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Southasian PULSE Radio Headlines – November 16 

Bombardier to create 1,000 jobs as part of its new Global 7000 business jets

Canadian delegation in India is headed by Navdeep Bains

Trade between India-Canada stands at $8 billion, efforts are being made to further strengthen ties

A woman was attacked in an electronics store, police looking for three suspects

Pakistan awaits India’s response on resumption of dialogue and wishes to resolve all issues including Kashmir through dialogue

US agency Pew survey: Modi still popular among masses, leaves behind Congress president Sonia, Delhi CM Kejriwal

Modi has 31 percentage points more than Sonia; More than 8 in 10 say economic conditions are good; 85% showed trust in Modi govt

Modi’s low ratings at 50% were for bad handling of communal
relations, tension between Hindus-Muslims and various castes, failing to curb pollution

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Smog in India, Pakistan will continue to experience dangerous level of air quality in future

Capt Amarinder Singh attends World War II martyrs event and informed trying to resolve several issues in Punjab

Amarinder expresses shock at Nawanshahr youth’s killing in US saying Sikh killings must be stopped

Capt: Have requested PM to convene meeting of CMs of affected states along with ministers, meeting with Delhi CM resolves nothing

President Kovind visited golden temple with wife, later gave awards to 2 IAF units at Adampur

In Patiala blast, one person has dies; blast took place in a machine with chemical used to clean oil, investigation is on

Protesters call on Boris Johnson to help release of Jagtar Singh Johal from India who had just gone to get married

Johal was arrested and detained while shopping with wife in India for alleged high profile killings in Punjab

Johal is one of the many accused arrested by Punjab police in these killings

Punjab police says they asked UK several times for cooperation when these killings took place but they did not

India-Sri Lanka 1st Test: Lakmal reduces India to 17/3 on rain-marred day 1

Of 11.5 overs bowled, Lakmal ousted opener Lokesh Rahul on 0, Shikhar Dhawan on 8, captain Virat Kohli on duck too

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