Southsian Pulse Radio Headlines – June 5, 2017
- A Treb report shows that home sales went down in May by 20.3%. The sales of detached homes were down by 26%, semi-detached 14%, townhouses by 24%, and condos by 4.3%. The prices also reduced from April to May from $9,19000 to $869,000 which is $50,000 less but compared to 2016, home prices are still up by 15%.
- Seven people died and over 50 got injured in a terror attack in London. All eight terrorists were shot dead while 12 have been arrested by UK Police. UK Prime Minister Theresa May has said identities of three men will be released soon. ISIS took responsibility of the attack. A Canadian woman has also died in the attack. Christine Archibald had just moved to Europe. Her fiance said that she died in his arms.
- UK Prime Minister Theresa May has said: Enough is enough. There is far too much tolerance of extremism in our society and there are no more separated, segregated communities.
- US President Trump has said: Stop being politically correct and get security for our people. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said terrorism affects the entire world. He also mourned deaths in Britain.
- Police in Florida, USA is reporting “multiple fatalities” in a shooting in Orlando.
- Four Middle Eastern countries – Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt have cut their ties with Qatar for promoting terrorism in the region and interfering in the internal affairs of those countries. Qatar has denied all these charges. Experts are saying the region will lose on millions in business amid this crisis.
- NIA has held raids again in Kashmir over terror funding and three suspected terrorists have been arrested in Punjab.
- KPS Gill was my friend and a great man: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh
- KPS Gill was Punjab ka Jarnail (General): Former BJP minister Laxmi Kanta Chawla
- No leader from AAP or the SAD attended KPS Gill’s bhog ceremony
- Sand mining ‘scam’: Will expose dirty deals of all Congress MLAs: Sukhbir Badal
- Remove Rana Gurjit from Cabinet or we will launch state-wide protests: AAP Punjab