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क्या नाम दूं

अहसास को क्या नाम दूं

क्या नाम दूं अहसास को लिखूँ या यूं ही कह दूं , तुम ही बताओ मैं इसे क्या नाम दूं? इक रिश्ता ख्यालों का, पटारा चंद सवालों का , जिन्हें न पूछ सकूं न पूछना चाहूँ , तुम ही बताओ इस दौर को क्या मकाम दूं? अहसास को लिखूँ या यूं ही कह दूं , तुम ही बताओ मैं इसे क्या ...

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अहसास

अहसास

अहसास अहसास आकर बगल में लेटा, लिपटा, चूमा, हंसी बिखेर गया। यूं लगा झौंका प्यार का आया, पतझड़ में मौसम बहार का लाया, पत्ते अब तक जो सूख रहे थे, उनपर अचानक निखार आया , महसूस कर यह ख्याल आया, जो दूर था वो पास आया। बिन छूए, बिन देखे, लेटी खोई खोई, बेसोच दिल में यह ख्याल आया, नज़रों ...

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Obhrai campaign to merge Core Conservative Values with Inclusiveness, Diversity, and Strong Grassroots Democracy

Deepak Obhrai campaign, tourism budget

Obhrai campaign to merge Core Conservative Values with Inclusiveness, Diversity, and Strong Grassroots Democracy September 6, 2016 – (Calgary) Hon. Deepak Obhrai, Member of Parliament for Calgary Forest Lawn and the longest serving MP of the Conservative Party, formally submitted his paperwork for the Leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada today. “I can contribute immensely to Canada and to the ...

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Celebrating Janamashtami 2016 at Hindu Mission Temple, Montreal

Janamashtami 2016 at Hindu Mission Temple, Montreal

Celebrating Janamashtami at Hindu Mission Temple, Montreal The Hindu Mission Temple of Montreal celebrated Krishna Janamashtami on the evening of Saturday, August 28, 2016. Little naughty Krishnas were running around enjoying themselves. Devotees chanted till the birth time of Krishna. Shri Keshav Dutt Shastriji from India carried on with the bhajans and kirtan accompanied by Pandit Kamal Nayanji. Ishwar Lalji ...

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The Little Angels Society Charity Service R.O. chooses its Queen for 2014 – 2016

The Little Angels chooses its Queen

The Little Angels Society Charity Service R.O. chooses its Queen for 2014 – 2016 The Little Angels Society Charity Service R.O. chose its Queen for 2014 – 2016, Anie Ann McEntee, on August 20, 2016. The event was hosted at the Irish Pub, McKibbins, in Montreal. The Princess for 2014-2016 is the sensational singer, Sarah Sokal. April Collins, the National Director for the Little ...

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Opinion Editorial – Canada Child Benefit

Child Benefit

Opinion Editorial Canada Child Benefit On July 20th, families across Canada will receive their first Canada Child Benefit cheque. While certain families will receive more assistance than they have in the past, others will receive less and perhaps most concerning, families who are counting on this assistance will be shocked to learn that they potentially don’t qualify for the level ...

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Prime Minister of Canada on the terrorist attack in Nice, France

Terrorist Attack in Nice, France on July 14, 2016

Prime Minister of Canada on the terrorist attack in Nice, France July 14, 2016, Ottawa, ON – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, felt deeply grieved after learning of the terrorist attack in Nice, France and made the following comments. “I was heartbroken to learn of the many dozens of innocent victims who were killed or injured as a result of today’s terrorist attack ...

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Liberals Need to Come Clean About Their Peacekeeping Mission: Bezan and Paul-Hus

James Bezan & Pierre Paul-Hus

Liberals Need to Come Clean About Their Peacekeeping Mission: Bezan and Paul-Hus July 15, 2016, Ottawa, ON – James Bezan, Official Opposition Critic for National Defence, and Pierre Paul-Hus, Associate Critic for National Defence, today issued the following statement in response to reports that the Liberal government intends to deploy Canadian troops on a United Nations (UN) peacekeeping mission: “It ...

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First Canadian U-18 Championships to be staged in Moncton, N.B.

First Canadian U-18 Championships to be staged in Moncton, N.B.

First Canadian U-18 Championships to be staged in Moncton, N.B. July 12, 2016 – History will be made next April in Moncton, N.B., when the city plays host to the inaugural Canadian Under-18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships. The event, which will feature representatives of all 14 of Curling Canada’s Member Associations in both genders (aged 17 and under as ...

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Liberal Government Playing Politics with EI Benefits: Armstrong

Scott Armstrong

Liberal Government Playing Politics with EI Benefits: Armstrong July 13, 2016, Halifax, NS – Scott Armstrong, Conservative Critic for Atlantic Canada, issued the following statement today in response to the Liberal government’s plan to weaken the requirements for fishermen’s EI and reduce the number of hours claimants will be required to work before becoming eligible for regular benefits: “I find ...

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