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Surrey Delta Volleyball Club wins Punjabi-American Tournament

Surrey Delta Volleyball Club wins Punjabi-American Tournament

SALEM – Surrey Delta Volleyball Club won the Salem Punjabi-American Community organized annual volleyball tournament on September 20. This tournament is considered the best event in USA held by the Punjabi community. The Surrey Delta Volleyball Club, who have been champions for the last three years, maintained their high level superiority and beat California club […]

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Sikh, Hindu Leaders To Share Stage With Pope

Sikh, Hindu Leaders To Share Stage With Pope

NEW YORK – Two prominent Sikhs and a Hindu community leader were among a select group of inter-faith leaders who participated in a prayer led by Pope Francis at the 9/11 memorial during his first visit to the US as Pope. Professor (University at Buffalo) Satpal Singh and his daughter Gunisha Kaur alon with Uma […]

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Surrey Sisters Join the CIBC Run For The Cure Committee To Support women living With Breast Cancer

Surrey Sisters Join the CIBC Run For The Cure Committee To Support women living With Breast Cancer

The Run For the Cure takes place Sunday, October 4, 2015 in Bear Creek Park. SURREY – Sisters, Ravneet and Inderpreet (Isha) Ghotra, joined the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure as the Promotions Coordinators in Surrey. This volunteer opportunity allows them to raise awareness about breast cancer and to encourage fundraising […]

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Ontario Sikhs To Build New Gurdwara

Ontario Sikhs To Build New Gurdwara

TORONTO – Hundreds of Sikhs gathered at a ceremony for the start of construction of a new gurdwara in Guelph city, Ontario, according to news reports. “The ceremony marked the beginning of a building process that starts now (Monday) and should take about nine months to complete,” Guelph Mercury newspaper quoted Ravi Rai, spokesperson for […]

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Muslim Boy Handcuffed For Making Clock Is Guest At Google Fair

Muslim Boy Handcuffed For Making Clock Is Guest At Google Fair

HOUSTON – Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old Muslim schoolboy, who was arrested last week in the U.S. after his homemade clock was mistaken for a bomb was the surprise guest at the fifth annual Google Science Fair in California. Ahmed, a Sudanese-American engineering enthusiast from Irving in Texas who captured the most attention of all never […]

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Conservatives Propose Maple Lead Awards For “New Stock” Canadians

Conservatives Propose Maple Lead Awards For “New Stock” Canadians

TORONTO – Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced this week that a re-elected Conservative government will introduce a special “Maple Leaf” designation for immigrant or “new stock” (after Harper used “old stock” during the debate last week that many found offensive) Canadians who foster social, cultural and economic links between Canada and other countries. “We’re lucky […]

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Punjabi Singer KS Makhan’s Associate Gets 6 Years For Drug Smuggling

Punjabi Singer KS Makhan’s Associate Gets 6 Years For Drug Smuggling

Hardev Sahota, whom the Province newspaper reported is an associate of Makhan, was convicted of attempting to smuggle two kilograms of heroin hidden in the false bottom of a suitcase through Vancouver International Airport five years ago. VANCOUVER – An Associate of well known Punjabi singer K. S. Makhan, who became a turbaned Sikh more […]

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Trudeau Liberals To Invest In Canadian Culture And Middle Class Jobs

Trudeau Liberals To Invest In Canadian Culture And Middle Class Jobs

MONTREAL – A Justin Trudeau Liberal government will reinvest in our cultural and creative industries, to create jobs, grow the economy and middle class, and strengthen our rich Canadian identity, said the Leader of the Liberal Party this week. “Canada’s cultural and creative industries are a vibrant part of our economy and our national identity. […]

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Liberals Unveil New Immigration Plan Friday Which Focuses On Family Reunification

Liberals Unveil New Immigration Plan Friday Which Focuses On Family Reunification

The Justin Trudeau Liberals unveiled their new immigration plan which focuses on family reunification and one which they say will bring real change to Canada’s immigration system because it is focused on compassion, economic opportunity. BRAMPTON – The Justin Trudeau Liberals unveiled their new immigration plan which focuses on family reunification and one which they […]

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Indo-American Surgeon Kirpal Singh Leads Robot-Assisted Surgeries

Indo-American Surgeon Kirpal Singh Leads Robot-Assisted Surgeries

WASHINGTON – Indo-American surgeon Kirpal Singh has been training his peers in robotics-assisted surgery as part of a programme that draws surgeons from all over the US, a media report said. Singh, a surgeon at St Vincent Indianapolis Hospital in Illinois, has so far performed about 450 operations using the $2 million da Vinci robot. […]

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