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Anger Can Be A Dangerous Emotion, Like Raging Flames That Can Burn One To The Core

Anger Can Be A Dangerous Emotion, Like Raging Flames That Can Burn One To The Core

By Zile Singh Ambassador(Retd.) “Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured.”- Mark Twain Let us understand Anger in its right perspective. Anger is a basic human emotion that is experienced by all people at different times and  […]

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Trudeau-Led Liberals Still At The Top But Approval Ratings For Leader And Party Slipping, Says New Poll

Trudeau-Led Liberals Still At The Top But Approval Ratings For Leader And Party Slipping, Says New Poll

“He was at stratospheric levels for the first year or so of his mandate [with] approval ratings of over and above 60 per cent. Today, it’s at the 50 per cent mark,” explains Angus Reid pollster Shachi Kurl with Angus Reid. “As a politician, [that is] still a pretty high number — one that most […]

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The Princely States Of Punjab Contributed 50,000 Soldiers To World War-1

The Princely States Of Punjab Contributed 50,000 Soldiers To World War-1

The princely states, including Patiala, Kapurthala and Faridkot, contributed 50,000 men to the WW-1, of whom 18,500 served overseas where 1,634 were killed or went missing; they received 689 gallantry awards By Manraj Grewal Sharma In Punjab, it’s remembered as the “wadi ladai” (the big war). The World War-1 fought by the British India continues […]

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South Asian Store Manager Charged In Alleged Edmonton Lottery Fraud

South Asian Store Manager Charged In Alleged Edmonton Lottery Fraud

EDMONTON – Edmonton police have charged a South Asian convenience store manager in connection to alleged lottery fraud that started in 2012. The Edmonton Police Service Economic Crimes Section has charged Hassan Karim Choudhry, 31, with fraud over $5,000. Police said Choudhry manipulated the accounting system at the convenience store he managed, for lottery payouts […]

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Could The Opening Of The Parq Be The Catalyst For Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson To Land Amazon

Could The Opening Of The Parq Be The Catalyst For Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson To Land Amazon

On his Twitter account, the Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson said his city is interested in landing the tech hub. “Great news! Amazon would be fantastic addition to Vancouver’s world-class innovation ecosystem,” Robertson wrote. It was under Robertson’s leadership that luxury entertainment destination hotel and gaming Parq Vancouver, which has it’s grand opening on Friday, has come to […]

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Indo-Canadian Playwright’s New Work Happy Place To Debut This Diwali

Indo-Canadian Playwright’s New Work Happy Place To Debut This Diwali

“This is one of those plays that I think everyone has to see at least once. Or preferably twice, so as to really hear all the nuances in playwright and performer Pamela Mala Sinha’s snappy, fast-paced writing.” Mooney on Theatre (Toronto) VANCOUVER – Touchstone Theatre’s debut fall production is play by an Indo-Canadian playwright called […]

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Pakistan Tells US That Hafiz Saeed and The Haqqani Network Were “US Darlings”

Pakistan Tells US That Hafiz Saeed and The Haqqani Network Were “US Darlings”

Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif, who is attending the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly, added: “Don’t blame us for Haqqanis or don’t blame us for the Hafiz Saeeds. These were the people who were your darlings just 20 to 30 years back. They were being dined and wined in the White House and […]

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Internet Hails Ontario Groom For Saving Boy From Drowning

Internet Hails Ontario Groom For Saving Boy From Drowning

Clayton Cook and his bride Brittany Cook were posing for their post-wedding pictures in Ontario’s Victoria Park last Friday when he spotted a young boy struggling in the pond. TORONTO – If a wedding day is about creating memories, these newly-weds may have added an extra-special one to cherish for keeps. A groom in Canada’s […]

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Flying Sikh Milkha Singh’s Dream Comes True With A Madame Tussauds Wax Statue Unveiling

Flying Sikh Milkha Singh’s Dream Comes True With A Madame Tussauds Wax Statue Unveiling

Milkha Singh, the legendary athlete, have found a place in the famous Madame Tussauds gallery. His wax statue was unveiled in Chandigarh Tuesday. CHANDIGARH – The 1958 Commonwealth Games in Cardiff, Wales, is one of the most memorable sporting outings for the legendary athlete Milkha Singh. He scripted the history by becoming the country’s first […]

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Poll Says Canadian Entrepreneurs Divided Over Impact Of Proposed Small Business Tax Changes

Poll Says Canadian Entrepreneurs Divided Over Impact Of Proposed Small Business Tax Changes

TORONTO  – As Prime Minister Trudeau’s government doubles down on plans to change the way Canadian small business owners are taxed, entrepreneurs themselves are divided on the potential impacts of two of the most significant amendments – a divide driven largely by the size of their own ventures, and the amount of risk their businesses […]

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