Shri Bhagavad Gita Park Opened In Canada’s Brampton City
The Brampton City Municipal Corporation in Canada has named a park by the name ‘Shri Bhagavad Gita Park’, which is spread over 3.75 acres of land. The park will reportedly have sculptures of Krishna and Arjun on a chariot, along with some other deities. Commenting on this, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar said that this park will become symbolic in further spreading the message of universal brotherhood love and harmony.
Tags: Canada, Brampton, Bhagavad Gita Park, Hinduism, Manohar Lal Khattar
Swaminarayan Temple In Canada Vandalised; Anti-Indian Slogans Scribbled On Walls
The Swaminarayan temple situated in Canada’s Toronto has been vandalised, with anti-Indian slogans scribbled on the walls of the temple. Following the incident, the Indian High Commission condemned the incident and urged Canadian authorities to take prompt actions. A video which took rounds on social media, shows the slogan “Khalistan Zindabad” spray painted on the walls of the temple.
Tags: Canada, Khalistan, Anti-Indian, Swaminarayan Temple, Toronto
Canada Announces National Day Of Mourning On Sept 19 Following Death Of Queen Elizabeth II
In Canada’s national capital of Ottawa, a national commemorative ceremony has been scheduled on September 19, to mourn the death of English Queen Elizabeth II. A memorial parade has been planned for that day. Also, 96 gun-salute will be carried out, indicating 96 years of her life. Also, a flypast event will be held, of the Royal Canadian Airforce CF-18s.
Tags: Canada, UK, london, National Day Of Mourning, Queen Elizabeth II
Canada Confirms 1,321 Cases Of Monkeypox
Canada confirms 1,321 cases of Monkeypox and alerted citizens. On September 9, The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has confirmed the Monkeypox update, informing 631 cases are from Ontario, 505 from Quebec, 143 from British Columbia, 34 from Alberta, three from Saskatchewan, two from the Yukon and one each from Nova Scotia,… read-more
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Ripudaman Malik Case: Hardeep Singh Nijjar Denies Hand In Murder
In the murder case of Ripudaman Malik, president of Guru Nanak Sikh temple in Canada's British Columbia Hardeep Singh Nijjar, has denied involvement. Nijjar was accused due to his history of multiple crimes including terrorism in India. Malik on the other hand, was acquitted in the 1984 Air India terrorist bombing case. Malik was shot dead in Surrey, British Columbia on July 14. An investigation into the matter is underway.
Tags: Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Ripudaman Malik, Canada, British Columbia, Air India Terrorist Bombing
Mahatma Gandhi Statue Vandalised In Canada's Toronto; Indian Govt Expresses Outrage
Mahatma Gandhi's statue situated in a temple in Canada's Toronto, was vandalised on July 13. The 20-feet statue is situated in a Vishnu temple in Greater Toronto Area's Richmond Hill. Following the incident, Indian government expressed its outrage to Ottawa. Furthermore, a pro Khalistani message was left on the vandalised statue. A member of the temple board said that this is the first time such a thing has occurred.
Tags: Mahatma Gandhi, Gandhi Statue Vandalised, Canada, Toronto, Ottawa
India Defeats Canada, Registers 1st Win At FIH Hockey Women’s World Cup
Savita Punia's heroics in the shootout enabled the Indian Women's hockey team to defeat Canada and earn their first victory in the FIH Hockey Women's World Cup Spain and Netherlands 2022. Following a tie-in normal time, the Indian team overcame Canada in the penalty shootout to advance to the tournament's 9-12th placings. With a one-goal deficit, India began the second quarter strongly, breaking through the Canadian defence on many occasions… read-more
Tags: Indian Women's Hockey Team, Canada, FIH Hockey Women's World Cup, Spain, Netherlands
Courtesy: Zee news
NIA Asks Canadian Govt To Take Action Against 2 Accused Canadians In Killing Of Punjab Priest
The Indian National Investigation Agency (NIA) has contacted the Canadian government, pleading with them to take legal action against two citizens of Canada who murdered a priest. Over a year ago, the two people were reportedly implicated in the murder of a priest named Kamaldeep Singh in Punjab in January 2021. The central agency has requested that Canada conduct a priority probe into the two individuals.
Tags: Priest, Punjab, Canada, NIA, killing
Courtesy: DNA INDIA
Massive Network Outage In Canada Disrupts Businesses, Banks & More
Canadian Telecom giant Rogers Communications experienced a massive network outage, which lasted for hours. The outage disrupted services for businesses, banks and emergency services across the country. This is the second outage in 15 months, and the reason for it is unknown. Furthermore, the outage also created inconvenience in government operations. Meanwhile, coffee shops and public libraries witnessed increased customers, who seeked… read-more
Tags: Canada, Telecom, Rogers Communications, Network Outage, Toronto
Courtesy: Free Press Journal
'Tiffin Service' Offers Indian Cuisine In Canada Similar To 'Dabbawalla'
Toronto-based "Tiffin Service" is delivering Indian cuisine in Canada, similar to the humble concept of Dabbawalla. Tiffin Service, launched by Pumpkin Kart, provides a variety of cuisines including that of Kerala, Gujarat, Punjab among others. Pumpkin Kart's CEO Philip Correya said that as immigration burgeons, "this is the right time to be in the market." The service currently is available in the Greater Toronto Area, where 60% are… read-more
Tags: Pumpkin Kart, tiffin service, Dabbawalla, Canada, Toronto