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Extradition of Jassi murder accused : Dosanjh’s wife expresses resentment, writes to Minister of Justice

Justice loving Indian origin Canadians has started expressing resentment on the issue of stay of the extradition of Jassi murder case accused to India. Although, the provisional stay has been granted by the BC court but it is being apprehended that the policy of delaying tactics is being followed to put hurdles for the implementation of extradition process.

Vandalization of a business of Indianapolis Hindu family condemned

 The Hindu Temple of Central Indiana (HTCI) Board of Trustees, Indiana India Business Council and other interfaith organizations as well as known leaders of different communities have expressed deep shock over the incident of vandalization of a business run by an Indian family in Indianapolis.

Saudi Arabia lifting conditional ban on use of Skype, WhatsApp calls

The Saudi Arabia Government is lifting a ban on calls made through online apps on Thursday but will monitor and censor them, a Government spokesman said.

More than 200 dead after magnitude 7.1 quake strikes Mexico

More than 200 people, including 21 schoolchildren, are dead after a magnitude 7.1 earthquakerocked central Mexico on Tuesday afternoon, hitting on the 32nd anniversary of the biggest quake to strike the country's capital.

Sushmita Dev new Mahila Congress chief

Congress on Saturday appointed party MP Sushmita Devthe chief of Mahila Congress.

She replaces Shobha Oza, who has been in the post since August 2013.

Jassi Sidhu honour-killing: Canada to deport accused mother, uncle

The Supreme Court of Canada has paved the way for extradition of Jassi Sidhu's mother and uncle to India in a June 2000 honour-killing case in Punjab.

Canada top court allows extradition of two to India for honour killing

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled on Friday that two Indo-Canadians could be extradited to India for their alleged role in what has been described as an “honour killing” more than 17 years ago.

India refuses to join declaration against Myanmar at international meet

In a show of solidarity with Myanmar, India today refused to be a part of a declaration adopted at an international conference here as it carried "inappropriate" reference to violence in Rakhine state from where 125,000 Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh.

North Korea's nuclear test site at risk of imploding, Chinese scientist says

The single mountain under which North Korea most likely conducted its five most recent nuclear bomb tests, including the latest and most powerful on Sunday, could be at risk of collapsing, a Chinese scientist said.

5th ODI: Virat Kohli century seals 5-0 clean sweep against Sri Lanka

Virat Kohli displayed utmost ruthlessness in both captaincy and batsmanship as India became the first visiting country to inflict a 5-0 whitewash on Sri Lanka with a thumping six-wicket victory in the final ODI of the series, here on Sunday.

Landslide : 2 died , 25 missing in ChinA

Due to sudden landslide in Guizhou province in southwest of China, as many as two persons died and 34 houses devastated and covered under debris. So far 25 people are missing as confirmed by the reports. Concerned authorities are in a process of search.

Military is 'locked and loaded', Trump says in latest warning to North Korea

President Donald Trump on Friday offered a fresh threat of force against North Korea, writing on Twitter that "military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded" if the regime of Kim Jong Un should "act unwisely."

Milkha Singh appointed WHO's ambassador for physical activity

Sprint legend Milkha Singh has been appointed as the World Health Organisation's goodwill ambassador for physical activity in South-East Asia Region (SEAR), the global health body said today.

Subsidy on LPG to end by March: Lok Sabha informed

The government on Monday said it has asked the oil marketing companies (OMCs) to raise the prices of subsidised cooking gas (LPG) by Rs 4 per cylinder every month. 

British Sikh MPs seek independent inquiry into UK's role in Operation Bluestar

Britain’s two new Sikh MPs on Saturday sought an independent inquiry into the role of the UK government in Operation Bluestar, an Indian Army action in 1984 to flush out militants from the Golden Temple.

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