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16 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

I'm scared to comment in case I'm wrong. Is that girl raised in Canada, she's got a strong accent? 

@proudkaur21

Shes American. idk how to feel about it. One hand im like whatever she says ppl going to doubt other side too many red flags. Also how can you be that deep asleep esp driving in India?!

Another is they been together for few years too so she loved him?

Reading the comments someone mentioned that Deeps brother told her and family to stay away from them.

We will never know the truth unfortunately. Vaheguru Knows 

 

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18 hours ago, proudkaur21 said:

 We just go everywhere and beg people for help like United Nations lol. No one is going to help us because we dont hold any economic or political value for them. It's messed up. Its also why people dont take Sikhi seriously.

We have to start thinking without homeland ow we are just going to keep protesting rallies every year. If the Sikhs in India esp those army dont wake up then its impossible. this election just shows how distant we are from them over there. 

 

 

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14 hours ago, Premi5 said:

Not sure what this proves. Seems generally the 'richer' states are in North, South and the Western part of India. These people are likely better educated on average. Chandigarh's average is similar to Panjab's and majority population is Hindu there. Kerala is known for their education and proficiency in English, so probably they are recruited from abroad for professional jobs. 

Maybe @shastarSinghcan add something to this discussion ?

I think people in the far east of India are persecuted more than Panjabis?

People die of accidents all the time, that's the leading cause in young people for death. Is it any higher than the national average ? Looks like the weather was an important part in this accident ?

Have you been to Canada ? I have not and don't really know anyone who lives there. It might be in densely-Sikh areas, but no idea what it's like in other places . A lot of Panjabis now have moved to other provinces in Canada like Calgary. 

 

I think the image is mixed ?

Unlike Pakistanis in the UK, where the perception is overall quite negative.

What you have done in one post I'd have done in seven, then a subsequent ten post tangent. Lol. I salute you. 

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17 hours ago, Premi5 said:

Have you been to Canada ? I have not and don't really know anyone who lives there. It might be in densely-Sikh areas, but no idea what it's like in other places . A lot of Panjabis now have moved to other provinces in Canada like Calgary. 

I haven't been but have a fair amount of family there. Yeah, I wonder what whites really think of us there? 

 

Might be different area to area i.e. BC compared to other places. 

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10 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

We will never know the truth unfortunately. Vaheguru Knows

This is what it boils down too. I don't want to start speculating at this stage. Too early.  

It's hard to imagine an american girl getting involved in a suspected assassination like this? Did she hook up with him when he was a singer i.e. before politics? 

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2,000 Indian students scammed as 3 Canadian colleges shut after bankruptcy

They are staging rallies to highlight their plight.

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Toronto: Over 2,000 Indian students, who face an uncertain future after three Montreal colleges closed last month by declaring bankruptcy, have demanded intervention by the Canadian government to give them justice.

The CCSQ College, M. College, and CDE College had collected millions of dollars in tuition fees from these students before closing.

The students, many of whom have moved to different cities to stay with friends or relatives, say they have been scammed.

They are staging rallies to highlight their plight.

As some of the impacted students and their supporters raised slogans for justice at a rally in the Toronto suburb of Brampton on Wednesday, anxiety was writ large on their faces.

They shouted slogans seeking intervention by the Canadian government to help them complete their courses from other colleges.

Those who were nearing completion of their courses must be allowed to finish on the basis of their old credits, they demanded.

Many said they are running out of money as they cannot legally work for 20 hours a week – as allowed to international students.

Manpreet Kaur, a student from Longowal in Punjab, said she had deposited over $14,000 annual fee at M. College and was waiting to start her classes in early childhood education in January when the college declared bankruptcy.

“When I landed in Canada on October 9, I was told that since the college couldn’t find enough students the classes would start in January. But on January 6, students got an email about the college going bankrupt. It smacks of a scam,” said Manpreet who finished her masters in computers in India before coming to Canada.

Vishal Rana, a student from Karnal who was studying at CCSQ college to become medical office specialist, said, “I had just four months left of my 16-month course when the college suspended studies. I don’t know where to go.”

Rana had paid $24,000 in fees.

Harwinder Singh, who came from Pehwa in Haryana to study a two-year business management course at M. College, said, “I deposited $21,500 for this course and I have finished only six months of my course. I am surviving on some money I saved while working. I don’t know what will happen.”

Gurkamaldeep Singh, a student from Moga, said he would have finished his business management course from M. College by June. “Now my biggest worry is whether I have to redo my course. We are told that the government has given the colleges to find buyers so that studies can resume.”

Gurkamaldeep said the students should be allowed to complete the remaining part of their courses at other institutions.

“We should give us course completion letters so that we can join other colleges and also apply for work permits in order to survive,” he said.

Over 700 students, who were taking online classes sitting in India, are among those who have been impacted by the closure of these colleges.

https://www.siasat.com/2000-indian-students-scammed-as-3-canadian-colleges-shut-after-bankruptcy-2277258/amp/

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30 minutes ago, 5aaban said:

2,000 Indian students scammed as 3 Canadian colleges shut after bankruptcy

They are staging rallies to highlight their plight.

image.png.b4ec0b30f61831eaeebfef145a943097.png

Toronto: Over 2,000 Indian students, who face an uncertain future after three Montreal colleges closed last month by declaring bankruptcy, have demanded intervention by the Canadian government to give them justice.

The CCSQ College, M. College, and CDE College had collected millions of dollars in tuition fees from these students before closing.

The students, many of whom have moved to different cities to stay with friends or relatives, say they have been scammed.

They are staging rallies to highlight their plight.

As some of the impacted students and their supporters raised slogans for justice at a rally in the Toronto suburb of Brampton on Wednesday, anxiety was writ large on their faces.

They shouted slogans seeking intervention by the Canadian government to help them complete their courses from other colleges.

Those who were nearing completion of their courses must be allowed to finish on the basis of their old credits, they demanded.

Many said they are running out of money as they cannot legally work for 20 hours a week – as allowed to international students.

Manpreet Kaur, a student from Longowal in Punjab, said she had deposited over $14,000 annual fee at M. College and was waiting to start her classes in early childhood education in January when the college declared bankruptcy.

“When I landed in Canada on October 9, I was told that since the college couldn’t find enough students the classes would start in January. But on January 6, students got an email about the college going bankrupt. It smacks of a scam,” said Manpreet who finished her masters in computers in India before coming to Canada.

Vishal Rana, a student from Karnal who was studying at CCSQ college to become medical office specialist, said, “I had just four months left of my 16-month course when the college suspended studies. I don’t know where to go.”

Rana had paid $24,000 in fees.

Harwinder Singh, who came from Pehwa in Haryana to study a two-year business management course at M. College, said, “I deposited $21,500 for this course and I have finished only six months of my course. I am surviving on some money I saved while working. I don’t know what will happen.”

Gurkamaldeep Singh, a student from Moga, said he would have finished his business management course from M. College by June. “Now my biggest worry is whether I have to redo my course. We are told that the government has given the colleges to find buyers so that studies can resume.”

Gurkamaldeep said the students should be allowed to complete the remaining part of their courses at other institutions.

“We should give us course completion letters so that we can join other colleges and also apply for work permits in order to survive,” he said.

Over 700 students, who were taking online classes sitting in India, are among those who have been impacted by the closure of these colleges.

https://www.siasat.com/2000-indian-students-scammed-as-3-canadian-colleges-shut-after-bankruptcy-2277258/amp/

Most of these colleges are just degree mills. They know people from countries like India want to come here desperately and take advantage of this. They open up these private colleges which are basically just degree mills.

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On 3/14/2022 at 6:47 AM, proudkaur21 said:

@Kau89r8 @dallysingh101 just look how many punjabis die every week in canada. Literally every other day there is some news like this. Just recently a girl killed in ubc then a  guy committed suicide another punjabi student fell from 50th floor of a building while doing construction and died and now this. Just within a span of few days. And these are the known cases.

@Premi5 @proactive

https://patialapolitics.com/6920/

In love with a Pakistan girl,Punjabi student commits suicide in Canada

September 25, 2020 - PatialaPolitics

A 21-year old Punjab student, Amrinder Singh, has committed suicide in Surrey, Canada due to mental stress.

He was the only son of his parents living in Punjab. His father Malkit Singh is an Assistant Sub Inspector of Police in Punjab.

A baptised Sikh and a student of Douglas College, New Westminister, Amrinder had gone to Canada in the year 2017 on a Study Visa.

Malkit Singh told media persons that in November 2019 his son had again asked for Rs.20 lakh which was sent to him.

It has been learnt that he came into contact with a Pakistani girl, a resident of Karachi and was allegedly sending gifts and cash to her.

According to his friends in Surrey, he had run out of money and was not able to pay his college dues landing him into huge stress which led him to take the extreme step.

Amrinder’s parents have appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh to bring their son’s body back from Canada. Arrangements were also being made to send the body back to Punjab with the help of community members in Canada.

 
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