By Aranjit Cheema
As young adults graduating into life, one of the biggest challenges we face is where we will end up working – our future careers. For most of us, these discussions and thoughts begin quite early in high school, and our choices in electives impact our post-secondary choices and job opportunities.
This is why I [...]
By Aranjit Cheema
BRAMPTON – While kabaddi has been a dominant summer sport in the Indo-Canadian community, it is now being implemented in Brampton’s schools and enjoyed by students in Ontario.
Peel District School Board Trustee, Harkirat Singh and Brampton City Councillor Gurpreet Dhillon are encouraged to see the youth getting behind this traditional sport.
“Though it was a lot [...]
British Sikhs Call For Mature Political Leadership To Unite A Divided Country After It Votes To Leave EU
LONDON – Following United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union, what is immediately required in the interests of Britain is economic and political stability to reassure markets, said a press release by the Sikh Federation UK, adding that the financial and housing markets have already seen some large shocks.
“Hence we welcome Prime Minister David [...]
NEW DELHI – Hindus in Pakistan’s Sindh province are protesting the sale of shoes inscribed with sacred religious symbol ‘Om’ and described the actions of shopkeepers selling them as “unfortunate” and “blasphemous”.
The patron-in-chief of the Pakistan Hindu Council (PHC), Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, said that they have lodged protests with the Sindh government and local authorities [...]
NEW YORK – Researchers led by an Indo-American scientist have developed a software that can turn any smartphone into an eye-tracking device, a discovery that can help in psychological experiments and marketing research.
In addition to making existing applications of eye-tracking technology more accessible, the system could enable new computer interfaces or help detect signs of [...]
By Dr. Kala Singh
June 15th is Elder Abuse Awareness Day so in this article I will discuss Elder Abuse. Elder Abuse is prevalent in all communities. In our culture sometimes young couples bring their elderly parents from India for baby-sitting, but do not like their advice or interference in their personal life, leading to [...]
VANCOUVER – Protesters held hands in front of the Trump tower in Vancouver in opposition to Donald Trump’s assertions that the LGBT community supports his plans regarding Muslims entering the U.S., reported CBC News
Dozens of people from Vancouver’s LGBT and Muslim communities held hands in front the city’s Trump International Hotel & Tower to protest [...]
WASHINGTON – US President Barack Obama on Tuesday denounced the Senate’s failure to pass gun control measures in the aftermath of the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, saying “the senate has failed the American people”.
Obama took to Twitter to say that the Senate failed the American people and that gun violence requires more than moment [...]
SURREY - Prominent Real Estate Project Manager, Bobby Pawar has been elected as the President of PICS Society Board of Directors at Progressive Intercultural Community Services Society’s (PICS) Annual General Meeting on June 19 at PICS Seniors Housing in Surrey.
Three new Board of Directors - Abby Gemino, Stan Smith and Parm Boparai – were approved [...]
This is the third year of Punjabi classes at India Cultural Centre of Canada Gurdwara Nanak Niwas (#5 Road) in Richmond. The year- end function took place on Sunday, June 19. The students shared with their parents, grandparents and members of the Gurdwara Management Committee what they had learned during the year. On behalf of [...]