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UK's top diplomat caught up in blunder after calling the Sikh Golden Temple a mosque - Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

UK's top diplomat caught up in blunder after calling the Sikh Golden Temple a mosque
Telegraph.co.uk
The Golden Temple, constructed in the 16th century, is so sacred to Sikhs because it is considered to be the main site of pilgrimage for the faith. The mosque tweet has therefore enraged many on social media, particularly British Sikhs. Bhai Amrik ...
Foreign Office diplomat apologises over 'remarkable' gaffe calling sacred Sikh temple the 'golden mosque'Evening Standard
UK diplomat sorry for calling Sikh temple a mosqueNew Zealand Herald
Top Foreign Office Diplomat Apologises For Calling Sikh Golden Temple A MosqueHuffPost UK
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Foreign Office diplomat apologises over 'remarkable' gaffe calling sacred Sikh temple the 'golden mosque' - Evening Standard


Evening Standard

Foreign Office diplomat apologises over 'remarkable' gaffe calling sacred Sikh temple the 'golden mosque'
Evening Standard
The head of the Diplomatic Service has apologised after calling one of the most revered Sikh temples in the world a mosque. Sir Simon McDonald, the permanent under-secretary at the Foreign Office, admitted he was “wrong” when he referred to the Golden ...
UK diplomat sorry for calling Sikh temple a mosqueNew Zealand Herald
Labour government would hold Amritsar raid inquiry, Corbyn vowsThe Guardian
Top Foreign Office Diplomat Apologises For Calling Sikh Golden Temple A MosqueHuffPost UK

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UK diplomat sorry for calling Sikh temple a mosque - Taiwan News


Taiwan News

UK diplomat sorry for calling Sikh temple a mosque
Taiwan News
LONDON (AP) — The top civil servant in Britain's Foreign Office has apologized for calling one of India's holiest Sikh temples a mosque. Simon McDonald referred to the Golden Temple in Amritsar as the "Golden Mosque" in a tweet. On Tuesday he tweeted ...
Top Foreign Office Diplomat Apologises For Calling Sikh Golden Temple A MosqueHuffPost UK
Labour government would hold Amritsar raid inquiry, Corbyn vowsThe Guardian
Top Foreign Office official apologises for mistakenly calling famous Sikh temple a 'mosque'Mirror.co.uk

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'Missing' Indian Sikh found, to be sent back to India - The Hindu


The Hindu

'Missing' Indian Sikh found, to be sent back to India
The Hindu
A 24-year-old Indian Sikh, who had gone missing in Pakistan during Baisakhi festival celebrations, was found from his Facebook friend's home in Punjab province's Sheikhupura city. Efforts are on to send him back to India, an official has said. Amarjit ...
'Missing' Indian Sikh Found, to be Sent Back to India TodayNews18
'Missing' Indian Sikh traced from 'Facebook friend's' house in Pakistan; to be sent back to India todayIndia TV
'Missing' Indian Sikh found in Pakistan, set to return to India todayThe Asian Age

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'Missing' Indian Sikh Found, to be Sent Back to India Today - News18


News18

'Missing' Indian Sikh Found, to be Sent Back to India Today
News18
Lahore: A 24-year-old Indian man, who had gone missing in Pakistan during Baisakhi festival celebrations, was found from his "Facebook friend's" residence in Sheikhupura, about 50 kms from here, an official of the Evacuee Trust Property Board said on ...
'Missing' Indian Sikh traced from 'Facebook friend's' house in Pakistan; to be sent back to India todayIndia TV
'Missing' Indian Sikh found in Pakistan, set to return to India todayThe Asian Age
Missing Sikh yatree found in Sheikhupura, to be deported todayThe News International (blog)
International Business Times, India Edition -Khaleej Times
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'Missing' Indian Sikh Found In Pakistan, To Be Sent Back To India Today - NDTV


NDTV

'Missing' Indian Sikh Found In Pakistan, To Be Sent Back To India Today
NDTV
Lahore: A 24-year-old Indian man, who had gone missing in Pakistan during Baisakhi festival celebrations, was found from his "Facebook friend's" residence in Sheikhupura, about 50 kms from Lahore, an official of the Evacuee Trust Property Board said on ...
Sikh pilgrim who went missing in Pakistan found from Sheikhupura ...Geo News, Pakistan
Missing Sikh pilgrim found from friend's residence in Sheikhupura ...Daily Times
Missing Sikh pilgrim found at FB friend's house in Pakistan, to be deported todayHindustan Times
DunyaNews Pakistan -Business Standard -India Today
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Jathedar says unfortunate to force Sikhs to wear helmets - Times of India


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Jathedar says unfortunate to force Sikhs to wear helmets
Times of India
Amritsar: While stating that it was unfortunate to force a Sikh to wear helmet, Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh cautioned the courts against playing with the religious sentiments of Sikhs. In a release issued here on Monday, the jathedar said ...
'SC observation on turban infringement in religious affairs'Kashmir Reader

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Sikh pilgrim who went missing in Pakistan found from Sheikhupura - Geo News, Pakistan


Geo News, Pakistan

Sikh pilgrim who went missing in Pakistan found from Sheikhupura
Geo News, Pakistan
Following airing of reports on media about Singh having gone missing, Razzak contacted the ETPB after which officials took Singh into protective custody, the sources said further. Singh will now be deported from Wagah border crossing at 10am on Tuesday ...
Missing Sikh pilgrim found from friend's residence in SheikhupuraDaily Times

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SC query on importance of turban irks Sikh bodies - India TV


India TV

SC query on importance of turban irks Sikh bodies
India TV
The Supreme Court's query on the importance of turban in Sikhism has irked the religious sect. The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has asked the apex court not divulge in the religious matters, while Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management ...
Sikh bodies upset over SC remarks on turbanTimes of India
More than 500 Aucklanders try on turbans as Sikh community moves to debunk mythsTVNZ
Two British photographers are stirring up the conversation around the turbanGQ India
Legal Desire News Network (press release) (blog) -Hindustan Times
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