Sikh Temple Of Wisconsin

  • Gurudwara shooting: US promises 'thorough' probe August 10, 2012

    New Delhi: Promising a "thorough" probe by FBI into Wisconsin Gurudwara shooting in which six Sikhs were killed, US Ambassador Nancy Powell has said that anyone found involved in the incident will be brought to justice. "Our Federal Bureau of Investigation is leading the investigation; though the news suggests this was...
  • Oak Creek Mayor assures protection of gurudwara August 9, 2012

    Washington: Voicing regret over the shooting incident at a Wisconsin gurudwara that killed six Sikh worshippers, Oak Creek Mayor Steve Scaffidi briefed Indian envoy to the US, Nirupama Rao, about the measures he would put in place to upgrade the security at the shrine. During a meeting with Rao, who was...
  • US gurudwara shooter's motive unknown, say police August 8, 2012

    Wisconsin: The investigation that was initiated into the massacre in a gurudwara in Wisconsin in the USA where six people were killed before the gunman, Michael Page, was shot dead has not yet revealed the motive behind the killings. According to the police, no tell-tale writings or note was left...
  • Gurudwara shooting: FBI rules out involvement of 2nd person August 7, 2012

    Washington: Hours after releasing photo of "a person of interest" in the Wisconsin Gurudwara shooting incident, the FBI has ruled out involvement of the second suspect saying the shooting was carried out by the lone gunman Wade Michael Page. The second person was interviewed by the FBI before being cleared by...
  • Gurudwara gunman had ties with racist groups August 6, 2012

    New York: The 40-year-old US Army veteran who went on a rampage inside a Wisconsin Gurudwara and killed six people, had ties to racist groups due to which he was being tracked by civil rights organisations. Wade Michael Page was shot and killed by a police officer in the parking lot...
  • Does wearing a turban makes a Sikh a target of hate crime in US? August 6, 2012

    Sikhs in the United States are grieving and angry. They have been at the receiving end of hate crime since 9/11. ...
  • Evidence suggests US gurudwara shooting a hate crime August 6, 2012

    The man suspected of shooting and killing six people at a gurudwara near Milwaukee in Wisconsin, USA, has been identified as a former Army soldier Wade Michael Page, say US media reports. ...
  • 'US gurudwara shooting seems like a hate crime' August 6, 2012

    US Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee Convenor said police are investigating it like domestic terror. ...
  • Will talk to Clinton on gurudwara shooting: SM Krishna August 6, 2012

    I would like to assure the Sikh Community that their places of worship will be protected at all costs, External Affairs Minister SM Krishna said. ...
  • US gurudwara shooter identified as Michael Page August 6, 2012

    New York: The man suspected of shooting and killing six people at a gurudwara near Milwaukee in Wisconsin, USA, has been identified as a former Army soldier Wade Michael Page, say US media reports. Sources say he was an Army veteran who may have been a white supremacist. Page was reduced...
  • US gurudwara shooter may have been in Army August 6, 2012

    New York: 1:50 pm: Reports from CNN say that the gunman who killed six people and was then himself shot dead at a US gurudwara may have been an Army veteran. Quoting sources, CNN says the gunman, who was killed by police, may have been a white supremacist. His name...
  • US gurudwara shooting: 7 dead, FBI begins probe August 6, 2012

    New York: A deadly shooting in a gurudwara in Oak Creek in the state of Wisconsin has left six people dead. The gunman identified as a white male was killed by a police officer who responded to the 911 call. Three people including the police officer were critically injured and...