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‘Itna sannata kyun hai bhai’, Kader Khan is stone silent


Veteran Bollywood actor Kader Khan dies at 81

Veteran Bollywood actor Kader Khan dies at 81 in Toronto. The actor breathed his last in a hospital in Canada where he was living with his son and daughter-in-law for the last few years. The actor had been admitted after complaining of breathlessness and was put on a BiPAP ventilator. He was unable to talk

Toronto shooting: 2 dead including shooter

Toronto shooting: A gunman, who opened fire at a busy Toronto restaurant strip injuring at least 14 people including a young girl, has been shot dead, Canadian police said. The young girl, who had received critical injuries in the attack in the Danforth and Logan avenues area, on Sunday night has succumbed, the BBC reported.

Anti-Sikh riots: HC to deliver verdict on Sajjan Kumar's acquittal on Monday

“Khalistan will definitely be made”: Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, Sikh Community organises National Gathering in Canada Parliament about 1984

  The Sikh Community held a National Gathering at Parliament Hill Ottawa in Canada to remember the Victims of 1984 Army Assault of the Golden temple and Sacrilege of Sri Guru Granth Sahib in 2015. “We stand on the free land of Canada, pledge that we will never forget 1984, nor we will let our generations

Uber charges Toronto rider $14,400 for ride

Toronto, Dec 13, In a case of Uber surge pricing rear its ugly head to one unfortunate Canadian, a rider was charged a whopping 18,518.50 Canadian dollars ($14,400) for a 20-minute ride in rush hour in Toronto. Rider Hisham Salama took an Uber X on December 8 for a ride which would have cost him

Ex-Sikh temple head in Canada convicted of killing wife

Toronto, Nov 29, A former leader of a Sikh temple in Canada has been convicted of killing his wife by a court in British Columbia province, according to a media report. Baldev Singh Kalsi, the former president of the Brookside Sikh Temple in Surrey, has pleaded guilty to assaulting his wife that led to her

‘New tech may help charge your smartphone in seconds’

Toronto, Oct 25, You may soon be able to charge your smartphone within seconds, thanks to a novel technology developed by researchers that can significantly improve energy-storage devices known as supercapacitors. The design doubles the amount of electrical energy the rapid-charging devices can hold, paving the way for eventual use in everything from smartphones and

Boy murders his mother just to hide his truth from fiancee

Boy murders mother just hide truth fiancee. Toronto- A son killed his mother and two brothers just to hide his truth from fiancee. 36-year-old Brett Ryan had been convicted in the case of bank robbery so he was fired from the job but he had told his fiancee that he had completed his studies and

Flood warning issued for Toronto after heavy rainfall

Flood warning issued for Toronto after heavy rainfall

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS On Thursday, there were heavy rains in many parts of Canada. This rain was recorded up to 40 mm, after which environmental department officials issued a warning of a flood in Toronto.Officials said that after Thursday’s rain, many areas

Indian Passenger now will easily enter the US

Indian Passenger now will easily enter the US. WASHINGTON: After the arrival of Indian passengers to the US, there will be no problem with entry after entry and they will be able to easily enter here. This is due to the formal involvement of India’s American initiative. However, it will include only those passengers who

Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau celebrates Eid-Al-Fitr

Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau celebrates Eid-Al-Fitr

On the eid festival at the end of Ramadan, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau congratulated the Muslim community on Eid.He said that today people of Muslim community of the whole world will celebrate Eid by fulfilling their festivals. On this occasion, families, relatives and their friends gather together and pray and give each other a

Experimental Ebola vaccine found safe in humans

Experimental Ebola vaccine found safe humans result early clinical trial. Toronto, June 19 (IANS)  The researchers also found that high antibodies were present in participants six months after immunisation, indicating its potential to protect people from the deadly virus.”The results of this trial were positive and very promising,” said May ElSherif from the Canadian Centre

90 Punjabis to fly to India to campaign for AAP

90 Punjabis to fly to India to campaign for AAP

Some 90 Punjabis of Indian-origin from Canada will fly to Punjab to campaign for Aam Admi Party (AAP) in 16 of the state’s largest constituencies for the assembly elections on February 4. They will arrive in Punjab on January 19. Mavi said the Toronto area volunteers were part of a campaign that will see thousands of


Karan Johar to attend Toronto Film Festival

Mumbai: Director Karan Johar will attend the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), which is going to open on September 8. This will be Johar’s second TIFF outing. He first went to the prestigious festival in 2006 and also screened there his romantic-drama “Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna”. The 44-year-old filmmaker shared the news on Twitter

3 people are dead, 7 in hospital after fire west of Toronto

Hamilton (Canada):  Fire officials in Canada say three people are dead after an overnight fire in a city west of Toronto that began in one house and spread to another. Hamilton Fire Department spokesman Claudio Mostacci says firefighters were called to the scene at about 4:30 AM (local time) yesterday. He said 11 people were

Canadian jailed for punching, kicking Sikh

Toronto: A 22-year-old Canadian has been sentenced to 10 months in jail for punching and kicking a Sikh man in a racially motivated attack that had drawn strong condemnation from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Gabriel Royer-Tremblay, 22, was convicted of assault for punching and kicking Toronto resident Supninder Singh Khehra on a street in Quebec