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Let Us Wish A Very Successful Visit Of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau To India

Let Us Wish A Very Successful Visit Of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau To India

Unfortunately, for some time, a hide and seek game between the Friends of India in BC and Ontario, the so-called separatist elements and the Indian and Canadian  establishments has been going on.  Recently, the ethnic media here picked up a story from the Outlook Magazine in India which has shown Prime Minister Trudeau with Sikh […]

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Legendary BC Politician And Premier Dave Barrett Remembered By His Protege Former Premier Glen Clark

Legendary BC Politician And Premier Dave Barrett Remembered By His Protege Former Premier Glen Clark

Dave Barrett left an impressionable mark with the young Glen Clark, who would enter the political arena himself a decade later to represent the same riding as the legendary BC politician and the two would remain close friends for decades. Clark recalled when he stepped down as Premier in the late 1990s it was Barrett […]

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Canada’s Immigration Minister Says Commitments To Reuniting Spouses Quicker Have Been Met

Canada’s Immigration Minister Says Commitments To Reuniting Spouses Quicker Have Been Met

The Sponsorship process improvements have led to backlog reduction and shorter processing times which had built up under the previous Conservative government which made spousal reunification a lengthy affair. MISSISSAUGA – Over the past year, the Government of Canada has made significant improvements to the spousal sponsorship process, making it faster and easier for Canadians […]

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South Asian Man From Surrey Shot And Killed In Langley

South Asian Man From Surrey Shot And Killed In Langley

IHIT confirmed that 23-year-old Tarek Ali Al-Romeshi of Surrey was the victim of homicide.  It is still early in the investigation but investigators believe Al-Romeshi’s murder was targeted. Corporal Frank Jang of IHIT says, “There are people who knew Mr. Al-Romeshi that may have information that could help us solve his murder.  I urge these […]

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New Surrey Program Aims To Shatter Glamourized Image Of Gangs

New Surrey Program Aims To Shatter Glamourized Image Of Gangs

SURREY –  A new anti-gang presentation tailor-made for Surrey  is providing localized information on gangs and drugs that is hitting home with students, parents, educators, and newcomers. This past fall, Surrey RCMP’s Gang Enforcement Team (SGET) launched “Shattering the Image”, a new presentation that shares the true story of gang life in Surrey and its […]

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Malaysian NRI Beats Death Row Charge And Wins Acquittal In Singapore

Malaysian NRI Beats Death Row Charge And Wins Acquittal In Singapore

The man was arrested after he entered Singapore with three black bundles of heroin hidden in his motorcycle. SINGAPORE – In a rare case, an Indian-origin Malaysian on death row in Singapore for possessing drugs has been acquitted by the country’ apex court. According to the judgement on Tuesday, Gopu Jaya Raman successfully proved that […]

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BHANG & GANJA: Cannabis Was Neither A Sin Or Crime In The Land Of Lord Shiva

BHANG & GANJA: Cannabis Was Neither A Sin Or Crime In The Land Of Lord Shiva

  By Suresh Kurl  {Dedicated to Lord Shiva & His Devotees} I have hard time recalling ever lighting up a joint or even a leftover roach, though I grew up in India in a culture where the use of Cannabis (Bhang/Ganja) was neither a sin nor a crime. Historically speaking, this bounty of nature has […]

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LOL: Punjab CM Amarinder Singh Now Wants To Meet Trudeau And Have Meaningful  Talks

LOL: Punjab CM Amarinder Singh Now Wants To Meet Trudeau And Have Meaningful  Talks

He said that Trudeau’s ministers had categorically disassociated themselves from the Khalistani separatists. AMRITSAR – Punjab chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Saturday said he is looking forward to have meaningful talks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during his six-day India visit starting February 17. The CM, who was in Amritsar to pay respects […]

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1984 MASSACRE OF SIKHS: Centre Has Told SIT To Probe Rajiv Gandhi’s Role, Says Sukhbir Badal

1984 MASSACRE OF SIKHS: Centre Has Told SIT To Probe Rajiv Gandhi’s Role, Says Sukhbir Badal

Sukhbir Badal said, “The wheels of justice have finally started moving against Jagdish Tytler as well as other perpetrators of the genocide.” Sukhbir further said the Union government has written to the SIT to investigate new facts that have emerged after Tytler’s “revelations to a TV channel that he had travelled with Rajiv Gandhi in […]

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Richmond Farmers Decry Reduction To Home Sizes!

Richmond Farmers Decry Reduction To Home Sizes!

Richmond Farmland Owners Association attended an open House hosted by City of Richmond Thursday evening and then held a protest Friday morning to decry proposed home sizes by the city. They urged all fellow farmers and Richmond residents to fill an online petition at http://bit.ly/protectrichmondfarmers and to complete survey at www.letstalkrichmond.ca  before Sunday Feb 18th […]

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