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Hate-crime: It is Punjabi versus Punjabi in Canada, now

Hate-crime: It is Punjabi versus Punjabi in Canada, now

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): The opposition is on rise in Canada against the immigrants Indian students. In socially, the Punjab origin Canadian citizens have begun to stop their houses on rent to immigrated students, especially Punjabis. In the to-let websites, the Punjabi are mentioning warning in their advertisements, which written in English-Punjabi, that ‘International students ate Kutte

Kanishka bombing 'single worst terrorist attack': Trudeau

Kanishka bombing ‘single worst terrorist attack’: Trudeau

OTTAWA: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has described the 1985 Air India bombing as the ‘single worst terrorist attack’ in the country’s history as he paid tributes to the 329 victims of the Kanishka Flight 182 which was blown off mid-air. “On this day in 1985, Canadians awoke to news that defied belief, and left

Delegation of Punjab invited NRI’s to invest in Punjab

Delegation of Punjab invited NRI’s to invest in Punjab

Melbourne/Ludhiana(14 June) : – Businessman Gaurav Gulati and Praveen Gulati organised a felicitation ceremony in Gulati Homes , Melbourne where R.K Verma (Principal Secretary, Industries and Commerce ) , Pawan Dewan (PPCC General Secretary ) and Sunil Dutt (PPCC Secretary) were honoured. Satti grewal ,Sr Vice President Indian Overseas Congress Australia were also present in this

Seven Punjabis elected MPPs in Ontario, PC Party sweeps provincial polls

Seven Punjabis elected MPPs in Ontario, PC Party sweeps provincial polls

TORONTO: This time seven Punjabis, who have won the Ontario Provincial Parliament elections held on June 7, 2018, contested the provincial Assembly polls for the first time. Prabhmeet Singh Sarkari from Brampton South, Amarjot Singh Sandhu from Barampton West, Param Gill from Milton, Neena Tangri from Mississauga, Deepak Anand from Malton (all from PC Party)

Indian eatery blast: Canadian police hunt for 2 suspects

Indian eatery blast: Canadian police hunt for 2 suspects

Indian eatery blast: Canadian police hunt for 2 suspects TORONTO: Police in Canada were on Saturday looking for the two suspects who detonated a powerful bomb inside an Indian restaurant in Ontario province, leaving 15 people injured, media reports said. The two suspects with their faces covered entered the Bombay Bhel restaurant late on Thursday night, dropped

Investigation into Grewal's India trip invite begins

Investigation into Grewal’s India trip invite begins

OTTAWA: The federal ethics commissioner is formally investigating whether a Liberal MP from Brampton broke Parliament’s conflict of interest code by inviting a construction executive who pays him for legal services to events with Canadian officials during the prime minister’s trip to India earlier this year. Commissioner Mario Dion said he decided to launch an inquiry