriend of the gunman who killed six worshippers at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin has been arrested and faces a weapon charge, investigators announced on Tuesday.
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday August 7, 2012
The mother of an ex-soldier who shot dead six people at a Sikh temple in the US said she was devastated when she heard about the shooting. Laura Lynn told the Mail Online that she has had no contact with her 41-year-old son Wade Michael Page since she and his father Jesse Alvin Page divorced.