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SOUTH ASIAN PULSE RADIO HEADLINES NOVEMBER 7TH 2016 

  1. According to a Mainstreet poll 58% of Ontarians want Premier Wayne to resign. NDP’s Andrea Horwath remains the most popular party leader, with a 59% approval rating. Patrick Brown also enjoys a high approval rating.
  2. A four-year agreement has been approved between Ford and Unifor.
  3. AAP leader Bhagwant Mann, on a short visit to Canada addressed supporters in Vancouver.
  4. Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Navdeep Bains and John McCallum, Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship are in India. McCallum met government officials in New Delhi and later visit the Golden temple. He called it an amazing experience.
  5. Life certificates were issued to pensioners in Brampton on Sunday. Indian Consul General to Toronto Dinesh Bhatia was also there and the community thanked him for his help. The event was covered by YMedia.
  6. Scarborough Gurdwara joined Canadian Armed Forces to commemorate Remembrance Day over the weekend. Manjit Parmar of Scarborough Gurdwara thanked the community and the armed forces. The event was also covered by YMedia.
  7. FBI has cleared Clinton on emails but several voters are questioning if it is too late? Trump on the other hand has questioned FBI investigation how it has been done so soon.
  8. In the singer Amjad Sabri murder case, two men have been arrested. Sindh Chief Minister said after his death police carried out detailed investigation and therefore two were caught.
  9. Panamagate hearing case: Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s children have submitted their replies on the directive of Supreme Court of Pakistan. Sharif’s lawyer had asked for 15 days, however, the Supreme Court gave them only one day asking to submit replies by Monday.
  10. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UK Prime Minister Theresa May have discussed trade and several other issues during her first visit to India. India and UK also vowed to join hands to fight terrorism. On this occasion UK offered a liberal visa scheme for Indian businessmen making it easier for them to invest in UK.
  11. India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj helped a Pakistani bride to reach India as she wanted to marry a boy in India but was not getting visa. Swaraj facilitated visa issuance and the wedding has already taken place in Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
  12. NDTV India ban has been put on hold by the Indian government.
  13. Ahead of nuke club NSG meet, China has refused to budge on India.
  14. Punjab has announced IRs 5 lakh ex-gratia and government job for a family member of martyred Jawan Gursewak Singh.
  15. Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwale, who escaped an attack earlier this year said at his dera near Patiala recently that as a Congress MLA has resigned from his seat over the sacrilege incident but SAD-BJP, who are in power are busy fighting the byelections and winning it with a huge margin. He also said politicians were winning elections by wooing voters with liquor. He urged his followers to encourage people not to waste their crucial votes for liquor.
  16. Bikram Singh Majithia has said that the Kejriwal government should be blamed for smog. He also said AAP is bereft of any political agenda while Punjab has witnessed unprecedented development under the SAD-BJP rule.
  17. Capt Amarinder Singh once again has urged the Election Commission to impose code of conduct “without further delay to curb the growing criminalisation and gross misuse of official machinery by the Badal government.”
  18. AAP has condemned Congress for trying to fool farmers in the name of Karja Kurki Khatam, Fasal ki Poori Rakam programme adding what roadmap do they have to do so?
  19. AAP’s state convener Gurpreet Singh Waraich has said the party is not in hurry to announce the name of its chief ministerial candidate.
  20. The Punjab Government has not given any permission to organise the second ‘Sarbat Khalsa’ at Talwandi Sabo in Bathinda on November 10.
  21. Former Khalistan Commando Force (KCF) chief Wassan Singh Zaffarwal, 60, was allegedly informed prior to a police raid at his dera and as a result police failed to arrest him.
  22. South Africa win against Australia in 1st Test by 177 runs. South Africa made 242 in the first innings and 540/8d in the second. Australia in reply made 244 in the first innings and 361 all out in the second.

 

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