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Southasian PULSE Radio Headlines – November 29 

2016 census: Average commute increases to 26.2 minutes as more Canadians opt for public transit, use own cars less

2016 census: More seniors above 65 working full time, youngsters less

2016 census: More Canadians, 54% now have post-secondary degree; immigrants have double the Phds

2016 census: In GTA more use transit, distance 14.5km from house to work

Trudeau has announced Alberta Court of Appeal Justice Sheilah Martin as Supreme Court judge

Yesterday in Brampton 2 new lanes on HWY 410 were opened that go all the way till Queen Street

2 more lanes will be opened on HWY 410 in 2018

Those present on the occasion were Transport Minister Del Duca, MPP Amrit Mangat, MPP Vic Dhillon and Brampton Mayor Linda Jeffrey

Korean confirms missile launch, says can strike anywhere in US; Trump dismisses claim

Trump in trouble for retweeting anti-Muslim videos posted online by deputy leader of far-right group Britain First, Jayda Fransen

US general Nicholson says Pakistan not doing enough to crackdown militant haven who attack Afghanistan from there

 Musharraf says during an interview on ARY he is LeT’s ‘biggest supporter, likes Hafiz Saeed for supporting Kashmir

Musharraf created a grand alliance by merging 23 parties recently, says  US statement on Hafiz Saeed, attack on Pakistan’s freedom

Index on women welfare – Women, Peace and Security considers Syria lowest in women empowerment

Index on women welfare: Afghanistan stands on no 2 followed by Yemen, Pakistan, central African country

Index on women welfare: Best countries list include Ireland, Norway, Switzerland, Slovania

Index on women welfare: Canada stands on no 7, USA 22, India 131 out of the 153 countries surveyed

About Pak report says schooling for girls to 5 years only; 5% women have cell phones, 24% employed, parliament has 20% seats

Report highlights Pak has high discrimination against women, 73% men don’t want them to work, 27% woman faced violence

Report says in India women face a lot of discrimination; male-female ratio shows 1.1 more males compared to women

Reports highlights 71% Indian women have cell phone; parliament has less seats for females

Gujarat elections: Shatrughan Sinha saya BJP looks weak the way it is taking election in this state

Hyderabad summit on women empowerment: Ivanka Trump participating in various workshops

In a Tamil Nadu school, as a punishment a girl student was asked to clean all toilets

Row over Rahul Gandhi shown as ‘non-Hindu’ in Somnath temple list during his visit

A Delhi CCTV footage shows two boys on bike murdered a man

Jitendra singh, Minister of State for Development of North Eastern Region says Musharraf’s statement on Hafiz saeed not acceptable, will spread terrorism

In India, parents of Hadia alleged she was forced to marry a Muslim; girl says she asked for freedom but still not free

Fight between Congress and AAP: Punjab Assembly passes resolution condemning audio clip; AAP fumes

Proceedings on Day 3 of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha’s winter session continued to be rocky

AAP’s leader of opposition Sukhpal Khaira demands probe by central agencies into Capt’s Pakistani friend, Aroosa Alam alleging she is a spy

Former Dhuri MLA Gobind Singh Longowal elected SGPC president; Longowal was cabinet minister in Akali govt

Longowal beat his rival Amrik Singh Shahpur of Dera Baba Nanak; Bibi Jagir Kaur proposed Longowal name

Longowal won from Dhuri assembly seat in by elections held in 2015

SGPC also elected Gurbachan Singh Karmowala its general secretary; Raghujit Singh, Harpal Singh as senior VP and junior VP

HC has asked Punjab Police to probe Akali Dal leader Bikram Singh Majithia in drug case

Court asked STF head ADGP Harpreet Singh Sidhu to give details and submitted his report before next hearing

ED deputy director Niranjan Singh had prepared a report on Majithia’s alleged role in Bhola drug racket case also

Niranjan’s counsel, senior advocate Anupam Gupta says officer stands his ground and need to examine Majithia again

Gupta: There appears to be a larger political understanding between state govt and Centre as far as Majithia is concerned

Gupta: He (Majithia) is not innocent and his role has to be probed carefully

 

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