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Missing High Risk Indo-Canadian Woman Has Been Found

Missing High Risk Indo-Canadian Woman Has Been Found

Jessie Khatkar, who was reported missing on August 25 and was last seen at her residence in the 10400 block of 125B Street in the evening on August 23rd, was found on Thursday.
SURREY – Jessie Khatkar, who was reported missing on August 25 and was last seen at her residence in the 10400 block of [...]

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Hindus Dominates India’s Population Survey With Near 80% Total: Census 2011

Hindus Dominates India’s Population Survey With Near 80% Total: Census 2011

The share of Sikhs fell by 0.2 percentage points to 1.7% of the population in the 2001-11 decade, while Buddhists showed a decline of 0.1 percentage points to 0.7% of the population. There was no significant change in the proportion of Christians and Jains, who make up 2.3% and 0.4% of the population, respectively.
NEW DELHI [...]

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End of Summer Punjabi School!

End of Summer Punjabi School!

The Akali Singh Sikh Society’s summer Punjabi school held their year-end function with an awards function. Classes are held in Punjabi instruction, Sikh religion, music and computers.

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Young Indo-Canadian Boxer To Battles World’s Best And Returns With Success And Heartbreak

Young Indo-Canadian Boxer To Battles World’s Best And Returns With Success And Heartbreak

SURREY – Young Indo-Canadian boxer Eric Basran recently returned from an international tournament riding an emotional roller coaster of success and heartbreak.
Basran, 16, was competing at the 15th-Annual Ringside World Championships in Kansas City Missouri, a tournament that attracts boxers from around the world, reported Surrey Leader newspaper.
This year’s event, held from Aug. 3-8, featured [...]

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‘Desi Hoppers’ Become First-Ever Indian Team to Win World Of Dance Trophy

‘Desi Hoppers’ Become First-Ever Indian Team to Win World Of Dance Trophy

MUMBAI — Indian troop ‘Desi Hoppers’ made the nation proud by winning the World of Dance championship held in Los Angeles. They received a trophy along with a cheque of $5,000.
The group of dancers from across the nation beat 14 countries in the final and became the first-ever Indian crew to win the championship.
The crew [...]

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Kids Play Soccer!

Kids Play Soccer!

The Kal Dosanjh-led Kids Play Youth Foundation partnered up with BC Tigers Soccer Club to bring to the community one of the largest soccer tournaments of the year. It was a two day tournament held at Newton Athletic Park on August 1st and 2nd. More than 1000 players took part in the tournament from numerous [...]

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New Hindu Temple

New Hindu Temple

A new Hindu temple is coming up on Marine Way next to the Hare Krishna temple in Burnaby. Recently BJP mouthpiece and controversial rightwing speaker Subramaniam Swami, who was accused of speaking against Muslims at a function at the Surrey Hindu temple during his visit, also visited the new Mandir site.

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PICS Has Been Serving The Community For 28 Years

PICS Has Been Serving The Community For 28 Years

Progressive Intercultural Community Services Society (PICS) stands out as one of the most prominent organizations that has been serving our community for more than 28 years. Dr. Gharib Singh Pannu, co-author of PICS Reflections printed in 2012 on the 25 th anniversary of this community service provider, captured its mission and accomplishments very well in [...]

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Latest Shooting In Surrey Injures One Man As Police Investigate

Latest Shooting In Surrey Injures One Man As Police Investigate

SURREY – RCMP in Surrey are investigating yet another shooting in the municipality that left one injured.
The incident occurred at approximately midnight near the intersection of 132 Street and 113B Avenue within the Whalley area. Police were called to the scene by a witness, who saw a group of men violently assaulting a man.
Before police [...]

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Sikh Ride From Mission To Surrey Was A Wonderful Experience

Sikh Ride From Mission To Surrey Was A Wonderful Experience

I had the opportunity to participate in the first annual Sikh Spirit Ride on August 15th from Mission to Surrey. Haven’t been on my bike since our Cycling4Diversity event last May all I say is my biking muscles need a bit of pedaling. Overall, I had a wonderful time and met lots of wonderful riders [...]

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