Articles about Transportation Security Administration

American teenager makes film on Sikh Trailblazer Gurinder Singh Khalsa

13 Feb 2019

World
American teenager makes film on Sikh Trailblazer Gurinder Singh Khalsa

An 18-year-old girl in the US has made a short film SINGH based on a true story of an Indian-American Sikh philanthropist, Gurinder Singh Khalsa, whose campaign forced the authorities in the US to change their policy towards turban of the Sikh community.

US: Sikhs distribute gift cards, Indian food to TSA employees

29 Jan 2019

World
US: Sikhs distribute gift cards, Indian food to TSA employees

The Sikh community of Indiana State in the US distributed Indian food and gift cards to the employees of the federal Transportation and Security Administration who haven't received their pay checks due to the partial government shutdown lasting for a record over 35 days.

Canadian minister asked to remove turban at Detroit Airport

11 May 2018

World
Canadian minister asked to remove turban at Detroit Airport

Navdeep Bains, the minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development of Canada was asked to remove his turban at Detroit Airport, sparking a row.

US govt. shutdown: How services will get affected

20 Jan 2018

World
US govt. shutdown: How services will get affected

Almost half of the two million civil federal government workers in the US have been placed on "furlough" and will be barred from doing their jobs from Monday owing to the US government shutdown.

US: Flyers will now face stricter checks for electronics

01 Aug 2017

World
US: Flyers will now face stricter checks for electronics

American travelers flying to, from and within the country are set for tougher security measures at airports.