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The World Needs Guru Nanak’s Universal Message

The World Needs Guru Nanak’s Universal Message

By Dr. Sawraj Singh
Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh religion, was a great humanitarian. He had the broadest vision among the entire visionaries and was one of the strongest advocates for a global community. His concept of a global community is all-inclusive. SARBAT (everybody) includes all human beings, all living organisms, and non-living [...]

October 31st, 2014 | Posted in Breaking News, Editorial, International, Link News, News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Extremist Killers Of Two Canadian Soldiers This Week Both “Caucasian Guys” Gone Bad

Extremist Killers Of Two Canadian Soldiers This Week Both “Caucasian Guys” Gone Bad

HOME GROWN “WHITE TERRORISTS”?

You won’t see killers – Michael Zehaf-Bibeau and Martin Couture-Rouleau – of two Canadian soldiers this week, described as “White Canadians” by the mainstream media, or two individuals dealing with mental issues who somehow became extremists as the mainstream media is only interested in linking them to the Western governments’ Narrative [...]

October 24th, 2014 | Posted in Breaking News, Crime, International, Lead Story, Link News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Consumerism Not Only Can’t Make Us Happy But Is The Leading Cause Of Unhappiness

Consumerism Not Only Can’t Make Us Happy But Is The Leading Cause Of Unhappiness

By Dr. Sawraj Singh
The Pope continued his campaign of reviving the universal values of spirituality by attacking consumerism which is synonymous with western capitalism and suggesting an alternate life style to consumerism. The Pope said that consumerism generates anxiety. I feel anxiety is the main problem of the modern man.
The Pope suggested the universal [...]

October 24th, 2014 | Posted in Breaking News, Editorial, International, Link News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Dalai Lama To Visit South Vancouver’s John Oliver High School

Dalai Lama To Visit South Vancouver’s John Oliver High School

VANCOUVER – The Dalia Lama will visit South Vancouver’s John Oliver High school next week when he lands in Vancouver on October 21.
The Dalai Lama is expected to join four students on-stage in the gymnasium while visiting the school. “They will talk about what it means to educate the heart,” Victor Chan told the Georgia [...]

October 17th, 2014 | Posted in Breaking News, International, Link News, Link VIP'S, News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Our Shared Heritage Is Based More On Philosophy Than History

Our Shared Heritage Is Based More On Philosophy Than History

By Dr. Sawraj Singh
A community has two identities, philosophical and historical. It has a shared history. However, it also has a shared philosophy which can be broadly defined as a shared outlook toward life .Out of the two, philosophy, should always be put above history. A community may have a shared history like belonging to [...]

October 17th, 2014 | Posted in Breaking News, Editorial, International, Link News, News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

“Experienced’ McCallum Takes A Decisive Lead In Surrey Civic Campaign, Says Poll

“Experienced’ McCallum Takes A Decisive Lead In Surrey Civic Campaign, Says Poll

Forty Eight Percent Of Surrey Residents Are Undecided And They Hold The Key To Who Will Win?

The poll, conducted by Insights West from October 3-6 shows that among the decided 52 percent of the voters –  40 per cent say it’s McCallum, followed by Hepner (32 per cent) and Rasode (21 per cent), both [...]

October 15th, 2014 | Posted in Breaking News, Link News, News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Canada Appoints Indo-Canadian As Its New High Commissioner To India

Canada Appoints Indo-Canadian As Its New High Commissioner To India

Nadir Patel’s appointment was announced on Friday by foreign affairs minister John Baird and international trade minister Ed Fast.
TORONTO – Canada’s new high commissioner to India Nadir Patel is an Indo-Canadian career public servant, one who was born in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s state of Gujarat and speaks Gujarati at home.
Patel is barely 44. [...]

October 14th, 2014 | Posted in Breaking News, International, Link News, Link VIP'S, News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

Indo-Canadian Teen Killed In Abbotsford Last Week May Have Known His Killer But Police Deny Such Claims

Indo-Canadian Teen Killed In Abbotsford Last Week May Have Known His Killer But Police Deny Such Claims

Sources told the The LINK  that the young victim  Harwindip Singh Baringh in the Abbotsford shooting may have known his killer but Abbotsford police are not confirming anything. We had reported that the a young man known to Baringh had accompanied him to the place where Baringh was shot and killed but police have denied [...]

October 12th, 2014 | Posted in Breaking News, Crime, Link News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »

South Asian Man Robbed And Stabbed To Death In Calgary

South Asian Man Robbed And Stabbed To Death In Calgary

CALGARY – A South Asian man was robbed and fatally stabbed Wednesday night in Calgary.
Calgary Police Service has released a surveillance video still of a suspect car and descriptions of two possible suspects in connection with the fatal stabbing of Masqood Ahmed, reported CTV Calgary
The victim was taken to hospital where he later died. An [...]

October 12th, 2014 | Posted in South Asian | Read More »

Western Democracy Is Not Government Of The People, By The People And For The People

Western Democracy Is Not Government Of The People, By The People And For The People

Western Democracy’s Only Purpose Now Is To Serve Capitalism!
Generally, we hear western democracy being defined as a Government of the people, by the people and for the people. However, the bitter truth is that under western democracy, the government is of the capitalists, by the capitalists and for the capitalists.

By Dr. Sawraj Singh
Generally, we [...]

October 10th, 2014 | Posted in Breaking News, Editorial, International, Link News, News, South Asian, Top News | Read More »