TORONTO: Pakistan is a wonderful country with its fair share of enlightened people. I want to make sure that people understand that Pakistan is a wonderful country with its fair share of enlightened people.
By Surbhi Bhatia
SURREY (British Columbia): Ivneet Bains, the 21-year-old Indo-Canadian math whiz-kid from Surrey, British Columbia, is probably the youngest to receive the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Ivneet got this award for running an entrepreneurship initiative Math4me, a mentoring organization which helps young Canadians achieve academic and personal excellence.
VANCOUVER: The Times of India Film Awards being held in Vancouver next month have unleashed a political scandal in British Columbia province whose government is being accused of spending $11 million to $15 million to bring the event to Vancouver from April 4 to 6.
Critics and the Opposition allege that the ruling Liberal Party pf Premier Christy Clark is using government money to woo Indo-Canadian voters before the May provincial elections by bringing the Times Film show to Vancouver.
By Gurmukh Singh
YUBA CITY: Back in the 1980s when every Indian professional going to the US settled in big cities, Indian American doctor Jasbir Kang made a different choice.
Dr Jasbir Kang, who came from Patiala to the US in 1986, decided to settle in the small but famous Yuba City which is known for producing the world’s biggest peach farmer Didar Singh Bains.