Love Jihad: Sikh Parents' Fear of Their Children Dating Muslims
Seventy years after the partition of India, Islamophobia is still common among British Sikhs and Hindus. Often it's left unspoken, but rears its head when it comes to interfaith relationships.
VICE Exclusive: Government Accused of Covering Up British Role in Indian Massacre
The UK government is hiding almost a third of historic files that could shed light on SAS involvement in an Indian crackdown on Sikhs.
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Meet Guru Nanak FC, The Football Club Bridging The Divide Between the Punjab and Gravesend
While one might imagine that there is a significant cultural gulf between India and suburban Kent, Guru Nanak FC have done much to forge a bond between the two. Now a multicultural football club, they have their roots in the local Sikh community.
Inside the World’s Largest Free Kitchen
At the Sikh Golden Temple in Amritsar, India, nearly 100,000 people eat here on an average day—and not a single one of them will pay for the food they consume.
Nadim Roberts and Rutwij Devashrayee
Why Isn't the Government Doing More to Tackle Anti-Sikh Discrimination?
In 2016, 20 percent of Sikhs experienced public discrimination.
Is There Really a Media Blackout on Sikh Deaths in India?
Over the weekend, Jagmeet Singh interrupted <i>Sunday Morning Live</i> to talk about the killings of two Sikh youths during a peaceful protest, sparking online fury about a lack of media coverage. I had a chat with Singh about the complaints.