India’s decision to stop visas for Canadian citizens — and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann’s silence on the issue — is proving too costly for Punjabis and the decision is badly affecting lives of thousands of Punjabis and the state is heading for big economic crisis due to this decision, Akali Dal leader Bikram Majithia said on Monday.
Though the Canadian authorities have canceled the deportation of about 700 Indian students who got into colleges here with forged admission letters, the fate of many of them will be known once an immigration inquiry is finished.
Assuring the 700 Indian students who are facing deportation from Canada over fake admission letters, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said they will evaluate each case and the victims of fraud will have an opportunity to demonstrate their situation and present evidence to support their case.
Madan Padaki, President, The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) Bangalore, one of the first TiE chapters outside the US, was in Silicon Valley recently to attend the TiEcon 2023 conference. He has been associated with TiE Bangalore for the past two decades.
By Justice Markandey Katju- (Justice Markandey Katju is a former Judge, Supreme Court of India, and former Chairman, Press Council of India. The views expressed are his own) ” Tha shor maut se bacho bacho talwaar chali talwaar hali ” The above line from Hindi poet Shyam Narain Pandey’s epic poem ‘Haldighati’ succinctly expresses the situation prevailing in […]
Justice Markandey Katju says, “On May 2, it was announced that the talks between the ruling PDM and the opposition PTI for agreeing to a fresh date for holding the Punjab Assembly elections in Pakistan have broken down.”
I submit that this crisis and imbroglio can be directly attributed to the Pakistan Supreme Court’s failure to do its duty of upholding the country’s Constitution.
Punjab-origin Satinderjit Singh Brar, nicknamed Goldy Brar, the alleged mastermind in the killing of famed singer Sidhu Moosewala and an affiliate of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang, has been listed among Canada’s 25 most wanted fugitives.
Justice Markandey Katju says, Pakistan’s Supreme Court delivered a strong verdict on April 4 that in view of Article 224(2) of Pakistan’s Constitution, elections to a Provincial Assembly must be held within 90 days of its dissolution. Consequently, it struck down the decision of the Election Commission of Pakistan postponing the Punjab Assembly elections to October 8, and directed that the elections must be held on May 14. However, thereafter, the Court seems to have developed cold feet, and allowed the matter in court to drag on for over three weeks, and it is still going on.