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The Canadian Parvasi – Issue 06

The Canadian Parvasi – Issue 905-856-9999 Lamps LED Pendants Bathroom Lights Wall Sconces Semi-Flush Mounts Chandeliers & Accessories 4220 Steeles Ave. West, A8 Woodbridge L4L 3S8 Issue No : 06 Email: Contact Number : 905-673-0600 August 04, 2017 | Pages 24 13 more red-light cameras to catch drivers in Mississauga and Brampton The Canadian Parvasi MISSISSAUGA: Drivers beware! There are now red light cameras in many new locations in the Peel Region to catch you. In all, 28 intersections the Peel Region are now under camera observation. The fine for jumping red lights is $325. A municipal press release says, "At the beginning of the month Peel Region had cameras at 13 new locations to catch drivers running red lights. The region also took the devices out of service at 11 of the 26 existing intersections and refurbished the others. Continued on page 06 NEW DELHI: India has okayed a proposal to give proxy voting rights to overseas Indians. The cabinet cleared the proposal to allow proxy voting for NRIs o amend the Representation of the People Act to include proxy voting for NRIs. This Baba Ramdev's 'desi ghee' may not be cow ghee at all, says new book The Canadian Parvasi Rising from a Haryana village to yoga stardom, Baba Ramdev has virtually become a household name in India. He has a huge following across the world and he is credited with reviving the ancient Indian medicine of Ayurveda. With a kindly BJP government at the helm today, Baba Ramdev has taken his Patanjali Group to become India’s fastest growing company in the fastmoving consumer goods (FMCG) sector. The Pajanali Group, he founded, crossed revenue of Rs 10,000 crore this year, leaving behind the option is currently available to only service personnel. Currently, the non-resident Indians can by being physically present in constituencies where they are registered. But only a few thousand NRIs 10,000 to 12,000 have exercised their iconic companies such as Britannia, Godrej and the hotel-chain ITC. The popularity of his ayurvedic products has a lot to do with his claims that the products are made from pure home-grown ingredients because anything that is 'shudh desi' sells quickly in India. Continued on page 13 INSURANCE HOME AUTO BUSINESS COMMERICAL AUTO Super Visa Insurance & RESP 7003 Steeles Ave., W., Unit 11 Etobicoke, ON Demolition of Brampton’s monster house begins The Canadian Parvasi BRAMPTON: Demolition of the controversial monster house at 443 Centre Street North in Brampton has begun after five years of controversies and court battle. The demolition began on Monday after the Ontario Superior Court in its order on July 25 asked house owner Ahmed Elbasiouni to destroy the unfinished 6,600 square-foot building within 120 days. If he failed to do so, the city would be forced to destroy the house and charge him the costs of demolition, the court ordered. Elbasiouni has also been restrained from building anything on the plot without a new building permit. India to allow proxy voting to NRIs franchise by being physically present in the constituencies where they are registered.w But the proposed amendment to the Act, NRIs would also be allowed to use the option of proxy. An expert committee in the Election Commission working on the issue had, in 2015, forwarded the legal framework to the law ministry to amend electoral laws to allow overseas Indians use proxy voting. Agencies Amandeep Nijjar Insurance Broker Dir: 416-838-4161 In 2012, the city planners mistakenly approved a building permit to Elbasiouni for the monster house. When residents started complaining about the size of his house, the city revoked its approval its building permit in 2013. The monster house was to have eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and about 13,000 square feet of living space. A legal battle ensued. Elbasiouni dragged the Travel Services LOWEST AIRFARES ARE GUARANTEED sB qoN Gwt hvfeI krfey dI grMtI ikRpf krky iek vfr syvf df mOkf jLrUr idAu Air Ticket Cruises Vacation Packages Insurance 50018836 905-790-8989 2565 Steeles Ave. E, Unit #20 Brampton, ON L6T 4L6 city to court, saying that he was building as per the specifications he submitted to the city. He slapped a $20-million lawsuit against the city. He also filed a a $7 million lawsuit against area councillors Elaine Moore and Grant Gibson and the late councillor Paul Palleschi for defamatory statements. But the city maintained the approval happened because of a “computer mapping error.” Continued on page 04 FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Balwinder Singh Sales Representative Dir: 647-273-2025 31 Melanie Drive, Unit 4 Brampton, ON L6T 5H8

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