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U.S. Ambassador Rakesh Verma Walks Down Memory Lane In Punjab

U.S. Ambassador Rakesh Verma Walks Down Memory Lane In Punjab

JALANDHAR – It was a trip down memory lane for U.S. Ambassador Richard R. Verma, whose visit to his maternal grandmother’s house in Punjab turned emotional. As he stepped in the house in the narrow lane of Basti Sheikh in old Jalandhar, now owned by couple Rakesh Gupta and Priya Gupta, his immediate response was: […]

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Police Seeking Help To Identify Suspects In Taxi Cab Robberies

Police Seeking Help To Identify Suspects In Taxi Cab Robberies

SURREY – Surrey RCMP’s Robbery Unit is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying suspects involved in a series of taxi cab robberies that occurred this past month. Since April 3rd, Surrey RCMP has responded to five separate robberies of taxi cab drivers within the Guildford area of Surrey. Although investigators have not been able to […]

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New Zealand Sikh Who Removed Turban To Help Injured Child Gets Surprise Reward

New Zealand Sikh Who Removed Turban To Help Injured Child Gets Surprise Reward

AUCKLAND – A Sikh man in New Zealand who removed his turban to aid a boy struck by a car received worldwide praise — and then an unexpected bonus. The Good Samaritan, Harman Singh, said he “wasn’t thinking about the turban” when he saw that a child was bleeding on the ground following an accident […]

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Engagement Celebrations!

Engagement Celebrations!

Simran Minhas and Amrit Pangli celebrated their engagement with friends and family at a party in Vancouver.

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New BC Container Trucking License Regulations Announced

New BC Container Trucking License Regulations Announced

VANCOUVER – Following provincial amendments to the Container Trucking Regulation on May 13 2015, BC Container Trucking Commissioner Andy Smith is proceeding with 4 announcements that will commence oversight over all drayage licenses. The announcements are as follows: 1)    Release of the finalized provincial rates of pay 2)    Release of audit guidelines 3)    Amendments to […]

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Akal University Fundraiser 2015 Marks Another Year Of Success

Akal University Fundraiser 2015 Marks Another Year Of Success

SURREY – The 6th annual Kalgidhar Society fundraiser took place on Saturday May 23th at Surrey’s Grand Taj Banquet Hall.  This yearly event has quickly become a must attend event for hundred of British Columbians with many of them marking their calendars well in advance in anticipation. The 2015 master of ceremony Rina Kaur Chawla […]

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Christy Clark Government Increasingly Seen As Negative, Says New Poll

Christy Clark Government Increasingly Seen As Negative, Says New Poll

VANCOUVER – Are you happy with the way the provincial government is dealing with education? How about housing or heath care? British Columbians give low marks to the Liberals when it comes to several important issues, including LNG and education. There’s also been a marked drop in support for the government in the category of […]

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Skinnyroti Does It Again!

Skinnyroti Does It Again!

Harj Hadani (Parmar), aka Skinnyroti, has done it again by placing first in her class at the BCABBA provincial bodybuilding championships last weekend. Not only she topped her class but also won the overall bikini title. She is now qualified to compete at Nationals with Team BC and a step closer to earning her pro-card. […]

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Indo-British Businessman Vanishes In After Landing In Amritsar

Indo-British Businessman Vanishes In After Landing In Amritsar

LONDON – Ranjit Singh Power has not been heard from since he landed for a business trip in India on May 7. Power owns the Grade-II listed Ramada Park Hall Hotel on Park Drive, Goldthorn Park, Wolverhampton. The 54-year-old family man, who grew up in Tettenhall and still lives in the area, has now been […]

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Veteran Indo-Canadian Cop Takes Command Of Surrey RCMP’s Newton District Office

Veteran Indo-Canadian Cop Takes Command Of Surrey RCMP’s Newton District Office

SURREY – An Indo-Canadian officer has taken command of Surrey RCMP’s Newton district office in an area with a large Indo-Canadian-South Asian population. Sergeant Parmvir (Parm) Prihar has become the new District Commander for the detachment’s Newton District Office, located at 7235 137th Street. Sergeant Prihar brings 21 years of policing experience to Newton, with […]

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