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SOUTH ASIAN PULSE HEADLINES : JANUARY 27TH 2016 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said he will review new process for pipelines and other energy projects.

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne Departs on India Trade Mission.

Several arrested in Quebec and Toronto in the child sexual exploitation case. Year-long investigation was conducted by 150 officers.

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has said India is the world’s largest democracy and is doing great but no one talks about it.

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has defended the draft terror bills saying it would strip French citizenship from people convicted of terror charges.

According to Transparency International’s global corruption index, India has climbed nine points at 76th from last year’s 85.

Transparency International’s global corruption index shows Canada is the ninth least corrupt country in the world.

Transparency International’s global corruption index reveals Pakistan has improved and is now ranked at 117.

PTI chief Imran Khan has said terrorism in Khyber Pakhtunwa has declined by 87%.

Pakistani ghazal singer Ghulam Ali’s concert in Mumbai has once again been cancelled.

Several arrested in Quebec and Toronto in the child sexual exploitation case. Year-long investigation was conducted by 150 officers.

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has said India is the world’s largest democracy and is doing great but no one talks about it.

 

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has defended the draft terror bills saying it would strip French citizenship from people convicted of terror charges.

 

According to Transparency International’s global corruption index, India has climbed nine points at 76th from last year’s 85.

 

Transparency International’s global corruption index shows Canada is the ninth least corrupt country in the world.

 

Transparency International’s global corruption index reveals Pakistan has improved and is now ranked at 117.

 

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