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Jobs Employment Ads

Jobs – Employment – Bharat Times Jobs – Employment – Bharat Times A Travel Agent is Needed Immediately, preferably with Indian community orientation. Should have experience & must speak Hindi & Punjabi as well as English. French is an asset. Please contact 514-272-6666              

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Wanted VHS / VCR Machines / Tapes

Wanted VHS / VCR Machines / Tapes VHS / VCR machines and or Children’s VHS Tapes needed. Please send c.o.d. to: Little angels society – R.O.C.S. Box 1902 5120 Earncliffe Avenue Montreal, Quebec H3X 2P6              

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Matrimonials

Matrimonials

Matrimonials Speak your mind in the matrimonials to find that personal happiness.   Single white male looking for Indian bride. 6ft, 170 lbs. lives in west Island (near Mandir temple) with good job. Has Canadian & U.S. citizenship. Religion or Caste not important. Have photos if interested. Contact Eric at ems19440@yahoo.com   Canadian Gentleman looking for a South-Asian Woman (35 to ...

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Shubho Nobo Borsho! Happy Bangla New Year!

Shubho Nobo Borsho! Happy Bangla New Year! Montreal, April 19, 2015 – The Bangladeshi Society of Montreal organized with great care on its tenth year of success, the Bangla New Year 1422, which was celebrated with much enthusiasm and fervour. Majority of the Bangladeshi community was found in Cote-des-Neiges on this evening – mingling, chattering, singing, dancing and simply enjoying ...

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Saving With TFSA

The TFSA was launched in January, 2009 and can be defined by what it is not. Unlike a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) the contributions are not tax-deductible. So you deposit after-tax cash into it, but you can withdraw it tax free. Putting money in RRSP savings accounts gives a tax deduction when you deposit it, but you later pay ...

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Political correctness runs amok!

Many in the world not realizing that something’s wrong with the way things are shaping up on political, social and religious front. A disturbing trend of thinking pattern is getting established by ever changing events, particularly in the Middle East, that are greatly impacting and influencing rest of the world. But invariably on gullible crowds that believe in political correctness ...

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Frankly Speaking

India PM’s recent visit to Canada India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi recently visited Canada for three days, on an official trip. He travelled to Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver. Undoubtedly, his visit was of great economic and commercial significance for both countries. According to some economic observers, who are keen admirers of the Chinese and Indian economic development, think that India ...

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