Mission blueberry farm owner Nachhatter Singh Jhulley got into a fight with his tenant Jeremy MacKay on April 24, 2011, during which MacKay received a significant blow to the head with a metal pole. He was sent to hospital for treatment and claims to now have permanent headaches, dizziness, balance problems, and fatigue. MacKay was [...]
THE 1983 STUNNER: BALWINDER SINGH SANDHU
“The game has changes drastically but I believe for the better as there are a lot of exciting elements and the fans love it,” Indian bowling legend Balvinder Singh Sandhu told The LINK. “The players are also making more money. I remember when we won the world cup, the Board [...]
By Dr. Sawraj Singh
Bobby Jindal, the Governor of Louisiana, who is of Indian origin, just announced his candidacy for the Republican Primary for the next American Presidential election. Jindal has made opposition to hyphenated Americans a cornerstone of his policy. He wants to do away with terms such as Irish-Americans, Indian-Americans or Polish-Americans. All Americans [...]
WASHINGTON – While the world celebrated the first International Yoga Day June 21, over 20 million Americans have already been practicing the ancient Indian meditative exercise, fueling the whopping $27 billion yoga industry in the country.
Years ago when the U.S. was first introduced to the 5,000-year-old Indian physical, mental and spiritual practice that aims to [...]
The much hyped International Day of Yoga, brought in by yoga-loving Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was mostly a bust in Vancouver as participants largely stayed away. Both the Plaza of Nations and UBC Yoga events were a wash out with little attendance even though Indian TV comedy king Kapil Sharma made an appearance at [...]
PARIS – The National Security Agency of the United States spied on French presidents Jacques Chirac, Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande, whistleblower website WikiLeaks said on Tuesday, citing top secret intelligence reports and documents.
The claims were first reported in French daily Liberation and news website Mediapart, which said the NSA spied on the presidents during [...]
SURREY — An Indo-Canadian taxi driver was stabbed and robbed in Whalley early Sunday morning.
Shortly before 6 a.m. Sunday, Satnam Bahia was sitting in his taxi outside the 7 Eleven at the intersection of 144th Street and 108th Avenue in Surrey and reading a newspaper, reported CTV news.
A young man smoking a cigarette rapped on [...]
SURREY – The shootings spree in Surrey seems to have no end as the 38th reported shooting in the city in the early hours of Friday morning sent two people to hospital.
Neighbour Monica Narula told CBC news that around 1 a.m. PT, she heard four gunshots on Iona Place, near 123A Street. She said about [...]
SURREY – Surrey school trustees have voted themselves a four per cent raise.
They claim the pay hike they say is justified considering the workload involved in helping run the largest school district in the province or it could be there is no opposition so they can bloody well do as they please.
The increase in the [...]
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau will be coming to Surrey on Monday, June 29th at 5:30 pm for a Meet and Greet event at the Taj Park Convention Centre (formerly the Bear Creek Banquet Hall). “I am pleased that Justin Trudeau is returning to Surrey to help me launch my summer campaign season”, said Sukh Dhaliwal. [...]