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With crime having become the number one election issue in Surrey, those running in the current civic election are jumping to get on aboard. This week finally Linda Hepner and her Surrey First...

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NEW DELHI – Despite PM Stephen Harper flatly telling India that he cannot do anything against Sikhs propagating peacefully for a Sikh homeland in India called Khalistan, Indian officials continue to push their...

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SURREY – Kalwinder “Kal” Dosanjh has been tough as nails all his life, growing up in Delta as a young Sikh kid who kept his hair and had to deal with the bullies....

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Rasode Boosts Crime Safety Credentials With High Profile “Crime-Fighter” Dosanjh! “I’m in this to work for my community and my larger community of Surrey,” said Dosanjh, a beloved Vancouver Police...

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PERMINDER CHOHAN – THE DEFINITION OF SUCCESS! “It was a great experience to be party of Brian Tracy’s network of successful people and a great learning experience,” Chohan told the LINK, adding that he...

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There had been much made on social media that Saroops (Sikh Holy Books) of Guru Granth Sahib sent by the SGPC and sponsored by a Sikh family from Melbourne, Australia that somehow it...

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ABBOTSFORD – A drive-by shooting in Abbotsford left a young man dead, who sources out of Abbotsford say is an Indo-Canadian in his late teens Homicide investigators in the Lower Mainland have been busy...

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RICHMOND – Olympian Arjan Bhullar’s mother Sal Bhullar threw her hat in the political ring on Monday, announcing her intention to run for Richmond council inside the Bhullar family training facility where the...

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Homicide investigators in the Lower Mainland have been busy of late with murders taking place all over the lower mainland and now in the Fraser Valley with this latest killing of young Indo-Canadian...

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Although she had announced that she was seeking the Surrey mayor’s chair in the upcoming civic election, councillor Barinder Rasode made it official last Saturday with an announcement at Surrey’s SFU campus where...

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SURREY – The LINK reported recently on how the Canadian Radio-Television Commission (CRTC) was being pressured by existing CRTC licensed stations RJ1200 and RedFM to close down so-called rogue Punjabi radio stations originating...

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Take Part In BMO Marathon! »

Take Part In BMO Marathon! Registration for the 2015 BMO Vancouver Marathon is now available online at bmovanmarathon.ca. This season’s field is expected to be upwards of 18,000 runners, with each event capped...

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Modi Meet! »

Modi Meet! Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird and Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade, met with Indian PM Narendra Modi to discuss international security and the expanding bilateral relationship...

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China Suspects American Hand Behind HK Protests »

China Suspects American Hand Behind HK Protests BEIJING – Accusing the US of “manipulating” the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, China claimed that an American official, who was linked to the Tibetan and Xinjiang’s separatist...

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Dalai Lama To Visit South Vancouver’s John Oliver High School »

Dalai Lama To Visit South Vancouver’s John Oliver High School VANCOUVER – The Dalia Lama will visit South Vancouver’s John Oliver High school next week when he lands in Vancouver on October 21. The Dalai Lama is expected to...

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Diwali – The Festival Of Lights »

Diwali – The Festival Of Lights Diwali that means rows of lights is referred to as the festival of lights. It falls on the last day of the last month of the Lunar Calendar....

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Kashmir Cop Wins UN’s International Female Peacekeeper Award »

Kashmir Cop Wins UN’s International Female Peacekeeper Award UNITED NATIONS – An Indian police inspector from Jammu and Kashmir has been named recipient of a prestigious international female peacekeeper award by the UN’s police division for...

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Surrey Drive-By Shooting Targets Newton House »

Surrey Drive-By Shooting Targets Newton House SURREY – A Newton area home as riddled with bullets after a targeted drive by shooting in the in the 12100-block of 82nd Avenue. Surrey RCMP are investigating after...

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“Experienced’ McCallum Takes A Decisive Lead In Surrey Civic Campaign, Says Poll »

“Experienced’ McCallum Takes A Decisive Lead In Surrey Civic Campaign, Says Poll SURREY – The man known simply as “Doug Paaji” in the South Asian-Punjabi community in Surrey, former Surrey mayor Doug McCallum, who is the only candidate with an...

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Surrey’s Kaden Manji Fundraising Through The Variety’s Kid Champions Program »

Surrey’s Kaden Manji Fundraising Through The Variety’s Kid Champions Program BURNABY – Beginning October 1st, Surrey’s Kaden Manji will be fundraising to help children who have special needs through the Variety’s Kid Champions program. Formerly known as the Kids...

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No Arrests Yet In The Murder Of Abbotsford Indo-Canadian Teen »

No Arrests Yet In The Murder Of Abbotsford Indo-Canadian Teen ABBOTSFORD – The LINK reported last week after sources in Abbotsford told us that the young Indo-Canadian drive-by shooting victim have known his killer. But Abbotsford police in an...

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Scientists Find Evidence Of Consciousness After Death »

Scientists Find Evidence Of Consciousness After Death LONDON – Life after death? Awareness may continue even after the brain has shut down completely, according to the largest ever medical study into near-death and out-of-body experiences. Scientists...

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BC Premier And Punjab Chief Minister Agree To Set Up Big Annual Vancouver Punjabi Mela »

BC Premier And Punjab Chief Minister Agree To Set Up Big Annual Vancouver Punjabi Mela

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and BC Premier Christy Clark agreed to cooperate on a number...

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Addressing Youth Violence Is An Ongoing Effort By South Asian Community »

Addressing Youth Violence Is An Ongoing Effort By South Asian Community

Since its arrival in Canada 125 years ago, the South Asian community, despite so many road blocks,...

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Girl Power »

Girl Power

Global Girl Power invited community members and other leaders for change who came together for an inspiring...

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Canada Appoints Indo-Canadian As Its New High Commissioner To India »

Canada Appoints Indo-Canadian As Its New High Commissioner To India

TORONTO – Canada’s new high commissioner to India Nadir Patel is an Indo-Canadian career public servant, one...

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Indo-Canadian Couple Identified In Ontario Murder Suicide That Left Three Dead »

Indo-Canadian Couple Identified In Ontario Murder Suicide That Left Three Dead

BRAMPTON – Police in the Toronto suburb of Brampton have identified a Indo-Canadian couple among the three...

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Italian nurse Accused Of Killing Up To 38 Patients Says She Found Them Annoying »

Italian nurse Accused Of Killing Up To 38 Patients Says She Found Them Annoying

ROME – Police in Italy are investigating whether a nurse could have killed up to 38 people...

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On The Campaign Trail! »

On The Campaign Trail!

Vancouver cop-turned politician Detective Kal Dosanjh is hitting the grindstone hard on the campaign trail to top...

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Longshoremen Donate $41,502 To Vancouver Children’s Hospital »

Longshoremen Donate $41,502 To Vancouver Children’s Hospital

SURREY – It’s hard to imagine that it was only four years ago that the campaign to...

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SANSAD Lauds Nobel Peace Prize Winners »

SANSAD Lauds Nobel Peace Prize Winners

VANCOUVER – The Nobel Peace Prize, which has been discredited by its recent awards to such entities...

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Racists In Surrey Out In Full Force To Deface Election Signs Featuring Indo-Canadian Candidates »

Racists In Surrey Out In Full Force To Deface Election Signs Featuring Indo-Canadian Candidates

SURREY  – Racists in Surrey targeted Indo-Canadian candidates running in the current civic election by spray painting...

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NDP Says B.C. Liberals Fail On Promise To Make Schools Earthquake-Safe »

NDP Says B.C. Liberals Fail On Promise To Make Schools Earthquake-Safe

VANCOUVER – Christy Clark and the B.C. Liberals have failed to seismically upgrade a number of B.C....

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Indian PM Modi Impressed By Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg »

Indian PM Modi Impressed By Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg

NEW DELHI – Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on Friday met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. who was...

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India Continues To Push Canada On “Khalistan Radicals” And Canada Listening Somewhat »

India Continues To Push Canada On “Khalistan Radicals” And Canada Listening Somewhat

NEW DELHI – Despite PM Stephen Harper flatly telling India that he cannot do anything against Sikhs...

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Racism Still Runs Rampant In BC With Chinese And South Asians Bearing The Brunt Of Racial Abuse »

Racism Still Runs Rampant In BC With Chinese And South Asians Bearing The Brunt Of Racial Abuse

VANCOUVER  – Despite BC’s celebrated diversity, racism still runs rampant in the province with Chinese and South...

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Our Shared Heritage Is Based More On Philosophy Than History »

By Dr. Sawraj Singh A community has two identities, philosophical and historical. It has a shared history. However, it also has a shared philosophy which can be broadly defined as a shared outlook toward life .Out of the two, philosophy, should always be put above history. A community may have a shared history like belonging to...

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Our Shared Heritage Is Based More On Philosophy Than History

Flipkart Claims Billion Hits, Buyers Feel Cheated On Discounts »

BANGALORE – India’s largest e-retailer Flipkart claimed to have got a billion hits for its special sales offer, but millions of buyers felt cheated on its discounts, as they alleged the prices quoted were higher, even as its portal crashed during the day. “The prices printed in its advertisements in leading newspapers on many electronic products...

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Flipkart Claims Billion Hits, Buyers Feel Cheated On Discounts

Dalai Lama To Visit South Vancouver’s John Oliver High School »

VANCOUVER – The Dalia Lama will visit South Vancouver’s John Oliver High school next week when he lands in Vancouver on October 21. The Dalai Lama is expected to join four students on-stage in the gymnasium while visiting the school. “They will talk about what it means to educate the heart,” Victor Chan told the Georgia...

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Dalai Lama To Visit South Vancouver’s John Oliver High School

VIFF Opens With Wild And Then Tame Reception At Vancouver Club »

By R. Paul Dhillon VANCOUVER – The 2014 edition of the Vancouver International Film Festival kicked off Thursday night with the gala screening of Oscars hopeful “Wild,” starring Reese Witherspoon and directed by Canada’s top export to Hollywood Jean-Marc Vallée. The LINK could not get into the screening due to heavy demand for tickets as Wild...

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VIFF Opens With Wild And Then Tame Reception At Vancouver Club

Western Democracy Is Not Government Of The People, By The People And For The People »

Western Democracy’s Only Purpose Now Is To Serve Capitalism! Generally, we hear western democracy being defined as a Government of the people, by the people and for the people. However, the bitter truth is that under western democracy, the government is of the capitalists, by the capitalists and for the capitalists. By Dr. Sawraj Singh Generally, we hear...

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Dalai Lama To Visit South Vancouver’s John Oliver High School

Dalai Lama To Visit South Vancouver’s John Oliver High School »

VANCOUVER – The Dalia Lama will visit South Vancouver’s John Oliver High school next week when he lands in Vancouver on October 21. The Dalai Lama is expected to join four...

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Our Shared Heritage Is Based More On Philosophy Than History

Our Shared Heritage Is Based More On Philosophy Than History »

By Dr. Sawraj Singh A community has two identities, philosophical and historical. It has a shared history. However, it also has a shared philosophy which can be broadly defined as a...

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Corruption is in every human being: Aamir Khan

Corruption is in every human being: Aamir Khan »

Bollywood actor-producer Aamir Khan Saturday said corruption is an evil that every human being needs to weed out of his or her system to have a larger impact on the country’s...

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