Young Indo-Canadian Daniel Masih writes why Toronto should proclaim Raksha Bandhan Day
TORONTO: Indian American doctors will continue to excel and dominate the profession in the foreseeable future, says Dr Vandana Agarwal, president of the Indian Medical Association of Southern California (IMASC)
TORONTO: Ambi Kalra, president of Classique Canada that supplies garments with art and insignia printed on them across Canada, says he wants to revive the artistic heritage of the Sikh empire of Maharaja Ranjit Singh
TORONTO: By creating one of the biggest diagnostic centres in Canada, Dr Birinder Singh Ahluwalia has raised the bar for Indian doctors
MISSISSAUGA: If you are a foodie and like home-made food away from home, then nothing beats Tandoori Time on Burnhamthrope Road in Mississauga.
TORONTO: For the Indo-Canadian community here, August 15 was a day of flag-hoisting, patriotic songs, fun, frolic, chit-chat, thanks and a few announcements
TORONTO: Politicians and religious leaders from other faiths joined hundreds of Sikhs at Nathan Phillips Square in downtown Toronto to pay homage to the seven victims of the shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin last Sunday.
Before speeches by leaders and candlelight vigil amid heavy drizzle on Saturday night,
By Kanika Tandon
LONDON: Johnny Kalsi, the world’s most famous dhol man who has given music to many Hollywood movies, says he was never serious about playing dhol..
I can’t remember the exact moment I started planning to travel in India for six months. I wish I could. But it was around the time of the South Asian tsunami, late December 2004.
I was in the middle of a yoga teacher training program. Yoga was helping me recover from a series of devastating losses that had piled up over a period of about seven years: we lost our summer cottage,