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  1. So as you guys probably know I live in a congested, tier-A1 metro city of India where some of the richest and poorest people co-exist . I am from a middle-class though and only live in a 1-BHK apartment with my family . But last evening with a casual chat with a school friend , came to knew he has migrated to toronto , ontario lol. He has the same education as me, and same age as me . I was left wondering what I was doing and why I wasn't trying hard to migrate to canada. I don't know whether I should continue with a relatively comfortable life here in india or immigrate. Hence I am
  2. When the UK eventually brexists and leaves the European Union in 2019 the closet UK like and english speaking nation would be Ireland which would be remanining in the EU. Many British Sikhs who want to be part of the EU may want to relocate and migrate to the republic of Ireland. So does anyone what is the viability of doing so? Are there many Sikhs in ireland? Are there Gurdwara's there? What are the employment prospects for ethnic/religious minorities?
  3. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3627218/French-man-arrested-125kg-explosives-Ukraine-planned-carry-attacks-Euro-2016-angry-mass-immigration-spread-Islam.html
  4. Buta Singh hadnt eaten in days, and his body felt like it was vibrating with hunger as he sat up on his bunk bed and watched the prison guards storm in. The guards rounded up two dozen or so young men, all of them, like Singh, immigrants from the Indian state of Punjab. There was someone there to see them. Unbeknownst to Singh, the visitor was a representative from the Indian government. As he shuffled after the guards in his baggy navy-blue uniform the uniform hed been wearing for 10 months, issued by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Singh wondered whether the visitor was some high
  5. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3277229/German-mayoral-candidate-stabbed-neck-targeted-support-refugees.html German mayoral candidate stabbed in the neck after being targeted 'because of her support for refugees' Mayoral candidate for German city Cologne, Henriette Reker, was stabbed Police said a 44-year-old man sprang on her as she campaigned in the city An aide was seriously injured, while three others received minor injuries Ms Reker has been instrumental in organising accommodation for refugees By Imogen Calderwood For Mailonline Published: 17:36, 17 October 2015 | Updated: 00
  6. Withdrawal Monday of services at 15 of Canada’s largest visa processing centres abroad. It started from April, was a rotating strike, starting today strike fully in effect. http://www.rcinet.ca/en/2013/07/26/government-and-diplomats-discussions-on-binding-arbitration-fall-apart/
  7. The method is known as the "Surinder Singh route", named after an historic court case. It involves leaving the UK and working in the EEA for about three months. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-23029195
  8. Source: http://www2.macleans.ca/2013/02/02/welcome-to-my-world/ The article sheds some light on the dealings of Jason Kenney, Canada's Minister of Citizenship, Immigration, and Multiculturalism, with the Sikh community. It also gives insight into what Minister Jason Kenney really thinks about the 1984 Sikh Genocide and the Sikh movement for Khalistan. Some parts of the article innacurately describe the details of the Vaisakhi "celebration". There were no people dancing, the "traditional Indian beat" is likely referring to the dhol used for gatka, and there was definitely no chicken present.
  9. The Sikh Coalition, a US based community group, has launched FlyRights, an innovative mobile application that allows users to report instances of airport profiling in real time. Reports filed through the FlyRights app will be considered official, actionable complaints by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the group said. "FlyRights creates a novel marriage between technology and civil rights activism. It is the first and only mobile application created to combat racial profiling at airports," the coalition said. The appl
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