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Southasian PULSE Radio headlines – August 14 

In Italy, 22 people died after a bridge collapsed

In England, a man rode over pedestrians with his vehicles, 3  got injured but are out of danger

Man arrested  by Scotland Yard, parliament was put under lockdown for some time

Police has framed terrorism charges against that person

Pakistan Independence Day being celebrated across the globe with fervour

Several colourful programmes organised worldwide

Pakistan Independence Day also being celebrated with zeal in Canada along with the world

In Pakistan, flag hoisting ceremony was held in capital Islamabad

Event attended at President Mamnoon Hussain, caretaker PM Justice (R) Nasirul Mulk

Others present on the occasion were Ayaz Sadiq and army chief Qamar Bajwa

Speaking on this occasion President Hussain said country’s destiny depends on strong democracy

Pakistani flag was also hoisted in provincial capitals

In Canada, Pakistan Independence Day celebrations started last night

Top 10 livable cities also include 4 Canadian cities, Vienna is the best city to live in

List also has 3 Canadian cities – Calgary at 4th spot; Vancouver at 6th; Toronto at 7th

Details of top 10 cities is available on our website: www.southasiandaily.com

Melbourne stands at number two in the list

KSA-Canada ties: Ex-foreign affairs minister John Baird criticises Canada on Saudi TV

Baird said tensions increased as Canada did not handle the situation well

Talking on this tussle, Jagmeet Singh suggested to buy oil from other countries

Opposition hit at him saying when the country has surplus, why it should be brought from outside

NDP has govt in Alberta but even Premier Rachel Notley has questioned Jagmeet’s statements

Notley criticised Jagmeet saying why should oil be brought from outside when Alberta has it

Jagmeet Sigh and Rachel Notley’s relations are at the rocks

Jagmeet is against pipeline while Alberta is in its favour

Jagmeet also hit at Rachel Notley saying she should not talk like that

Conservative MP Maxime Bernier criticises Trudeau for promoting too much diversity

Bernier said this will create problems for Canada

H said he believes in promoting diversity but too much could divide Canada into ‘little tribes’

Bernier added in a tweet said too much diversity causes division

He said this will erode Canada’s identity and destroy what makes it a great country

When asked Andrew Scheer did not comment on the topic

 PC MP Michelle Rempel said views given by Bernier are his own

Peel Police Chief Jennifer Evans came to Channel Y and talked on different issues

In exclusive interview, she was questioned on violence in Brampton, Mississauga that worries residents

Evans said police officers are taking actions and so Brampton, Mississauga residents should not be afraid

She said those who see an incident or making a video, must immediately call 911

Evans said they can also inform police, if not then at least inform crime stoppers

Crime stoppers do not reveal one’s name or phone numbers and keep callers anonymous

When asked about violent activities among students, Evans said action is taken against anyone violating law

She said even if someone has gone to India, action will be taken against those culprits

On Mississauga restaurant bombing, Evans said it is lengthy investigation, police still has no information on it

On street check also, she has been questioned many times

She has replied on this issue several times and commented again

The issue was highlighted in mainstream media by Brampton Mayor Linda Jeffrey

Sia Lakhanpal holds press conference, announces to contest for School Board Trustee from Wards 9 & 10  

Sia talked about her vision and what she wishes to change

Elections for mayor, School Board Trustee, Regional Councillor, Councillor is being held on Oct 22

Sia said she was born and brought up here in Canada and did her schooling here as well

She is contesting from Ward 9 & 10  as her children go to school in the same wards

She informed that she has been living in Brampton for a long time

Sia said her parents were first generation Canadians, she is 2nd, her kids rd generation Canadians

Sia said she wishes to work for welfare and bring more wellbeing in schools

Later media asked her questions such as we still are more engrossed in Punjab’s issues than Canada

The press conference was also attended by some youngsters who shared their concerns

They said Punjabi parents are busy making money and so neglect kids who indulge in drugs

They said such a money has no use adding parents not even see their report cards or sign them

Special report has come on India elections, specially Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh

Survey shows BJP will lose in all these three states

Rajasthan: BJP won 163 seats in 2013, Congress 21, others secured 16

New survey conducted by CVoter shows, in Rajasthan BJP will only get 57 seats; Congress 130

Madhya Pradesh: Here BJP has 165 seats but survey says it will only gain 106

Madhya Pradesh: Congress that currently has 58 seats will win on 117 seats

Chhattisgarh: BJP currently has 49 seats but will only win 33 in 2019 elections

Chhattisgarh: Congress will win on 54 seats from present 49

Thus the survey shows big loss for BJP and gains for Congress in 2019 elections

Channel Y brings special report on Balwant Singh Rajoana and his take on Referendum 2020 tonight at 7:30pm

Show highlights Tonight: Canada-KSA relations; BJP’s loss and Congress’ victory in upcoming elections; full report on Rajoana

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