Yahoo Web Search

  1. NEW DELHI: Wearing of helmet by Sikh women in Chandigarh has been made optional, the home ministry said Wednesday, a week after it had completely exempted them from wearing the protective ...

  2. A man who has “issues” with religion has admitted setting fire to the doors of a Sikh temple and a church. Paul Johnson used petrol to ignite the doors of Edinburgh’s Guru Nanak Sikh ...

  3. AMRITSAR: The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee’s proposal to light 4 lakh ‘diyas’ on the occasion of birth anniversary of founder of Amritsar and Sikh’s fourth master Guru Ram ...

  4. Voters in Afghanistan defied deadly attacks Saturday to cast ballots in the country’s first parliamentary elections in eight years, according to reports. The most serious attack on a polling ...

  5. KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - The Latest on parliamentary elections in Afghanistan (all times local): 10:30 a.m. Afghanistan's deputy chief executive says he's outraged by the chaotic start to polling ...

  6. Before trgedy struck, Sikh youths took selfies next to the effigies of the Hindu demon king Ravana before it was set off today People watch the rescue work from a rooftop of a house near ...

  7. It is weird to have Informer (BBC1) on so soon after Bodyguard (BBC1). Where Bodyguard was a six-part thriller about a caring but troubled police officer (Richard Madden) fighting sophisticated ...

  8. The response drew the outrage of Sikh activist Simran Jeet Singh, who equated the response as advice to parents to "whitewash" their kids' name if they want to be accepted.

  9. The "Dear Abby" advice column has been appearing in newspapers since 1956 — and after a recent response to a question about "foreign names," critics accused it of being stuck in that year. Columnist ...

  10. By Hamid Shalizi and Rupam Jain KABUL (Reuters) - Afghans braved chaotic delays outside polling stations and the threat of militant attacks to vote in parliamentary elections on Saturday that ...

  1. 12345124 results