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SOUTH ASIAN PULSE RADIO HEADLINES OCTOBER 5TH 2016 

  1. The Toronto University student detained by police in Bangladesh Cafe attack has been cleared of all allegations.
  2. Canadians 18 to 34 less likely to say they are proud of Canada, an Angus Reid poll has highlighted. People over 65 and above said they were most proud, with 65% saying they are most proud of Canada. However, only 40 per cent of Canadians aged 18 to 34 said they were very proud of Canada.
  3. In Toronto average home price in September has gone up by 20.4% to $755,755. Home sales in GTA went up by 21.5 %. Meanwhile, in Toronto average detached home price in September has gone up by 23% to $1.29 million.
  4. In last night’s vice-presidential debate, Mike Pence and Tim Kane were seen attacking each other.
  5. Five have died due to Hurricane Matthew that is moving towards Bahamas, US. Meanwhile, about one million people have been asked to evacuate homes.
  6. Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif once again has said that Pakistan has no hand in Uri attack. He said Pakistan does not wish to fight with India and want to resolve Kashmir through dialogue.
  7. Pakistan’s opposition leader Khurshid Shah has questioned the country’s weak foreign policy that has isolated Pakistan and garnered global support for India. He said Kashmir issue can be resolved under Tashkant Pact. He also asked the government to clarify why five countries backed out of the Saarc summit in Islamabad.
  8. PTI chief Imran Khan has said he will continue to boycott the parliament as the prime minister has no legal right to continue. It has been learnt that some PTI leaders not happy with Imran’s decision. He also reiterated that after Muharram Islamabad will be blocked.
  9. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has warned his ministers not to create hysteria about surgical strikes.
  10. India’s Minister of State for Home has provided Indian army’s surgical strikes footage to PMO. Last week it was shown to Modi.
  11. CNN-News18’s Investigations journalist has proved that surgical strikes took place. He talked to Ghulam Akbar, Superintendent of Police (Special Branch) of the Mirpur Range in PoK, who admitting that surgical strikes indeed took place at many sectors in which five soldiers and other citizens died. It continued for three to four hours. Indian Express has also talked to five eye witnessed account who confessed the strikes took place and bodies were buried.
  12. Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has hit BJP hard saying AAP leader Kejriwal has clarified about his comments saying he supported Modi and the Indian army. He said BJP and the media are trying to prove Kejriwal wrong and twisting his words. He said Delhi was the only assembly in the country and passed resolution to greet them.
  13. Security agencies have asked all concerned to be alert as some terrorists have entered in Punjab.
  14. Senior Congress MLAs led by Sunil Jakhar have rejected Navjot Singh Sidhu’s prerequisite for joining the party “minus Capt Amarinder Singh”. Jakhar said Congress minus Amarinder is nothing. Sidhu or no Sidhu, Amarinder will continue to lead the party as he is the most popular and acceptable face across the state.
  15. Punjab Congress in-charge Asha Kumari has said her party’s doors are open for Navjot Singh Sidhu but there is no word from him or Awaaz-e-Punjab.
  16. Congress is asking Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal to explain where is Deputy Chief Minister-cum-Home Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal from the scene as situation on the border is serious.
  17. AAP spokesperson Himmat Singh Shergill has said AAP will make the ongoing victimisation of Sikh farmers in Gujarat an election issue.
  18. It has been decided that Pakistan will not to be invited for Kabaddi World Cup in India.
  19. Pakis tan is playing its third day and night ODI against West Indies in Abu Dhabi. Pakistan has made 308/ 6.
  20. Australia is playing its third ODI against South Africa in Durban where the former has made 312/ 4 in 45 overs. Australia had decided to bat first in this match.
  21. India will play its third Test against New Zealand in Indore last. Injured Shikhar Dhawan has been rested and Gautam Ghambir included in the team. If India wins or equals the match, it will retain No. 1 position. If it loses, it will once again be pushed on No. 2 position.

 

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