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Southasian PULSE Radio Headlines – September 3 

Two shooting incidents reported in Brampton left two dead, one injured

Peel police says both incidents are connected and both murders says targeted

The two murders took place between a span of six hours

Police say Clifford Correia, 27, of Brampton died in hospital

A woman in her 20s is in life-threatening condition is thought to be Correia’s girlfriend

This call came in at 12:43am on Sunday from Vodden St. E. near Kennedy Rd. N. area

They were found shot at in the back of taxi, a woman standing nearby told police

2nd shooting in Brampton took place at 6:34am on Sunday in Townley Cres. and Sunforest Dr. area

The man, Derrick McKeown was pronounced dead at the scene

Police have not given much information about suspect in 2nd case but say both cases are connected

Canada-USA Nafta deal is still being questioned

Trump gave an interview last week interview to Bloomberg

The interview carried in Toronto Star revealed Trump had denied any concessions to Canada

After Brampton, one shooting incident was also reported in Toronto

A man was shot at and killed at CNE; police came in at 6:15pm but man had died

BC woman files human rights complaint over demand she wear undergarment at work

Woman says why is her employer forcing her to wear bra at work when men are not asked for undergarment

Many women before her have complained against this discriminatory action in court

There is a movement: Burn The Bra that says employers have no right to ask for undergarment

BC’s Human Rights Tribunal has not set a date for hearing this plea

Earlier also some girls talked about this issues; one was chef in restaurant, other worked in golf club

A Montreal girls school also protested against undergarments saying they cannot be asked to wear bra

Experts say Chapter 19 can be a deal breaker in Nafta talks between Canada-US

Experts say Trump might show some resistance first but will sign deal later

Pak-USA tension increase as America cuts $300m aid amid terrorist safe havens in country

Pak External Affairs Minister Shah Mehmoud Qureshi says will resume talks to resolve issue

Though country is facing financial crunch, a report shows Pakistanis in UAE alone have assets worth $150b

Pakistani requires a loan between $12b to 15b in long-term

Pak foreign minister says country requires $8b loans immediately

However, Pakistanis residing in UAE own assets worth $150b according to report compiled and presented to court

Govt is trying to crackdown on black money but questions being asked how such a massive amount went out

Experts say if under amnesty, part of this money is brought back, it will be easier for country to get loan

From Pakistan 2 channels are used to take money abroad: Hawala and banking routes

The court was told only a sum of $10,000 is permitted to be taken outside of Pakistan

It was asked how billions of dollar were taken to Dubai, govt must take steps

Imran Khan and Sidhu’s meeting still being discussed as Navjot toured Pakistan

Sidhu said his visit will improve ties between both countries

Sidhu said he went there as friend and took peace message with him

Sidhu said whenever anyone goes to Pakistan, terror strikes

But Sidhu said his visit was peaceful but some in India are still questioning his tour to Pakistan

Big news from India  is regarding Rafael deal, opposition is constantly hitting at ruling party

They have pointed out corruption and questioned contract being given to Anil Ambani

The Reliance owner has denied getting any contract in this regard

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in an interview rubbished these allegations as rumours

Jaitley claimed this deal is cheaper than the one done by Congress

Opposition is asking govt why people are not being informed about it

BJP says Congress deal did not involve improved aircrafts

BJP says  these aircrafts are loaded and loaded aircrafts are pricier

Police in India arrested 5 people who are called intellectuals, activists by their supporters

Supreme Court has ordered police to put them under house arrest

They will be produced in court on Sept 6

Their supporters said the 5 activists are working with them for rights of tribal areas

However, Pune police say it has proofs to their links with Naxals and will be brought in court

Police say they have been giving them money and guidance to create violence

Police says about 4,500 policemen and over 26 civilians have died in this war

Police says those favouring Naxals must be stopped

Punjab AAP leaders still throwing salvos at each other though Lok Sabha elections are just 7 month away

As fight continues, Sukhpal Khaira not only openly criticises Delhi administration but Bhagwant Mann as well

He said Bhagwant Mann’s greed for chief minister’s chair cost party dearly

Khaira said AAP leadership made promise to Bhagwant Mann during closed-door meetings

They said if party wins 100 seats in polls, Mann will be made Punjab chief minister

Khaira said Bhagwant Mann held more rallies in his pet areas and not so much in Moga

Khaira said Bhagwant Mann lost his mind and took the party on wrong path

Khaira and six other rebel MLAs including Kanwar Sandhu were present at the rally

Kanwar Sandhu questioned party head Kejriwal for offering apology to Bikram Singh Majithia without party consent

Sandhu said they will contest at their own level contest and soon announce organisational structure

Bhagwant Mann hit back at Khaira during a rally attended also by Harpal Singh Cheema, others

Mann said those going against party’s interests will meet same fate as Akali leader Tohra

Tohra  along with 13 MLAs, had to return to Akali Dal after a rebellion

Between 1997-2007, Tohra separated from Akali Dal with  13 MLAs, five of whom were ministers in Badal govt

Mann said as they came back in Akali Dal, AAP rebels will return also

Mann also said legal action can be taken against the rebel group

Bhagwant Mann said they are ready for elections

Harpal Cheema, Baljinder Kaur from Talwandi Sabo, Rupinder Kaur Ruby from Bathinda Rural and Budh Ram from Budhlada accompanied Mann

Asian Games: China topped table with 289 medals; Japan gained 205; South Korea got 177

Asian Games: Host Indonesia won 31 gold, 24 silver and 43 bronze

Asian Games: India gave best performance since 1951; it won 15 gold, 24 silver, 30 bronze

Asian Games: With 69 medals, India stood at 8th position

Asian Games: Nepal won 1 silver, Pak 4 bronze, Afghanistan 2 bronze

Asian Games: Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Maldives could not win any medals

Special report on India in Asian Games: India showed best performance in athletics

Asian Games: India always did well in Kabbadi and men’s team won gold earlier but not this time

Asian Games: In men’s field hockey there were high hopes

Asian Games: But in last game against Pakistan, it won bronze

Asian Games: In women’s field hockey, girls did well and won silver

Asian Games: In athletics India won several medals

Asian Games: Manjit Singh won gold in 800m, Arpinder Singh won triple jump gold, Jinsons Johnson took in 1500m

Asian Games: Neeraj Chopra and Swapna Barman won gold medals in javelin throw and heptathlon

Asian Games: In Men’s Shot Put Tajinderpal Singh Toor won gold

Asian Games: Women 4x400m relay team won gold

Asian Games: Discus thrower Seema Punia and 1500m runner  P U Chitra won bronze each

Asian Games: Bajrang Punia won gold in 65 kg freestyle; Vinesh Phogat took gold in women’s freestyle 50kg category

Asian Games: From badminton India had hopes but Kidambi Srikanth bowed out in 1st round

Asian Games: Women never won any medals in badminton but PV Sindhu won silver, Saina Nehwal won bronze

4th Test: England won and lead series 3-1; 1st two Test were won by UK

4th Test: 3rd Test was won by India; one more Test is left

4th Test: England scored 246 while India made 273 in first innings

4th Test: England then scored 271; India was all out for 187 while target was 245

Alastair Cook announces retirement from international cricket after end of ongoing home series against India

Cook has played in 160 Tests in total and made 12,254 runs

India’s Asia Cup squad: Virat Kohli has been rested for series that commences from Sept 15

Asia Cup cricket teams include India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

India has decided to rest major players; Rohit Sharma will lead, Shikhar Dhawan is named vice-captain

Team also has KL Rahul, Ambati Rayudu, Manish Pandey, Kedar Jadhav, MS Dhoni (wk), Dinesh Karthik, Hardik Pandya

Others include Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Axar Patel, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, Shardul Thakur, Khaleel Ahmed

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