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Thank You Prime Minister Justin Trudeau For Finally Committing To An Official Apology For The Komagata Mau Tragedy

Thank You Prime Minister Justin Trudeau For Finally Committing To An Official Apology For The Komagata Mau Tragedy

April 11 Was A Great Day For The Entire South Asian Community And May 18 Will Be An Even Greater Day!
By Balwant Sanghera
Thanks to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his government that a dark chapter in Canadian history will finally have a closure on May 18. Monday, April 11 was a great day for the [...]

April 15th, 2016 | Posted in Breaking News, Editorial, International, Lead Story, Link News, Link VIP'S, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Bhagat Singh’s Revolutionary Legacy Can Awaken The Consciousness Of Our Youth

Bhagat Singh’s Revolutionary Legacy Can Awaken The Consciousness Of Our Youth

By Dr. Sawraj Singh
Bhagat Singh was, is, and will remain a great hero for the masses. Today we really need to awaken the consciousness of our people, particularly the youth, because consumer culture has consumed their consciousness. It has made their lives one-sided. This has weakened their consciousness and has made their material aspect dominant. [...]

April 1st, 2016 | Posted in Breaking News, Editorial, International, Link News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Improving Cuba-U.S. Relations: America Should Change Its Policy From Containment To Engagement

Improving Cuba-U.S. Relations: America Should Change Its Policy From Containment To Engagement

By Dr. Sawraj Singh
Obama became the first U.S. President to visit Cuba after 1959 (after the Cuban Revolution). The last U.S. President to visit Cuba was Calvin Coolidge, who went to Cuba in 1928, 88 years ago. It took him three days travelling by ship compared to about 3 hours for Obama’s plane. This may [...]

March 24th, 2016 | Posted in Breaking News, Editorial, International, Link News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

India: Real Development Or Showpieces For Display?

India: Real Development Or Showpieces For Display?

By Dr. Sawraj Singh
Sometimes I feel that we are creating more showpieces for display rather than having real development. I think real development takes into consideration priorities of the society and it tries to address needs of the majority of the population. On the other hand, showpieces serve the interests for small elite; those are [...]

March 18th, 2016 | Posted in Breaking News, Editorial, International, Link News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Consumerism Is Fattening Up Punjabis

Consumerism Is Fattening Up Punjabis

By Dr. Sawraj Singh
I have been writing for the last many years that Punjab has become a bastion of consumerism after the Green Revolution. Eventually, this unearned title has led Punjab to become an epicenter of obesity. A recent survey has shown that Punjab has more obese people than any other state in India. Another [...]

March 11th, 2016 | Posted in Breaking News, Editorial, International, Link News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

For Jats Of Haryana and Jatts Of Punjab – Agriculture Is No Longer A Viable Profession

For Jats Of Haryana and Jatts Of Punjab – Agriculture Is No Longer A Viable Profession

By Dr. Sawraj Singh
Globalization is the highest state of imperialism, in which culture and technology are used to enslave other countries and nations along with capital. It will be no exaggeration to say that culture becomes the main instrument of enslavement. Globalization does not want people to stay grounded in their base. It creates conditions [...]

March 4th, 2016 | Posted in Breaking News, Editorial, Link News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

After Harming Punjab, The Green Revolution Is Making Farmers Poorer In Sub-Saharan Africa

After Harming Punjab, The Green Revolution Is Making Farmers Poorer In Sub-Saharan Africa

By Dr. Sawraj Singh
It took many years to become aware of the damage to Punjab by the Green Revolution. In the sixties and the seventies, many people thought that the Green Revolution succeeded in Punjab and Punjab made a lot of progress as a result. They felt that the Green Revolution brought prosperity to Punjab. [...]

February 26th, 2016 | Posted in Editorial, International, Link News, News, Punjab Link, Top News | Read More »

U.S. Falls Behind Other Developed Countries In Life Expectancy

U.S. Falls Behind Other Developed Countries In Life Expectancy

By Dr. Sawraj Singh
In a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. came much behind 12 other developed countries. These countries included Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the U.K. Among men, the life expectancy in 2012 was 76.4 years in the U.S., [...]

February 19th, 2016 | Posted in Breaking News, Editorial, International, Link News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Asia Becoming Arena for Confrontation After American Defeats In Europe And Middle East

Asia Becoming Arena for Confrontation After American Defeats In Europe And Middle East

By Dr. Sawraj Singh
It is becoming clear that America and the NATO have suffered defeats in Europe and Middle East. As the dust settles in Ukraine and Syria, we can clearly see who won and who lost. Russia has emerged as a clear winner in both countries. For all practical purposes, America has conceded defeat [...]

February 5th, 2016 | Posted in Breaking News, Editorial, International, Link News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Accumulation Of Wealth Further Widens The Gap Between The Rich And The Poor

Accumulation Of Wealth Further Widens The Gap Between The Rich And The Poor

By Dr. Sawraj Singh
The statistics released by Oxfam ahead of the Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, show that accumulation of wealth and the gap between the rich and the poor continues to widen. The wealthiest 62 people own as much as the poorer half of the world’s population (3.5 billion). Their wealth has [...]

January 29th, 2016 | Posted in Editorial, International, Link News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »