Today’s Headlines – Sep 9, 2015
NDP leader Tom Mulcair while in Toronto today has said if elected he will give boost to the auto industry.
Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau, also in Toronto today maintained his stance of assisting low income group. He was in Adam Vaughan’s riding of Spadina-Fort York facing Olivia Chow. Trudeau said his party will also work for affordable housing.
In the new Forum Research poll 44% respondents showed their support for Trudeau’s deficit plan.
In an interview with Peter Mansbridge on CBC last night, Trudeau said he will reduce the hold of PM office.
The Bank of Canada has kept its overnight lending rate at 0.5%.
The latest Nanos Research shows Liberals leading the way with 32.5%, NDP following behind with 31.2% while Conservatives are standing at number three with 25.9%.
Toronto city staff will be introducing new rules to regulate the service of Uber. They have also recommended lower taxi fares.
Though the new school year has commenced, parents of half the students of Thornhill School kept their kids at home. The question is for how long these protests will continue?
The 22 EU countries are pondering on the refugee crisis. Meanwhile, Australia has announced to take in 12,000 new migrants.
In Pakistan within the last 24 hours two journalists have been killed including a senior journalist of Geo Aftab Alam who was killed in Karachi last night.
Elections in Bihar will be held on October 12. Counting will commence from November 8.
In India a Saudi diplomat has been charged for the rape of two women. Police has said investigations will be held per Vienna Convention.
Shiv Sena has informed there will be no ban on meat in Mumbai during the Jain fasting days.
Patels have vowed to continue their protest with leaders urging the community to withdraw their money from banks.
In the leaked audio case Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann has clarified his name saying he did not take Kejriwal’s name or spoke against party leadership. When asked then who leaked the conversation, he said journalists need to ask that question from Mr Gandhi.
Virat Kohli who defeated Sri Lanka on its home ground after 22 years is surprised why he is being questioned on the performance of Ishant Sharma. He also does not want people to question his style of captaincy.