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Southasian PULSE Radio Headlines – July 9 

Justin Trudeau during a BC festival made a girl uncomfortable, as alleged by her

This groping incident took place when Trudeau was 28-year-old

He was a school teacher then and has not joined politics

Rose Knight, a journalist with big media house, was talking to him

According to her, Trudeau touched her rear end and was told she felt uncomfortable

Trudeau had said if he knew she was a journalist, he would not have done that

When asked over weekend Trudeau said he is confident that he did not act inappropriately

Trudeau even said earlier he does not remember doing anything wrong

He said but different people can perceive things differently

Trudeau said in such cases, perspective of boys must also be kept in mind

He said he will keep working for women rights

Knight has now released an official statement saying she was keeping away from it

She said media pressurised her whether it is rumour or not

Rose said Trudeau apologised the next day for the incident

When asked from Trudeau, he said everyone has a different interpretation so he apologised

But he clarified there is nothing much in it

Trudeau will be in Lativa before attending Nato summit

Nato summit can be challenging as Trump is asking all allies to increase defence spending

He has not only asked EU but pressuring Canada to increase as all burden is on USA

Vast number of Canadians say Trudeau rightly following relations with US: Poll

Ahmadiyya community held its annual salsa at the International Center, Mississauga,

The event was attended by thousands of people and different topics were discussed

Press conference, entitle Pathway to Peace, talked of world peace and highlighted points to achieve it

Head Lal Khan Malik in his speech highlighted the community’s achievements

He said with community support their party is increasing in numbers

Y Media Group Editor and CEO Yudhvir Jaswal also addressed audience and garnered their respect

In Pickering on Hwy 407, the road was block as a motorcyclist died in an accident

Hwy 407 west-bound lane is still closed

Shooting incident near Driftwood Avenue and Jane Street: Karim Hirani, 25, died

Police says it is the matter of targeted killing

New report in Toronto shows use of different languages increasing in city

35% are non-official language that are other than English and French

The use of multiple languages also increased in 2006 by 4%

Non-official languages such as Tagalog, Farsi, Bengali, Arabic, and Pushto have seen rise of 9.1%

In last 10 years native languages have seen a decline that include Italian, Tamil, Urdu, Punjabi, and Polish

One in 20 people do not speak either English or French

Due to this they face problems at  job, community and so cannot have a decent life

The number of such people stands at 1,32,000

In coming days marijuana will be legalised

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police says underprepared to deal with drug-impaired drivers

They said police being trained for spot checking, drug-impaired drivers, as law will be enforced by year end

They are looking at how to target or stop, and take police action in these cases

But training police force by October 17 is a tall target

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale has not given any details to media

In Brampton, home prices went up 1.4% in June 2018 compared to June 2017

But last month – May 2018 – prices were down 1.8% down compared with May 2017

Price of an average house in Brampton is $695,000

In Thailand 4 more kids have been rescued, officials told people in a press conference

Authorities have been trying for the last 2 weeks to get kids and coach out

8 kids altogether have been saved – 4 before, 4 now

On Sunday, they were sent to hospital where they are recovering

Details of food, water and what is their condition was also shared

The coach and these kids were trapped in a cave in northern Thailand

Condition of those still inside is out of danger but will be taken out soon

Though authorities have said their names and details cannot be revealed, media has shared some

In Afghanistan, Sikh and Hindu community was attacked recently

Narinder Singh Khalsa, 38, whose father Avatar Singh Khalsa was killed, said he is taking part in Oct elections

Khalsa said he will file nomination papers before July 21 and get people’s support

He thanked the world for showing their support on this incident

Several Sikh and Hindu families still reside in Ghazi, Jalalabad and Kabul

But in the last few years 5,000 Sikh and 15,000 Hindu families have left Afghanistan

Khalsa said some have settled in UK, India, Germany and Canada but some are still there

He said he will fight for their security and not let his father’s sacrifice go waste

Malton Gurduwara held a press conference on this  topic; Y Media talked to organisers

Sri Jot Prakash Gurduwara will also hold akhand path for Sikhs and Hindus killed in Afghanistan

In Pakistan, Imran Khan has rolled out its new Pakistan manifesto

Khan said it has started by putting Nawaz and his daughter Maryam in jail prior to July 25 elections

Khan explained his manifesto entitled as Route to Naya Pakistan

He said his govt’s agenda would be to make Pakistan an Islamic welfare state

He said NAB will automatically keep working against the corrupt

Khan said he will not only improve Pakistan’s economy but create millions of jobs

After PTI rolled out its manifesto, Shahbaz Sharif has started touring different areas

Shahbaz also defended Nawaz Sharif, claimed PML (N) will win while addressing people in Haroonabad

He said they worked on economy and will win elections on same issue

Bilawal Bhutto in Muzzaffarabad: Only PPP can take Pakistan in right direction

Capt Safdar (R) sent to Adiala Jail but it is being asked when will ex-PM Nawaz and Maryam be jail

Law Minister, Ali Zafar says court decision will be implemented in letter and spirit

As soon as they arrive in Pakistan, they will be jailed: Ali Zafar

Zafar was taking to media during Meet the Press event in Lahore

He said state agencies will have no interference and by now no bail has been given to them

He said in the absence of a bail, they will be taken to jail from airport

Zafar informed of holding general elections in free and fair environment adding NAB will be supported

Samsung will be opening the ‘world’s largest mobile factory’ in Noida

Indian PM Modi and South Korean President Moon Jae-in inaugurated it while in India

The two travelled in metro before reaching Noida

Modi said South Korea has made investment worth IRs5,000 cr, also called Moon Jae his friend

Modi said he is happy that his Make in India project is working as FDI has increased

Modi said before them there were only 2 mobile phone  factories, today there are 120

Modi said this has created lakhs of jobs in India

Moon Jae said over 500 South Korean companies are doing business in India that will increase in coming days

In India mobile phone users are constantly going up

About 299m people in India use phone or smart phones from the earlier 240m

In the next 4 years the number will touch 500m

After China, it is India, where a huge number of people use phones and smart phones

Keeping in view the 2019 elections, BJP and Congress both are trying to form alliances

In Bihar Amit Shah is planning to form alliances but Nitish Kumar has not committed

Lalu Prasad and his son are against BJP but Amit Shah is meeting all leaders

Shah said in 2019, BJP and alliance will win 40 seats

Tejashwi has said grand alliance or maha gathbandhan  is being formed but PM candidate to be announced later

In Haryana elections are just five  months away and BJP wishes to maintain its govt

Both BJP and Congress are trying to forge alliances, but Congress is not working swiftly

Elections are to be held in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh also

Analysts say elections in these states might be held with 2019’s elections in centre

Nirbhaya rape case: Upper court maintains its earlier decision given in 2012

SC gave death sentence to 3 accused; a 3-member bench headed by Dipak Mishra rejected their plea

In Punjab, gangster Dilpreet Singh arrested, he attacked singer Parmish, but was nabbed in Chandigarh

Punjab CM has commended effort of police saying culprits will not be spared

In a sort encounter in Chandigarh Dilpreet also got injured and was taken in hospital

Police has said strict action will be taken against the gangster who belongs to Nurpur Bedi village

He has 16 matters against him and has alleged links with Vicky Gounder gang

25 Sikh families facing problems in Afghanistan urges Punjab CM Capt Amarinder to get them Indian citizenship

They say several have settled in India but Punjab sarkar must also give lending hand

They say living in Afghanistan is difficult, send him list to get them Indian citizenship

India and Pakistan played brilliantly in their respective T20 series

In 3rd T20, India beat England by seven wickets; batting first England made 198/9

Jason Roy blasted 67 runs off 31 deliveries; Rohit Sharma made 100 off 56 deliveries – with 11 fours, five sixes

India also won series 2-1, this was also India’s 6th victory after 2016

In 2016, it beat Aus at home, then Sri Lanka, New Zealand and Zimbabwe at home

India also defeated South Africa at home and now England at home

Pakistan beat Australia by six wickets in the final of tri-series

This is their first win in a tournament final over Australia after 28 years and retains T20 ranking

Pakistan also recorded the highest successful run chase

They chased target of 184 and won due to sensational 91 run knock by Fakhar Zaman

Fifa 2018: The event started with 32 teams but only 4 are left

Fifa semi-final: France vs Belgium at 2pm tomorrow; on Wed Croatia vs England at 2pm; final on Sunday at 11am

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