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SOUTH ASIAN PULSE HEADLINES JANUARY 29TH 2016 

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  1. According to Statistics Canada, the Canadian economy grew by 0.3% in November, after declining by 0.5% in September and showing no growth in October. The retail and whole sale trades have also risen.
  2. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in La Loche, Saskatchewan today where last week’s shooting left four people dead and seven injured. A teenager was arrested in this regard.
  3. Canada’s environment ministers including Catherine McKenna are meeting today in Ottawa to discuss the issue of greenhouse gas emissions and how to reduce them by 30% by 2030. Ontario’s environment minister Glen Murray is also attending the meet.
  4. The foreign ministers of Canada, USA and Mexico are meeting today in Quebec to discuss trade, security, and energy.
  5. New policies and shakeups are being debated in peel regional police force today.
  6. WHO is warning the world is grappled with Zika virus that might affect four million people. The virus has affected some Canadians as well.
  7. Geneva peace talks on Syria commence amid confusion and boycotts.
  8. Four people have died in a shooting and bomb attack in Saudi Arabia.
  9. Japan’s decision to introduce negative interest rates has surprised the world but according to government the move will boost their economy.
  10. Amid declining ties between Russia and USA, Kremlin seeks explanation from White House on a statement that accuses Russian President Vladimir Putin of corruption.
  11. Amid rising traffic of asylum seekers to Europe, Sweden has announced to deport 80,000 migrants.
  12. Pakistan cricket team is preparing for the Cricket T20 International World Cup. New decisions by PCB are on the anvil.
  13. Pakistan Super league (PSL) chairman Najam Sethi has said the Masters Champions league (MSL) is the league of aging stars and should not be compared to PSL.
  14. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said his recent visits to Iran and Saudi Arabia to improve ties has enhanced the country’s image that is being viewed now as a peaceful and prosperous state.
  15. Pakistan’s bowing coach Waqar Younis has dismissed rumors of his resignation.
  16. Pakistan shuts down 230 educational institutions and gives warning to 53 others in wake of inadequate security arrangements.
  17. Indian health ministry is preparing to check Zika virus’ spread in the country.
  18. Bhai Baldeep Singh’s papers have been rejected by Election Commission in Khadoor Sahib bypoll.
  19. Three Indians allegedly linked to ISIS have been deported from UAE.
  20. India thrashed Australia by 27 runs in the second Twenty20 International at the Melbourne Cricket Ground thanks to half-centuries by Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli and posted a daunting score of 184/3 in 20 overs. Bowlers also performed brilliantly. In reply, the Australians could only manage 157/8. India now leads series 2-0.

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