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The Canadian Parvasi - Issue 20

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 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 905-790-8989 2565 Steeles Ave. E, Unit #20 Brampton, ON L6T 4L6 Issue No : 20 Email: Contact Number : 905-673-0600 November 10, 2017 | Pages 24 50018836 Needle found Halloween candy in Brampton The Canadian Parvasi BRAMPTON: Peel Regional Police have cautioned the public after a case of tampered Halloween candy in the city of Brampton was reported. A police press release said that November 7 its investigators were made aware of a sewing needle discovered inside a Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar received by a child while trick or treating on October 31. Investigators are working to identify where the candy may have come from. The child was not injured. Police have asked everyone to check all candy received during Halloween. Continued on page 06 2 Indian students among 4 to win $50,000 prize for skin cancer device India battles smog by odd-even traffic plan Transport Minister Garneau tells Parvasi: Canada to help India in road safety Agencies NEW DELHI: The odd-even traffic rationing plan returned to the national capital and will be in place for four days from November 13 as people continued to inhale toxic air for the third day on Thursday, with the situation expected to be even worse on Friday. The traffic plan was announced on a day the Delhi High Court said there was an "emergency situation" vis-a-vis pollution in Delhi- NCR region and asked the Delhi government to consider implementing cloud seeding to induce artificial rain apart from vehicle rationing on roads. The Environment Ministry formed a seven-member committee headed by the Environment Secretary to find long and short-term solutions to the worsening problem. AIIMS on Thursday reported a 15- 20 per cent rise in cases of respiratory problems being received, Continued on page 14 Uber to test flying cars in 2020 Agencies The Canadian Press TORONTO: A group of four McMaster University students has won a $50,000 prize to develop their idea for a handheld device that detects skin cancer. The recent grads — all students in electrical biomedical engineering at the Hamilton university — earned the International James Dyson Award for their final year project, called The sKan. They say the noninvasive device can diagnose melanoma by monitoring the heat emissions of various cells. The heat map it creates shows which cells recover more quickly from thermal shock, indicating the presence of skin cancer. Continued on page 06 The Canadian Parvasi MISSISSAUGA: Federal transport minister Marc Garneau, who will be visiting India as part of a technology and innovation-focused trade mission next week, says Canada wants to help New Delhi in promoting road safety because of the huge loss of life in accidents. Speaking to Parvasi Radio, Garneua, who will part of the Canadian delegation which also includes international trade minister Francois- Philippe Champagne and science and innovation minister Navdeep Bains, said he was excited about his visit to India. A former astronaut, Garneau said he will attend the global transport ministers meeting on Nov 13, and the International Road Federation’s 18th World Road Meeting from Nov 14-17. Continued on page 07 SAN FRANCISCO: Ride-hailing app Uber has announced that it will start its ambitious flying taxi project in Los Angeles by 2020 to deal with the city's traffic problem. When Uber's Chief Product Officer Jeff Holden on Wednesday revealed the plan at the Web Summit, a technology conference in Lisbon, the company also posted a 100-second-long video clip advertising the flying taxi project named "Elevate", reports Xinhua news agency. In the video, a working mom books a flight through her Uber app and goes to a "skyport" on the roof of a nearby building. After her order code is scanned in her cell phone, she gets into an Uber flying taxi, a plane-helicopter hybrid aircraft with fixed wings and tilt prop-rotors. Continued on page 12 ASAP ASAP Staffing Solutions STAFFING LOOKING FOR A-Z DRIVERS Pay upto $ 24/hour Call: 647-390-8002 2 Melanie Dr. Unit # 7A, Brampton ON L6T 4K9 AM INDIAN VISA CENTER INDIAN VISA INDIAN PASSPORT Passport Renewal OCI (Lifelong Visa) Surrender Passport PCC 647-624-5336 647-703-0234 163 Richvale Dr. S Brampton ON L6Z 4P6 Madhu Aggarwal Ashwani Aggarwal NORTH STAR PEST CONTROL 25 + years of experience Wild Life, Rodents, Insects, Birds, Bats, Bed Bugs, Cockroches Check our reviews on Shakeel Sajjeel Call: 416-540-2694 / 647-224-7679 27 Vista Green Cres Brampton,ON L7A 2S3

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