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Free Oral Cancer Screening!

Free Oral Cancer Screening!

  The Rotary Club of Surrey-Newton organized a free Oral Cancer Screening camp for the local community at the Pacific Oral Health Centre in Surrey. The event was organized with the help of BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program and the Pacific Oral Health Centre, Surrey. Doctors and health professionals from University of British Columbia and […]

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Anti-Immigration And Anti-Globalization Sentiments Push Angela Merkel To A Futile Victory

Anti-Immigration And Anti-Globalization Sentiments Push Angela Merkel To A Futile Victory

By Dr. Sawraj Singh The recent victory of Angela Merkel in the German elections looks more like a defeat than a victory. Her party got the lowest number of votes in seventy years. She cannot form a government on her own, and will have to make a coalition government with parties with whom she has […]

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Poetography by Ashok Bhargava

Poetography by Ashok Bhargava

 

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Surrey Teachers Visit Richmond’s Highway To Heaven!

Surrey Teachers Visit Richmond’s Highway To Heaven!

Richmond’s Highway to Heaven is a very popular place for visitors. In this context, India Cultural Centre of Canada Gurdwara Nanak Niwas is usually on top of the list for visitors not only from Metro Vancouver but also from all across Canada. This Monday, September 25, it was an honour for the Management Committee of […]

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British Muslim Man Convicted For Refusing To Give Phone-Computer Passwords To Airport Police

British Muslim Man Convicted For Refusing To Give Phone-Computer Passwords To Airport Police

Muhammad Rabbani, a director of Cage which was established in 2004, monitors the way security operations and anti-terror laws affect the Muslim community, was convicted of obstructing counter-terrorism police when stopped at Heathrow after refusing to hand over computer and phone passwords. LONDON – The international director of the campaign organisation Cage has been convicted […]

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B.C. Liberal Leadership Floodgates Open With Watts And Wilkinson Leading The Pack Of Wanna-Be Leaders

B.C. Liberal Leadership Floodgates Open With Watts And Wilkinson Leading The Pack Of Wanna-Be Leaders

In an interesting move, former B.C. environment minister Mary Polak is backing Wilkinson as the person who can help rebuild the Liberal party and bring it back to victory. She has history with Watts but the former Surrey civic politicians feud is well known and that’s the reason Polak decided to support a federal Liberal […]

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BCIBN’s Third Diwali Gala 2017 A Grand Success

BCIBN’s Third Diwali Gala 2017 A Grand Success

VANCOUVER – Over three hundred people including businessmen, dignitaries, community leaders and representatives from political parties attended BC-India Business Network’s 3rd Annual Grand Diwali Gala at Fairmont Waterfront Hotel on September 22, 2017. Among those who attended included Hon. Carla Qualtrough, Federal Minister of Civil Supplies and Procurement, Hon. Bruce Ralston, Minister of Jobs, Trade […]

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Sleep Deprivation Reduces Depression Symptoms In Depressed Patients

Sleep Deprivation Reduces Depression Symptoms In Depressed Patients

Partial sleep deprivation (sleep for three to four hours followed by forced wakefulness for 20-21 hours) was equally as effective as total sleep deprivation (being deprived of sleep for 36 hours). Sleep deprivation – typically administered in controlled, inpatient settings – rapidly reduces symptoms of depression in roughly half of depression patients, a new study […]

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Uber’s Troubles Continue As It Threatens To Withdraws From Quebec Over ‘Challenging Regulations’

Uber’s Troubles Continue As It Threatens To Withdraws From Quebec Over ‘Challenging Regulations’

Uber said in a statement that the “new and challenging” provincial regulations in Quebec “significantly threaten” the company’s ability to continue operating. QUEBEC – Ride-hailing service Uber will stop operating in the Canadian province of Quebec, CBC News reported citing Radio Canada. Last week, Uber said in a statement that the “new and challenging” provincial […]

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95 Companies Have Set Up Mobile Plants In India

95 Companies Have Set Up Mobile Plants In India

India is becoming a hub of electronics and mobile manufacturing, and 32 mobile plants have come up in Noida and Greater Noida, said Ravi Shankar Prasad. NEW DELHI – Information technology minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Sunday that 95 mobile manufacturing companies have set up their plants under the new government. “Today, 95 mobile […]

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