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50th Wedding Anniversary

50th Wedding Anniversary

Ishwar Bhai and Lalita Ben Patel, owners of the iconic Ambika Foods grocery store on Victoria Drive, celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary with family and friends at a party in Richmond.

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Indo-Canadian Driver Convicted In Fatal Hit-And-Run

Indo-Canadian Driver Convicted In Fatal Hit-And-Run

Jagjit Singh Basra was convicted of failing to stop his vehicle and offer assistance after a motor vehicle accident causing death. Basra’s sentencing is set for Sept. 11.
NEW WESTMINSTER — An Indo-Canadian driver from Surrey who struck and killed a man along a rural stretch of Fraser Highway in 2010 has been found guilty of [...]

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Indo-Canadian Blueberry Farmer On Hook For $300,000 In Damages

Indo-Canadian Blueberry Farmer On Hook For $300,000 In Damages

Mission blueberry farm owner Nachhatter Singh Jhulley and Jeremy MacKay got into an altercation 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. MacKay was awarded about $297,000 in damages.
MISSION – An fight on an Indo-Canadian-owned Mission blueberry farm [...]

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Indian Student Dies In Toronto

Indian Student Dies In Toronto

MUMBAI – A 24-year-old Indian student, studying in USA, on Sunday died at Toronto in Canada due to fever, family members said.
Salman Abdul Rehiman was the son of C H Abdul Rehman, general secretary of Indian Union Muslim League, Mumbai committee.
Salman was studying in Buffalo city of United States and planning to return to India [...]

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Diaspora Floods Indian Missions Abroad With 60,000 Distress Complaints

Diaspora Floods Indian Missions Abroad With 60,000 Distress Complaints

NEW DELHI – Indians living abroad filed over 60,000 complaints of harassment, sexual and physical abuse as well as other grievances with the country’s missions over the past four years, while the most instances were reported in the Gulf and none in Pakistan, government data show.
A large number of people also complained against the country’s [...]

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Sikh Generousity!

Sikh Generousity!

The Sikh Community Kitchen volunteers were out in full force in their bi-weekly drive to feed the homeless in East Vancouver at Main and Hastings. Sharing and caring are at the core of Sikh philosophy so its great to see community volunteers living up to the high values of the Sikh religion!

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Richmond’s Highway To Heaven Is The Epitome Of Canadian Multiculturalism

Richmond’s Highway To Heaven Is The Epitome Of Canadian Multiculturalism

Richmond is a great model of multiculturalism. Our No. 5 Road is home to more than twenty prominent places of worship. Some of the world’s major religions – Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism – are well represented on this Highway To Heaven. The presence of some very impressive places including a mosque, a gurdwara [...]

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Concerned Activist Dharam Paul Pushes For Clean Environment

Concerned Activist Dharam Paul Pushes For Clean Environment

SURREY – Dharam Paul (Dave) Kajjal, a professional engineer and a dedicated activist in Vancouver, has been living in Vancouver since 1988.
What Kajjal, who worked as a former IES commissioned officer in India, admires about Canada the most is health care and clean environment.
However, Kajal is concerned about the pressures on health care system and [...]

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Helping Children

Helping Children

The Centre for Child Development, which serves the needs of Special Needs children in the Surrey-Langley-Delta-White Rock area, recently held an Open House to unveil their Phase 2 renovation and expansion campaign.

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Big Canada Day Celebrations!

Big Canada Day Celebrations!

An estimated one million people celebrated Canada’s 148th anniversary at the 28th Annual Canada Day at Canada Place on Wednesday. Celebrations were also held in Surrey at the Cloverdale grounds and also at Sunset Community Centre in South Vancouver. This year’s Canada Place event featured a full day of free family fun, highlights of which [...]

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