The annual Republic Day celebrations this year around the world were a special occasion with the state visit of US President Barak Obama to India and the mood was patriotic and upbeat at the Vancouver celebrations which again took place at the Indian Consulate office downtown on Monday and were presided by Acting Consul General [...]
Nearly 80% of India’s population lives in the villages. In Punjab alone, there are close to 13,000 villages. Every village has its own unique character and speciality. Same goes for my own place of birth Pharwala. Located in Jalandhar district, Pharwala , a village of about 2,000 residents is about five kilometers north east from [...]
Hormones have a habit of creating havoc on teens. Shock waves engulf an otherwise normal family in The Boy Next Door. Get ready for goose bumps throughout this Universal Pictures thriller now causing chaos aT Cineplex Odeon cinemas around B.C.
Hot off her “controversial” presentation opposite globe inspired bad boy Jeremy Renner at this year’s Golden [...]
VANCOUVER – The Indo-Canadian dominated West Coast Express ball hockey team will be departing on Monday (February 2nd) for Pilsen, Czech Republic to represent Canada in the sport of ball hockey at the Pilsen Challenge Cup.
The Pilsen Challenge Cup is a tournament for ball hockey club teams from different countries. The West Coast Express Ball [...]
NEW YORK – Apple made more money in the last quarter than ever before, by selling more of its costliest iPhones ever. And it’s not about to ease up — Apple Watch is shipping out in April.
The Cupertino, California-based company sold 34,000 iPhones (6 and 6 plus) every hour, posting a net profit of $18.0 [...]
BEIJING – China’s yuan has become one of the five most widely used currencies in global payments, an international financial transactions agency announced on Wednesday.
The yuan passed the Canadian and Australian dollars in popularity in December, according to the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication, which provides communications between financial institutions and companies. It said [...]
All devotees are cordially invited at Hindu Cultural Society and Community Center of B.C.(3885 Albert St Burnaby) to participate in Sai Lakshacharan Japa and Bhajans Saturday February 7th , 2015 at 5.00p.m.
Program 5.15 to 6.15 Bhajan/Kirtan 6.30 to 7.15 Sai Japa and 7.30 P.M. Priti Bhojan
Contact: Rajubhai Parekh 604-327-8259; Vijaybhai Dayal 604-986-5958; Kantibhai Patel 604-522-7989;Temple [...]
Progressive Intercultural Community Services (PICS) Society announced the launch of its new program: PICS Kids Club. PICS Kids Club is for students in grade k-12 who need a little extra help with their school work and studies. The tutoring sessions are $20/hour and they run every Wednesday between 3:30pm to 5:30pm at PICS Society head [...]