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Man Gunned Down In Surrey Last Friday Identified As Indo-Canadian

Man Gunned Down In Surrey Last Friday Identified As Indo-Canadian

Police Say Despite Having No Criminal Record Satwant Singh Bains Was Targeted! According to police, 35-year old Satwant Singh Bains said good-bye to his wife and kids before heading off to work. He walked out his door, entered his vehicle and moments later was shot and killed while seated in his vehicle on the driveway. […]

October 28th, 2013 | Posted in Lead Story, News, Top News | Read More »

Murderous US Regime Says Drone Killings Are “Lawful”

Murderous US Regime Says Drone Killings Are “Lawful”

Would They Be Lawful Or Effective If A ForeignRegime Did The Mass Civilian Killings On US Soil? Pakistani Prime MinisterNawaz Sharif has demandedan end to the drone attacksand two eminent rights bodyreleased reports allegingthat the drone attacks haveresulted in large scale civiliancasualties and by doing so UShas violated international law. WASHINGTON – The Obamaadministration has […]

October 26th, 2013 | Posted in International | Read More »

India Has 13 Million Slaves

India Has 13 Million Slaves

NEW DELHI – Slavery, a systemunder which people aretreated as property -bought andsold, and are forced to work,existed since the time immemorial.Today, there are still an estimatedof almost 30 million slavesworldwide in spite of its illegalitiesin every country. Accordingto a global slavery index recentlyreleased, many of the victimswho are trafficked by gangs forsex work, unskilled […]

October 26th, 2013 | Posted in International | Read More »

Finally Accepting Nobel!

Finally Accepting Nobel!

Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s Nobel Peace Prize laureate, finallycollects the European Union’s 1990 Sakharov Prize for humanrights from European Parliament chief Martin Schulz inStrasboug, France, on Tuesday.

October 26th, 2013 | Posted in International | Read More »

Acquitted Rapist In India Molests The Same Victim Outside Court Following Vedict

Acquitted Rapist In India Molests The Same Victim Outside Court Following Vedict

NEW DELHI – A man wasWednesday acquitted of rapecharge but the victim in the casealleged she was molested outsidethe court by the acquittedman and his brother.Abhay Singh, 27, brother ofArvind Singh, 24, acquitted ofrape charge by the court ofadditional district judge AlkaMalik, was detained for allegedlymolesting the complainant.The victim, 28, had filed a complaintof rape […]

October 26th, 2013 | Posted in International | Read More »

Drone Attack Killings In Pakistan Clearly “War Crimes”

Drone Attack Killings In Pakistan Clearly “War Crimes”

WASHINGTON – PakistanPrime Minister Nawaz Sharifprepared for a testing meetingwith US President BarackObama on Wednesday fortifiedby a human rights report thatsaid some of the Americandrone strikes on the country wastantamount to “war crimes.”The report by AmnestyInternational and Human RightsWatch, coming on the heels ofwhistleblower accounts of egregiousspying by Washington onits allies, puts the US on […]

October 26th, 2013 | Posted in International | Read More »

Amnesty Slams Civilian Deaths By Drone Attack Killings In Pakistan Clearly “War Crimes” US Drone Strikes In Pakistan

Amnesty Slams Civilian Deaths By Drone Attack Killings In Pakistan Clearly “War Crimes” US Drone Strikes In Pakistan

The US has carried out nearly 400 drone attacks inPakistan’s restive tribal districts along the Afghan bordersince 2004, killing between 2,500 and 3,600 people.(File Photo) ISLAMABAD – The UnitedStates should end the secrecysurrounding its drone campaignin Pakistan and bring thoseresponsible for illegal strikes tojustice, Amnesty Internationalsaid on Tuesday.The rights group said thereappeared to be no […]

October 26th, 2013 | Posted in International | Read More »

Spying Between Friends ‘Just Not Done’, Says German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Spying Between Friends ‘Just Not Done’, Says German Chancellor Angela Merkel

BRUSSELS – GermanChancellor Angela Merkel,reportedly the target of USsnooping on her mobile phone,said on Thursday that suchconduct between friends wasunacceptable.”Spying between friends, that’sjust not done,” Merkel said asshe arrived for a two-dayEuropean Union summit wherethe growing spy scandal hashijacked the agenda.”I said that to US PresidentBarack Obama when he cameto Berlin and again on thephone […]

October 26th, 2013 | Posted in International | Read More »

22 Sailors Of US Ship Caught With Weapons Being Shifted To Chennai’s Puzhal Prison

22 Sailors Of US Ship Caught With Weapons Being Shifted To Chennai’s Puzhal Prison

CHENNAI – Twenty two of the 35 foreignsailors on a US ship, who werelodged in the Palayamkottai prison inTirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu, arebeing shifted to the Puzhal prison inChennai for “security reasons”.A senior prison official said, “Whenevera foreign national is arrested in connectionwith any case, he or she will be shiftedto the Chennai prison. […]

October 26th, 2013 | Posted in International | Read More »

India Questions U.S. Dominance Over Critical Internet Resources

India Questions U.S. Dominance Over Critical Internet Resources

NEW DELHI – India expressed reservationsover control of critical internetresources like allocation of domainnames by a US contracted entity, sayingthis cannot really be reflectiveof the internationalcharacter or community ofinternet users.Deputy National SecurityAdvisor Nehchal Sandhusaid internet has become aglobal phenomenon andtherefore its managementmust reflect this universalityand diversity.Sandhu said under the existinginstitutional architecturefor internet governance, theInternational Corporation […]

October 26th, 2013 | Posted in International | Read More »