TORONTO: Indians in thousands descended on the city’s Dundas-Yonge Square at the weekend to celebrate the 66th Independence Day of India
Leaders from religious, social and political organizations joined people in remembering the seven victims who fell to the bullets of a white supremacist.
By Gurmukh Singh
MISSISSAUGA: Promoting MoneyGram, the global money transfer giant, in the Greater Toronto Area, cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar says the Indian Premier League is a very good thing to happen to cricket.
Taking volleys of questions from his adoring fans here Tuesday at a MoneyGram dinner, Gavaskar said the IPL has created cricket
TORONTO: Winning independent India’s first gold medal and singing our new National Anthem was an exhilarating experience, all-time hockey great Balbir Singh, who was a member of the hockey team that won the gold medal at the London Olympics in 1948, tells Gurmukh Singh.
“There are many, many such moments from the Olympics that are etched in my memory.
By Gurmukh Singh
Rising from the small town of Garhdiwala near Hoshiarpur, Indian American doctor Harvinder Sahota of Los Angeles has gone on to become one of the foremost cardiologists in the world.
An alumnus of Patiala Medical College, the 70-year-old cardiologist invented the world-famous Perfusion Balloon in the mid-1980s and performed north India’s first angioplasty at the PGI in Chandigarh in 1990.
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