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Why Western Countries Are Inciting Anarchy In Other Countries?                           

Why Western Countries Are Inciting Anarchy In Other Countries?                           

By Sawraj Singh In many non western countries, particularly in the third world countries, we see anarchic conditions. Many people, particularly the middle class in these countries is fleeing to the western countries. We see this happening in Hong Kong, Bolivia and in Punjab. The main reason for this phenomenon is the falling fertility rates […]

November 18th, 2019 | Posted in Link Columnist | Read More »

Sangha Sisters Help UBC Bring Home U Sports Championship

Sangha Sisters Help UBC Bring Home U Sports Championship

BURNABY – The Sangha sisters of Burnaby were instrumental in helping UBC bring home the U Sports soccer championship last weekend in Victoria. The Burnaby-based Anisha and Janika Sangha, in their second season together as members of the University of B.C. Thunderbirds soccer team, were big contributors to the championship run that ended with a […]

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OBITUARY – Bakhshish Singh Bains

OBITUARY – Bakhshish Singh Bains

It is with sadness that the Bains family announce the passing of Bauji Bakhshish Singh Bains on November 8, 2019 at the age of 95 of Village Possi, District Hoshiarpur residing in Vancouver, B.C.  A beloved Father of 4 Daughters, Surinder/ Steven Mahil, Baljinder Bains, Nina/Mike Toor and Bina/Saf Sandhu and a loving Grandfather of […]

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Kiran Dhesi Murder Accused Ordered Back To Court In January

Kiran Dhesi Murder Accused Ordered Back To Court In January

Five members of the same family are charged in connection with Bhavkiran Dhesi’s murder in August 2017. SURREY – Five people accused in the murder of Indo-Canadian teen Bhavkiran “Kiran” Dhesi, who was killed in August 2017, will be back in court in January  after they made brief appearances in Surrey Provincial Court Wednesday morning […]

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Indo-British Anti-Brexit Campaigner Launches Tactical Voting Site To Stop Conservatives From Winning Majority

Indo-British Anti-Brexit Campaigner Launches Tactical Voting Site To Stop Conservatives From Winning Majority

LONDON – An Indo-British prominent anti-Brexit campaigner, who has won landmark legal cases to establish the supremacy of UK Parliament in the process for Britain’s exit from the EU, launched a new tactical voting site on Sunday to give electorate information ahead of the December 12 General Election.   Gina Miller, a businesswoman and campaigner […]

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Celebration Of Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s 550th Parkash Purb Held At #5 Road Gurdwara

Celebration Of Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s 550th Parkash Purb Held At #5 Road Gurdwara

By Balwant Sanghera India Cultural Centre of Canada Gurdwara Nanak Niwas, 8600 #5 Road, Richmond, BC, Canada celebrated  Guru Nanak Dev ji’s Parkash Purb (Birth Anniversary) on Tuesday, November 12 with a great deal of enthusiasm. The Sangat started pouring into the Gurdwara from early morning and kept the pace throughout the day. As the […]

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Over 1,400 UK Academics Support Cambridge Scholar Who Was Asked To Leave Country

Over 1,400 UK Academics Support Cambridge Scholar Who Was Asked To Leave Country

Dr Asiya Islam’s application for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) was refused by the UK Home Office last week on the grounds that she had been out of Britain for longer than the stipulated period for such an application. LONDON – Over 1,400 academics from leading British universities and more from across the globe have […]

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Satpula

Satpula

  By Ashok Bhargava   We know faith wins over facts intention over intent desire over reason   still we look for the obvious but unseen   mind a curious diver retrieves a trough of lost treasures of Satpula   in the afternoon sun the buffalos chew at eternity   * Satpula (seven bridges) is […]

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Should Punjab Celebrate Trudeau’s Victory                                          

Should Punjab Celebrate Trudeau’s Victory                                          

By Dr. Sawraj Singh Punjabi youth took more interest in the Canadian elections than they take in the Punjab elections. Their main interest was to see the party which favors liberal immigration policies wins the elections. Not only Trudeau who favors liberal immigration policies won the elections, his minority government will be supported and sustained […]

November 11th, 2019 | Posted in Link Columnist | Read More »

PICS Wins 5th Annual Inclusive Employer Award 2019

PICS Wins 5th Annual Inclusive Employer Award 2019

SURREY – Progressive Inter-Cultural Society (PICS) was recipient of the 2019 Inclusive Employer Award in the Not-for-Profits category at the 5th Annual Inclusive Employer Awards, organized by the Rotary Club of Surrey which was held on October 24th at the Surrey Arts Centre. It was a celebration in recognition of employers who are making a […]

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