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Meet Jagmeet Singh, The Kingmaker of Canada!

Today, Sikhs across Canada are inching towards realising a dream that many a eye has been following for decades now. A dream of leading the country by sitting at the top position of a Prime Minister.
National Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh, who was recently-elected MP from British Columbia’s Burnaby, has come out so strong that he is all set to play the role of a king maker. NDP is not likely to form the government but the pulse of last-minute assessment of the mood of the people points towards a hung house, with neither the Liberals nor the Conservatives being able to achieve majority.

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Imran’s Multiplying Woes

Importantly Imran’s visit came just days before the Chinese President’s visit to India and the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) meeting which would evaluate Pakistan’s compliance with its own commitments and decide whether it would be pushed from ‘grey’ to the ‘black’ list. It was natural to expect that in their meetings with top Chinese leadership, both Mr. Khan and Gen. Bajwa would dwell on the Kashmir issue and send out a message that the two countries were still on the same page. However, to the credit of President Xi, he did not take up the Kashmir issue at all during the informal summit meeting with Prime Minister Modi at Mamallapuram.

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Debutant Ajay Sarkaria a director’s delight; Ardab Mutiyaran releasing Oct 18

Ajay can easily be labelled as an actor who looked completely at ease right from the clap sound.  The comfort that Ajay has shown while facing the camera comes very rare and he is surely going to be a director’s delight. Having learnt the nuances of acting from the Theatre and Cinema from Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York, this 28-year-old Law student from Panjab University, Chandigarh, Ajay Sarkaria is all set to create waves  in the Punjabi movie industry.

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Battleground Brampton: Liberals rock on Social Media, just like Justin Trudeau

Indiatimes.Live team got to the social media of the Brampton candidates to find out how are they fairing on Facebook and how effectively they are using the platform to woo their voters.
The national trend remained the same in Brampton too, with Liberals going all out on social media and making the most of it, while Conservatives and NDP candidates are more of less sticking to the conventional media and regular methods for campaigning.

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Battleground Brampton: Liberals All The Way to the House of Commons

Indiatimeslive team also took to foot and did some door knocking to understand the mood and mind of the Brampton voters to get a clearer picture. The trend of a toss between conservative and liberal candidates was evident. Of the five ridings of Brampton it seems a simple 4-1, with Liberals standing strong on 4 seats and sparing 1 for the Conservatives.

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Jagmeet Singh Shines as Canada heads for Minority Governemnt

The debate of last night surely made one thing very clear that though Jagmeet Singh stands in no race to become the Prime Minster but surely has made a mark as a global leader.
The way Justin Trudeau and Andrew Scheer made comments and cross-comments on skeletons in each other’s cupboards, which only made them look like fools fighting for whose less wrong.

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Jason Kenny comes to Conservatives rescue in Ontario, but where is Doug Ford?

What is wrong with Doug Ford? This is the question that comes to my mind when I look at the present situation in Ontario with only a couple of weeks to Canada’s Federal Election 2019.
The present situation was predicted by IndiaTimes.Live in the first week of September when our sources informed that Doug Ford would be a spoiler for Conservatives in Ontario.

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Refugees gets assurance from Indian MEA on Visa Issues

The issue of asylum seekers, especially Punjabis, wishing to go back to their country has been a point of discussion for many years now.
PTC Bureau Chief in USA Dr. Sukhpal Singh Dhanoa raised the issue with Indian Minister for External Affairs Subrahmanyam Jaishankar on Wednesday.
To pointed questions on the progress made to grant visas and passports to those who had sought asylum in other countries post 1984, Jaishankar said the “work is already underway”.

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Gosal family political tuitions in Brampton: Eyewash for voters, beware!

In politics, all’s well that ends within the family: The money, the power, the position, and the votes. But it’ll be the voter who will be having the last laugh as the elections will tell us whether Bal Gosal tutored his wife Paramjit Gosal well and whether she was actually listening to her husband’s ‘election special’ classes or not.

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Federal Election 2019: Canada Loses hands down because…….

he general feeling that the Canadians are going through is that they will lose no matter which political party wins.The reasons as understood by the IndiaTimes.Live editorial team. We talked to sources, questioned the voters, seeked their opinion and the voter in Canada is too confused, whom to vote for a better Canada. Promises Broken, No ethics, money scams, skeletons in cupboards. Canada doesn’t trust its politicians. Period!

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