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Midweek Headlines – October 29 

  1. Though the Financial Accountability Officer has mentioned the sale of Hydro One will adversely affect Ontario budget, Premier Kathleen Wynne insists on privatising it to generate funds for infrastructure and transit needs. Many are questioning about its impact on residents.
  2. A Brampton male cyclist lost his life when a speeding car hit him and ran away.
  3. As the Ontario government was being asked to produce a $2.5 million fund receipt, the teacher’s union has agreed to provide one.
  4. Though Bombardier Inc has shown losses of $4.9 million, the company is not worried as Quebec is offering a $1 billion bailout package. The money will give a boost to the company’s C Series profits.
  5. Though health care spending per Canadian has reached $6105, many are questioning if services are getting better. Health expenditure per person in Canada was $278 in 1988 and rose to $844 in 2013.
  6. China has abolished one child per family policy.
  7. Top Chinese military brass will visit India and Pakistan soon.
  8. Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto met earthquake victims in Peshawar, and monitored relief efforts.
  9. India’s Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said those who are returning national awards are anti-BJP.
  10. BCCI has written a letter to PCB and regretted cancellation of talks with Pakistan with regards to an India-Pakistan series scheduled to be held in December.
  11. Slamming some members of film fraternity who returned its national awards, Vidya Balan and Anupam Kher have refused to do so.
  12. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was in India recently where he met leaders and visited a number of universities. During his visit Zukerberg said facebook users are increasing in India that is fast becoming a big market for facebook users.


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