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The Canadian Parvasi - Issue 05

The Canadian Parvasi - Issue Parvasi Media Group | Establised 2002 | | Toronto | International news weekly | July 28, 2017 | Total pages 24 INSURANCE AUTO HOME BUSINESS LIFE 905-856-9999 Lamps LED Pendants Bathroom Lights Wall Sconces Semi-Flush Mounts Chandeliers & Accessories 4220 Steeles Ave. West, A8 Woodbridge L4L 3S8 State Farm Providing Insurance and Financial Services Canadian Head Amandeep Bajwa, Agent 905-460-5000 102-2260 Bovaird Dr. E Brampton, ON L6R 3J5 Email: Issue No : 05 Email: Toronto Edition : 905-673-0600 Fax Number : 905-673-6422 Nitish Kumar stays CM after dumping Lalu, but faces rebellion IANS NEW DELHI: Nitish Kumar was on Thursday sworn in as the Bihar Chief Minister at the head of a JD-U-BJP government, a day after he dumped the RJD and the Congress, but faced murmurs of protest from senior leaders including Sharad Yadav. The Kerala unit of his party snapped ties with him. Continued on page 18 India came close to bombing Nawaz Sharif, Musharraf The Canadian Parvasi During the Kargil war in June 1999, the Indian Air Force reportedly came close to bombing the then Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday welcomed the Indian women’s cricket team on its return after their astounding performance against England in the final of the just concluded Women’s World Cup. The players who were meeting the Prime Minister for the first time, said they felt proud and inspired to know that Modi was following their progress. The Prime Minister said the daughters of India have brought glory to 125 crore Indians by their performance. Sharif and Pakistan Army chief General Pervez Musharraf. Early morning on June 24, 1999, an Indian Air Force Jaguar flying close to the Line of Control used its Continued on page 18 Canada accused of cover-up in Khalistani threats to Capt Amarinder Singh INSURANCE HOME AUTO BUSINESS COMMERICAL AUTO Super Visa Insurance & RESP 7003 Steeles Ave., W., Unit 11 Etobicoke, ON CHANDIGARH: Alleging a cover-up in the Canadian government’s decision to close its investigations into the brazen threats issued in April by the pro-Khalistanis against Captain Amarinder Singh, the Punjab Congress has urged the central government to take up the matter with the Canadian prime minister. The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) should seek Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeu’s intervention to ensure that those guilty of using the country’s Continued on page 05 Amandeep Nijjar Insurance Broker Dir: 416-838-4161 Will nuke China if Trump orders, says US admiral The Canadian Parvasi The commander of the US Pacific Fleet says if he is ordered by President Donald Trump to nuke China, he will do so. Admiral Scott Swift was asked this question when he was speaking at a university in the Australian capital of Canberra on Thursday. "The answer would yes,’’ he said in reply. The US admiral added, “Every member of the U.S. military has sworn an oath to defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic and to obey the officers and the president of the United States as the commander in chief appointed over us.’’ The last time the US used nuclear weapons was to end the Second World War by bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945. The then US President Harry Truman had ordered to nuke Japan after his commanders advised that the conventional invasion of Japan could cost the US and allies about a million casualties. Continued on page 18 FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Balwinder Singh Sales Representative Dir: 647-273-2025 31 Melanie Drive, Unit 4 Brampton, ON L6T 5H8 Place Your advertisment here Contact Email: Toronto Edition : 905-673-0600, Fax Number : 905-673-6422 Sweets & Tandoori Restaurant Tel: 905-455-0666 860 North Park Dr., Unit #10 Brampton, ON L6S 4N5

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