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The “Ab Ki Baar Modi Sarkar” slogan has turned into reality and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi is set to become the Prime Minister. Under the banner of the BJP, the Democratic Alliance (NDA) has swept the poll. The NDA has bagged 336 seats out of 543 Lok Sabha seats. The BJP on its own has got a clear majority by winning 282 seats. It is after 30 years that a single party has got a clear majority. It was after the assassination of Mrs Indira Gandhi in 1984 that the Congress had won 419 seats under Rajiv Gandhi. Earlier, the BJP had reached its highest tally of 182 seats in 1999 under Atal Behari Vajpayee. The BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has won both the seats of Vadodhra (Gujarat) and Varanasi (UP) by a margin of 5.70 lakh and 3.71 lakh votes, respectively. After the victory, Modi went straight to his mother and sought her blessings by touching her feet. Modi tweeted, “India has won, and better days are ahead”. Modi will take the oath of office as Prime Minister. The Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) has succeeded in winning only 59 seats. The Congress has

got 44 seats only. The Congress has been wiped out in Delhi, Gujarat and Rajasthan. The Aam Aadmi Party has registered its present in Punjab by winning four seats. Among the regional parties, the Trinmool Congress has got 34 seats in West Bengal, while in Tamil Nadu, Jayalalitha has been able to win 37 seats.

ter Beni Parsad Verma, Minister for Corporate Affairs Sachin Pilot, Coal Minister Sri Prakash Jaiswal and Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Preneet Kaur have lost the election. The defeated leaders of the alliance partners included Minister for Heavy Industry Praful Patel, Renewable Energy Minister Farooq Abdullah (National Conference) and Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh (Rashtriya Lok Dal). Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar has also lost the election. Minister of State for Coal Patrick Patil and Minister of State for Science and Technology Praful Patel, and BJP senior leader Arun Jaitley are also among the losers. Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal lost in Varanasi. Main accused in 2G scam A. Raja of the DMK has lost the poll by a margin of more than one lakh votes. Sonia Gandhi wins Congress President Sonia Gandhi has won the Rai Bareli seat by 3.52 lakh votes by defeating Ajay Aggarwal of the BJP. Congress wiped out in Delhi Making a good show the BJP has won all the seven seats in Delhi, whereas the Congress, which had won all the seven seats in 2009, has been wiped out in Delhi. Although the Aam Aadmi Party candidates have not been able to win a seat in Delhi but they have come second. The Congress, which had won all the seven seats in 2009 was in for a shock this time because it has not only lost all the seven seats but has not come second in any constituency. The three Central ministers of the Congress, Ajay Maken, Kapil Sibal and Krishna Tirath have lost the poll very badly.

BJP’s historic win in Modi wave

Senior Congress leaders lose Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde, Foreign Minister Salman Khursheed, HRD Minister M.M. Palam Raju, Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal. Steel Minis-


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Nine-year-old twin sisters Diya and RiyaChhabra were on the receiving end of big donations to Diya’s Demolishers, their team in the Telus Walk to Cure Diabetes. The team is named for Diya, who has Type 1 diabetes. All the funds the sisters, their parents and their brother raise will be passed on to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The walk takes place June 8 at the Kamloops Wildlife Park. – Photos Emily Wessel

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Last April 29th Kelowna City Councillor Colin Basran announced his intention to run for Mayor in Kelowna’s next municipal election. The announcement was expected after current Mayor Walter Gray decided he would not seek re-election in November. “I love my city and I want to see it continue to be a great place to live for young families and retirees alike,” Basran said during a telephone interview with the Indo-Okanagan Times in May. The first-time Kelowna City Councillor describes himself as pro-business but with a social conscience, and he believes a diversified economy and sound city planning are the keys to ensuring Kelowna remains one of the best cities in Canada to not only live but also do business. Basran has been heavily involved in developing Kelowna’s technology sector (with much success through the Accelerate Okanagan initiative among others) and sees tourism and agriculture as the other mainstays of Kelowna’s economy, driving a diverse and successful small business sector. Basran intends to stay the course in terms of Kelowna being open for business and says he will also ensure a collaborative approach to any large-scale projects that may be undertaken. He cites the new Interior Health consolidation space, the new yacht club, and Westcorp’s plans to build a new downtown hotel as examples of the development projects he wants to see Kelowna attracting. In addition, Basran is a strong proponent of the “Town Square” community development concept and would like to see Kelowna avoid urban sprawl as much as possible. He gives high praise to city staff for their efforts on this front and looks forward to working with all departments to ensure Kelowna engages in thoughtful community development in accordance with the Official Community Plan, including initiatives that will see Kelowna producing a smaller environmental footprint, supporting arts and culture, and ensuring the city’s recreational amenities and health care facilities meet the needs of all residents—and all this while keeping taxes down through continued efforts on the economic development front. Basran is excited about the opportunities the City of Kelowna and the Regional District of Central Okanagan are pursuing. One is a regional – and sustainable – transportation system and the other is a regional growth strategy. Basran feels his ability to bring people together behind a common purpose will be an added value he can bring to the Regional District boardroom, and he is confident the working relationship the city and Regional District have nurtured will produce exciting results for the greater area in the upcoming years. Basran is also pleased with the working relationship the City of Kelowna has established with Native Bands in the Okanagan—mostly with Westbank First Nations and the Okanagan Indian Band. Although he admits there is “always room for improvement,” he believes that bridges have been built with local First Nations and he will continue to pursue effective, collaborative strategies to enhance cooperation and partnership opportunities. “I am a firm believer in the idea that we can get much more accomplished by working together than not,” says Basran. “I’m open to any ideas that will benefit the residents of our community and look forward to working with our Regional District and First Nations partners to achieve great things.” Basran was also appointed by Mayor Gray to a number of committees: Airport Advisory Committee, Downtown Kelowna Association(Alternate), Economic Development Commission(Alternate), Kelowna Chamber of Commerce (Alternate), Kelowna Joint Water Committee, Parcel Tax Roll Review Panel (formerly Court of Revision), Regional District of Central Okanagan Board

of Directors, and Tourism Kelowna (Alternate). The relationships and knowledge base that these appointments provide Basran will fit hand in glove with his experience as a realtor and news reporter, both of which have helped him develop additional skills that will come in handy if elected mayor. As a realtor Basran has always had a close eye on development and real estate trends, as well as a keen understanding of the reasons why people relocate to an area. Furthermore, he has developed an extensive network of friends, associates and business professionals, and with a collaborative approach to problem solving this network will be put to good use on behalf of Kelowna residents he says. In terms of giving back to the community, Basran has organised a golf fundraiser for the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation and fundraised for the ALS Foundation of British Columbia. He was a member of the Young Professionals Task Force, whose focus is to attract and retain young professionals in the area, and he has been actively involved with GenNext, a branch of the United Way focussing on youth that helps out with various local charity events. Basran, whose family has lived in the Okanagan for over 100 years, decided to announce his candidacy early in order to end speculation about his intentions and also because announcing early may be a good luck charm given he did the same thing during his successful run for a seat on Kelowna’s city council in the last municipal election, where he finished an impressive third in ballots counted despite being new to the political arena. An interesting aside to Basran’s political good fortune last election is that his grandfather, Johnder Basran, was the first IndoCanadian mayor in all of Canada, having served three terms as Mayor of Lillooet in the 1970s. With this in mind, Basran has a proud family tradition to uphold in the world of politics and he takes this responsibility seriously. Sadly, Johnder Basran passed away on December 29, 2013, but his legacy is strong motivation for Colin Basran to follow in his footsteps. Basran is married with two young children and he has elderly parents living in the area. He also graduated from KLO High School. Because of this, he believes he understands the city very well and the real impact municipal government decisions have on the lives of both young families and the elderly. Basran says he will always have their interests in mind as he takes on the challenges and hard decisions required in the running of a city the size of Kelowna. Basran believes in environmental stewardship and responsibility and he and his wife, therefore, are committed to reducing their own environmental footprint. They “walk the talk” he says. “We walk or ride a bike whenever we can and generally try to incorporate environmentally conscious practices into our lifestyle,” he says. “And of course we want to teach our children to do the same.” This includes practicing the three Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle) regularly and doing things as locally as possible. Their lifestyle ties in with the “Town Square” concept that Basran is committed to seeing developed in Kelowna’s ever-growing downtown core: ease of accessibility and a real sense of community. Although Basran has yet to release a formal platform, he plans to run an open and honest campaign based on sound understanding of the challenges facing Kelowna and the sound ideas that will be developed through collaboration and innovation to meet those challenges head on. The BC municipal elections are taking place on November 15, 2014. For more information visit Elections BC at www.elections.bc.ca. By Roy Heuchendorff,

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Guru Gobind Singh Temple Association celebrates 40th Anniversary In the late 1960’s there were only a few Indo-Canadian families in the Prince George region. However, by the early 70’s immigration increased due to the opportunities available in the forestry and railway industries. As religion is a key aspect in the Sikh way of life, the need soon arose for the community to fulfill its spiritual needs.

tire community to come together in order to complete the task. President Narinder Singh Pawar and the Treasurer Shamsher Singh Bhuttar were some of the members who helped to accomplish the task.

The importance of the temple cannot be understated as it serves as a communal gathering place, a house of worship, and fulfills community needs such as marTo this end, in March of 1974 a few community mem- riages and funeral rites. bers decided to celebrate a Sikh religious ceremony As Sikhs desire to be full members of society, the known as Vaisakhi – a celebration honouring the birth temple is open to all peoples from all walks of life. As of the Sikh religious community known as the Khalsa one of the Sikh principles is Seva – free and faithful serPanth. vice to one’s community - the temple promotes focus

The inaugural Vaisakhi celebration took place on April 13, 1974 in the Moose Hall on Douglas Street in Prince George. The entire Sikh community participated in this celebration and it was such a success, that it was decided to form an executive committee whose goal would be to construct a more permanent religious and cultural centre, known as a Gurudwara, for the young Sikh community.

upon working in order to better the entire society within which one resides. An example of this would be when the community raised $100,000 over 2006 and 2007 for the Spirit of the North Health Care Foundation in order to help it build a new pediatrics ward and single rooms for labour and delivery. In appreciation, one of these rooms was named after the founding Guru of Sikhism who espoused the value of community service, Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The room is in the University Hospital of The following 11 committee members were selected Northern British Columbia. to head up the project: President – Gurbax Singh Brar; Furthermore the temple participated in the Sikh NaVice-President – Narinder Singh Pawar; Secretary – Ram Singh Gill; Vice-Secretary – Jagdev Singh Jawanda; tions blood donation campaign for the Canadian Blood Treasurer – David Aulakh; Vice-Treasurer – Parshotam Services and in the Cancer Relay for Life Run. Guru Kumar Sharma; Members – Balvir Singh Dandhu, Sar- Gobind Singh Temple Association also organizes sports wan Singh Pawar, Narajan Singh Sandhu, Dev Singh events and provides full facilities to the Indo-Canadian Senior Society. Bains, and Ram Singh Manhas. From its inception until today the Sikh community They originally registered the society as the Guru Nanak Cultrual Sikh Society; however in 1977 this was has sought not only to preserve its traditions but to be changed to the Guru Gobind Singh Temple Association. an integral part in promoting the welfare of the entire community within which it resides. Thus the past 40 While work on the Gurudwara was in its infancy, the years not only mark an important celebration for the hall began to be used monthly to celebrate communal Sikh community but also mark 40 years of striving to and religious functions. However, the need for a Gurudbetter Prince George. wara was never forgotten and the community began to To celebrate the 40th anniversary Sri Akhand Path raise money and look for a potential building site. service – three days of reading of their holy scripture – To this end, in 1976 a building site was found on the was performed from May 30th to June 1st, 2014. Upon corner of 5th and Kelly Street which used to be a church. completion, the speakers including the Honorable ShirHowever, this facility was unable to provide for the needs ley Bond, Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training of the growing community due to the lack of a sufficient and Minister Responsible for Labour thanked the conkitchen and washroom facilities. Therein, work began gregation and delivered a message from the Honorin 1978 whereby a new building was attached to the exable Christy Clark, Premier of British Columbia. The enisting one, and these issues were corrected. This was tire community took part in this celebration with great completed in 1979 and an opening ceremony to mark excitement and enthusiasm. At the end, the Executive the occasion was celebrated on December 25, 1979. thanked all the participants who made this event very This building took a lot of work and required the en- successful.

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June 7, 2014

Indo-Okanagan Times

Remembering the KomagataMaru

On May 23, 1914, a ship named the KomagataMaru entered Vancouver’s Burrard Inlet carrying 376 passengers from India who had hopes for a new life in Canada. After that long journey they were turned away and not allowed to enter the country. What made this event more tragic was that, upon their forced repatriation to India, 19 individuals were killed. The Government of British Columbia joinedmany others to remember the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the ship and its passengers. The KomagataMaru incident was a stain on the history of Canada and highlights the racist government policies of the time. Despite the fact that all of the passengers were British Subjects, they were not allowed to set

foot on Canadian soil. Instead, they faced racism and hatred. In 2008, the B.C. legislature made a formal apology to the South Asian community and to the families of the victims of this incident. The motion reads as follows: “Be it resolved that this Legislature apologizes for the events of May 23, 1914, when 376 passengers of the KomagataMaru, stationed off Vancouver harbour, were denied entry by Canada. The House deeply regrets that the passengers, who sought refuge in our country and our province, were turned away without benefit of the fair and impartial treatment befitting a society where people of all cultures are welcomed and accepted.”

The B.C. government believes that a rich multicultural society helps nurture acceptance, understanding and mutual respect. Cultural diversity, increased participation and engagement by all cultures are vitally important to create a strong and vibrant social and economic future for British Columbia. “Today this treatment would be unimaginable. We, as a province and as a nation, embrace people from all cultures. For over 100 years, the South Asian community has contributed to the development of Canada and British Columbia, and the cultural diversity they bring has enriched our society, our communities, and our nation,” said Christy Clark, Premier of British Columbia.

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Ushering in the new government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Pranab Mukherjee administered oath of office and secrecy to the 45-member Council of Ministers, marking the completion of a transition to a new order mandated by the people and witnessed by a galaxy of leaders of South Asian region and India. As the evening shadows lengthened across the sprawling forecourt, the majestic Rashtrapati Bhavan formed an impressive backdrop to the special stage set up to conduct the ceremony witnessed by over 3,000 special invitees and millions through television and live streaming on the web.Having propelled the BJP to victory with absolute majority in three decades, the 63-year-old Modi took oath in Hindi slogans of Bharat Mata-ki-Jai' and `Vande Matram' reverber-

ated in the air. Promising to usher in a transparent era of governance matched with delivery, the Modi government was fastest-off-the-block with the official website launched almost simultaneously as Modi signed the register. In his first message to the people, he said: “On 16th May 2014, the people of India gave their verdict. They delivered a mandate for development, good governance and stability. As we devote ourselves to take India’s development journey to newer heights, we seek your support, blessings and active participation. Together we will script a glorious future for India. Let us together dream of a strong, developed and inclusive India that actively engages with the global community to strengthen the cause of world peace and development.”

Prime Minister Modi takes charge

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Indo-Okanagan Times

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Okanagan College trades project celebrates milestone

Advanced EducationMinister AmrikVirk joined faculty, staff and students at Okanagan College recently to officially break ground for the new $33-million trades training complex. "Throughout British Columbia we are improving access and aligning skills training and education to match labour market needs," said Virk. "We are investing in facilities like the Kelowna Trades Complex so that we can make sure British Columbians are first-in-line for the one million jobs openings we expect by 2022." The expansion will give the college more than 5,500 square metres of new space. Combined with recent extensive renovations of more than 5,100 square metres of existing shop and classrooms space, the project will create up-to-date facilities for other trade shops including auto body, RV service technician, carpentry and welding. The project is the first of its kind in B.C. to transform a complex of its age, size and diversity into a modern learning space that is energy neutral. The project will be built to meet LEED Platinum standards, and a new three-storey tower has been designed to meet the requirements of the Living Building Challenge. Trades-related training at the Kelowna campus has more than doubled over the last 10 years and the renovation and renewal project will allow the college to meet current and future demands. Once completed, the new trades complex will accommodate up to 2,408 students and apprentices, including students that are currently accommodated at offsite leased facilities. "The Province's investment in the renovation and expansion of the trades training facility at Okanagan College will

provide a significant return for our students, and the employers and industry partners who rely on them," said Okanagan College president Jim Hamilton. "It sends a strong message about the importance of trades training and the value we place on our tradespeople. Our students and apprentices will benefit from a state-of-the-art learning environment that will set the bar for sustainability in trades training facilities in the region." "The new trades complex benefits students," said Kelowna Lake Country MLA Norm Letnick. "It means that more than 2,400 students and apprentices will be able to get the skills training onsite in a brand new, modern facility." "Choosing a trade is a very smart choice, offering a secure, rewarding and respected career - and our support for Okanagan College is helping learners become earners," said Kelowna-Mission MLA Steve Thomson. The provincial government is providing $28 million toward the total cost of the project, with Okanagan College raising the other $5 million. Project completion is on track for spring 2016. It is estimated that the new trades complex at Okanagan College will result in more than 200 direct and indirect construction jobs. Projections show a million job openings by 2022 with about 43 per cent requiring skills and trades training. As part of B.C.'s Skills for Jobs Blueprint: Re-engineering Education and Training, over the next three years, British Columbia will invest $185 million in capital projects such as the new Okanagan College trades complex to support trades and skills training.


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Indo-Okangan Times

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In the spring of 1914, a sad, two-month drama unfolded in Vancouver. The 376 passengers of the Japanese steamship KomagataMaru arrived in Burrard Inlet on May 23, but officials allowed only a handful into Canada – 20 returning residents, along with the ship’s doctor and his family. The remainder waited on board in difficult conditions for some 60 days until the ship, most of its passengers and their hopes for a better life were escorted away from the harbour by the Royal Canadian Navy. Harbhajan Gill, President of the KomagataMaru Heri t a g e Foundation, is proud to see the release of a stamp to raise awareness of what

happened. “The Foundation has done a good job educating people in the South Asian community, but there are still many Canadians who don’t know about the incident,” explains Gill. “We’d love this stamp to prompt questions. This is part of Canadian history.” The arrival of the KomagataMaru passengers – all British subjects and mostly Sikhs from Punjab, India – presented a major challenge to regulations aimed at barring Asian immigrants from Canada. Those regulations included a “continuous journey” clause and stipulated that immigrants must have $200 in cash – an obligation most found impossible to meet. Forced to leave Vancouver on July 23, the passengers returned to India, where approximately 20 of them were shot and others imprisoned. The regulations they boldly faced would change only 33 years later. “Even though it was a sad event, Canadians should take away a happy message. We’ve learned from those mistakes and made positive, inspiring change in 100 years,” says Gill. “We’re a new Canada, one that treats everyone as equal.” Issued on the first day of Asian Heritage Month, this stamp commemorates the struggle of the KomagataMaru passengers and celebrates the contribution of the South Asian community, and indeed all Asian Canadians, to Canada’s diversity and prosperity.


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Pt. Devi Dyal June, 2014 HOROSCOPE/ ðÅôÆëÿ

î¶Ö:(îÅðÚ BAÁêzËñ AI) ëÜÈñ çÅ îÅéÇÃÕ åäÅÀ, û޶çÅðÆ ç¶ Õ§î» ÓÚ é°ÕÃÅé Áå¶ ÇòÀ°êÅð ÁÅÇç ÇòµÚ êÇðòðåé ç¶ ï¯× ìäç¶ ÔéÍ Çîµåð çÆ îçç éÅñ ÇÕö Çò×ó¶ Õ§î ÓÚ Ã°èÅð Ô¯ò¶×ÅÍ ÇÃÔå ÓÚ ÖðÅìÆ Áå¶ Ú¯à ÁÅÇç çÅ âð ðÔ¶×ÅÍ

Aries (March 21-April 19): Chances of unnecessary tension, loss in joint ventures and change in business, etc. Some spoilt project may be set right with the help of a friend. Poor health and threat of injury.

ÇìzÖ: (ÁêzËñ B@-îÂÆ B@) ÇÜÁÅçÅ ÇîÔéå Áå¶ Ã§Øðô 寺 ìÅÁç ÔÆ ÁÅîçé ç¶ ÃÅèé ìäé×¶Í êð é½ÕðÆ ÇòµÚ ÕÂÆ êz¶ôÅéÆÁ» çÅ ÃÅÔîäÅ ÕðéÅ êò¶×ÅÍ ÇÃÔå ÇãµñÆ, ×°êå ð¯× Áå¶ Ã§åÅé Ãì§èÆ êz¶ôÅéÆ ìäÆ ðÔ¶×ÆÍ ÇÕö ÖÅà ÁÅçîÆ çÆ îµçç éÅñ Õ¯ÂÆ ÖÅà էî ÓÚ ÕÅîïÅìÆ ç¶ ï¯× ìäé׶Í

person may ditch you. Financial problems will be harder.

Õ§ÇéÁÅ: (Á×Ãå BC-Ãå§ìð BB) ÕÅð¯ìÅð ÇòµÚ ñÅí Áå¶ åðµÕÆ ç¶ î½Õ¶ Çîñä׶ êð ÖðÚ ÇÜÁÅçÅ Ô¯ ò ¶× ÅÍ À° µ Ú êµèðÆ ñ¯ Õ » éÅñ î¶ ñ ܯ ñ òè¶ × ÅÍ ÇÕö éò¶ º Õ§ î çÆ ï¯ Ü éÅ ìä¶ × ÆÍ ÇÂà ðÅôÆ å¶ î§ × ñ çŠçÚÅð Ô¯ä ÕðÕ¶ Õ°Þ ÜðÈðÆ Õ§î Çò×óé׶Í

Virgo (August 23-September 22): Will get chances of progress in business and profit, but there will be more expenses. Will develop relations with highly placed

Taurus (April 20-May 20): Will have sources of income after very hard work and struggle, but may face a lot of problems in service. Possibility of poor health, illness and worries about offspring. Chances of success in some particular effort with the help of a particular person.

ÕðÕ: (ÜÈé BA-Ü°ñÅÂÆ BB) çØðôêÈðä ÔÅñÅå» çÅ ÃÅÔîäÅ ÕðéÅ êò¶×ÅÍ ìä¶ Õ§î» ÇòµÚ ð°ÕÅòà» êËçÅ Ô¯ä×ÆÁ»Í ìÔ°å ÇÜÁÅçÅ ç½ó íµÜ Õðé å¶ òÆ è§é ñÅí صà ðÔ¶×ÅÍ êåÆ êåéÆ ÇòµÚ éðÅÜ×Æ ç¶ ÕÅðé îÅéÇÃÕ åäÅú ðÔ¶×ÅÍ òÅÔé ÁÅÇç ÚñÅÀ°ºç¶ Ã õà ÁÅÇç çÅ âð ðÔ¶×ÅÍ

Cancer (June 21-July 22): Will have to struggle hard. Succeeding projects may face obstacles. Monetary gain will not be according to the hard work put in. Some tension in husband-wife relations. You may get hurt while driving a vehicle. ÇçØ: (Ü°ñÅÂÆ BC-Á×Ãå BB) ÇÕö éò¶º Õ§î çÆ ï¯ÜéÅ ìä¶×ÆÍ ÇòÀ°êÅð ÇòµÚ åðµÕÆ Áå¶ è§é ñÅí ç¶ ðÃå¶ ÇéÕñä×¶Í ÇòÇçÁÅ ÇòµÚ ÃëñåÅ, ÇÂÃåðÆ Áå¶ Á½ñÅç òñ¯º Ö°ôÆ Çîñ¶×ÆÍ Õ¯ÂÆ é¶ó¶ çÅ ÃÅæÆ è¯ÖÅ Õð ÃÕçÅ ÔËÍ ÁÅðÇæÕ ÃîµÇÃÁÅò» ÃÖå Ô¯ä×ÆÁ»Í Leo (July 23-August 22): Will plan some new activity. Chances of progress in business and profit. Success in education and happiness from wife and offspring. Some close

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ÇòÚ ÕÅÇÂî ðµÖäÅ ÔË Áå¶ À° Ô ÜË é é¶ Õ Ãà, éÅñ òÆ Ãð×ðî ÇðÔÅ ÔË, ܯ ÇÕ ï°éÅÂÆà¶â ò¶Á çÆ ÇÂÕ ôÅÖÅ ÔË Ü¯ ÇÕ ÜòÅé» À° ê ð ÇèÁÅé Õ¶ºçÇðå ÕðçÆ ÔË Áå¶ òµÖ òµÖ ÃæÅéÕ ÚËÇðàÆ êz¯×zÅî» À°é·» çÆ ÃÔÅÇÂåÅ ÕðçÆ ÔËÍ ìÃð», ÇÜÃçÅ êÇðòÅð Á½ Õ éÅ×é ÇòÚ A@@ òÇð· Á » å¯ º òÆ òµè Ãî¶ º å¯ º ðÇÔ ÇðÔÅ ÔË , é¶ ÁÅêäÆ À°îÆçòÅðÆ ìÅð¶ ÜñçÆ ÔÆ Ø¯ôäÅ Õðä ìÅð¶ ëË Ã ñÅ ÕÆåÅ å» Ü¯ ÇÂà ìÅð¶ À° à çÆ Ã¯ Ú Áå¶ ÇÂÛÅ ìÅð¶ ñÅÂÆÁ» ÜÅ ðÔÆÁ» ÇÕÁÅà ÁðÅÂÆÁ» éȧ áµñ êÅÂÆ ÜÅ ÃÕ¶ Áå¶ ÇÂà ñÂÆ òÆ ÇÕ ôÅÇÂç ÇÂ§Þ Õðé éÅñ À°ÃçÆ ÇÕÃîå À° à çÅ ÃÅæ ç¶ ò ¶ ܯ ÇÕ À° Ã é¶ ÕÆåÅ ÃÆ Üç¯ º À°Ãé¶ ÕËñ¯òéÅ ôÇÔð çÆ é×ðêÅÇñÕÅ êÇðôç çÆÁ» Ú¯ä» ñóÆÁ» Ãé, ÇÜµæ¶ À°Ô ðÅÜéÆÇåÕ ÔñÇÕÁ» ÇòÚ éò» Ô¯ ä ç¶ ìÅòÜÈ ç ò¯ à » çÆ

Will face tension because of unnecessary journey. Chances of progress and monetary gain. Will get cooperation from siblings. Stay away from avoidable problems. Will have to spend on conveyance, etc. Poor health and possibility of some injury. èé: (éò§ìð BB-ççìð BA) ÇÕö èÅðÇîÕ Õ§î ç¶ ÖðÚ Ô¯ò¶×ÅÍ ÇÜÁÅçÅåð Ãî» îé¯ð§Üé ÓÚ ìÆå¶×ÅÍ îé ÓÚ Ö°ôÆ Ô¯ò¶×ÆÍ ÖÅà ÇîÔéå éÅñ Õ§§î êÈð¶ Ô¯ ä ×¶Í îÅéÇÃÕ åäÅÁ Áå¶ ×° µ ö çÆ íÅòéÅ òè¶ × ÆÍ ÕÅð¯ìÅðÆ ÔÅñÅå ÃèÅðä ðÇÔä×¶Í î°ôÇÕñ» ç¶ ìÅòÜÈç ñÅí ç¶ î½Õ¶ Çîñä׶Í

Sagittarius (November22-December 21): Spending on religious functions. Most of the time will go in entertainment. You will be happy. Works will be accomplished with hard work. Tension and anger will trouble you. Business to be ordinary. Will get monetary gain despite difficulties. îÕð: (ççìð BB-ÜéòðÆ AI) ÇÕö Çîµåð çÆ îçç éÅñ Õ¯ÂÆ Çò×ÇóÁÅ Õ§î ìä¶×ÅÍ Õ¯ÂÆ ô°í ÃîÅÚÅð Çîñä ç¶ ÁÃÅð ÔéÍ è§é ñÅí îÅé ÃéîÅé ÇòµÚ òÅèÅ, Ãî» Ú§×Å ìÆå¶×ÅÍ ÇòÇçÁÅðæÆÁ» ñÂÆ Ãî» ô°í ðÔ¶×ÅÍ ×°µÃ¶ éȧ ÕÅìÈ ÓÚ ðµÖä çÆ ñ¯ó ÔËÍ Capricorn (December 22-January 19): Some spoilt work will be set right with the help of a friend. Chances of some good news. There will be monetary gain, increase in self-respect and good time. It is good period for students. Need to tame anger.

Çîæ°é: (îÂÆ BA-ÜÈé B@) è§é ñÅí Áå¶ îÅä ǵÜå ÓÚ òÅèÅ Ô¯ò¶×ÅÍ î°ôÕñ» ç¶ ìÅòÜÈç è§é ñÅí ç¶ î½Õ¶ Çîñä×¶Í êÇðòÅðÕ îÔ½ñ ðÖç ðÔ¶×ÅÍ ÇòÇçÁÅðæÆÁ» éȧ ǵÛÅ î°åÅìÕ ÕÅîïÅìÆ ñÂÆ ÇîÔéå Áå¶ Õ¯Çôô ÕðéÆ êò¶×ÆÍ

Gemini (May 21-June 20): Monetary gain despite difficulties and increase in self-respect. Peace in family life. Students will have to put in extra effort for desired success.

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people. Will plan some new venture. Some vital works may be hit because of the effect of Mars. å°ñÅ: (Ãå§ìð BC-ÁÕåÈìð BB) ×°÷Åð¶ï¯× Áîçé ç¶ ÃÅèé ìäç¶ ðÇÔä×¶Í èÅðÇîÕ Õ§î» òµñ ð°ÞÅé òè¶×ÅÍ À°µÚ êµèðÆ ñ¯Õ» éÅñ î¶ñܯñ òè¶×ÅÍ ç¯Ãå» çÆ Õ°Þ îçç òÆ Çîñ¶×ÆÍ ÁÚÅéÕ ïÅåðÅ Áå¶ è§é ç¶ ÖðÚ òèä×¶Í Øð¶ñÈ À°ñÞä» ÕÅðé îé Áô»å ðÔ¶×ÅÍ

Libra (September 23-October 22): Will get sources of income for livelihood. Interest in religious matters. Will develop relations with highly placed persons. Will get help from friends. Chances of a sudden journey and expenses. Anxiety will be there because of family problems. ÇìzôÚÕ: (ÁÕåÈìð BC-éò§ìð BA) øÜÈñ çÆ ïÅåðŠ寺 êz¶ôÅéÆ Ô¯ò¶×ÆÍ ×°÷Åð¶ï ¯× è§é ñÅí Áå¶ åðµÕÆ çÅ ï¯ × ÔË Í íË ä íðÅò» çÅ ÃÇÔï¯ × Çîñ¶ ×ÅÍ ëÜÈñ ç¶ Þ§Ü໠寺 çÈð ðÇÔäÅ êò¶×ÅÍ ÃòÅðÆ ÁÅÇç ðµÖ» å¶ ÖðÚ Ô¯ò¶×ÅÍ ÇÃÔå ÖðÅì Áå¶ Ú¯à ÁÅÇç çÅ âð ÔËÍ Scorpio (October 23-November 21):

Ç×äåÆ ÇòÚ êzíÅòôÅñÆ åðÆÕ¶ éÅñ åÆܶ æ» Àêð ÇðÔÅ ÃÆÍ ìÃð» çÆ ÇêÛñÆ Ú§×Æ ðÅÜéÆÇåÕ ÇÕÃîå 寺 ÇÂñÅòÅ ÇÂÕ Ô¯ ð ÇçñÚµÃê åµæ ÇÂÔ ÔË ÇÕ À°é·» ç¶ çÅçÅ ÜÆ, ܽÔéâð ìÃð», ÃÅð¶ ÕËé¶âÅ ÇòÚ êÇÔñ¶ ǧâ¯-ÕËé¶âÆÁÅé î¶Áð Ãé ÇÜé·» é¶ AIG@ ÇòÁ» ÇòÚ ÇññÈ Â ¶ à ç¶ î¶ Á ð òܯ º Çå§é òÅð öòÅ ÕÆåÆÍ ÇçîÅ× ÇòÚ ÇÂÔ ×µñ éÅñ, ðÅÜéÆÇåÕ ÔñÇÕÁ» ÇòÚ ìÃð» çÆ ÇÂÕ îÅäï¯ × êÇðòÅðÕ ðÆå ÔË Áå¶ À° Ô ÇÂà Ç÷§ î ¶ ç ÅðÆ éÈ § ק í ÆðåÅ éÅñ ñË º çÅ ÔË Í ìçÇÕÃîåÆ éÅñ, BI çç ì ð, B@AC éÈ § ܽ Ô éâð ìÃð» ÚñÅäÅ Õð ׶ êð À° é · » çÆ ÇòðÅÃå Õ½Çñé ìÃð» éȧ À°é·» ç¶ éÕô¶ Õçî» À°êð Úµñä ñÂÆ êz¶ðçÆ ÔéÍ ìÃð» ÇòÁÅÔ¶ ԯ¶ Ôé Áå¶ À°é·» ç¶ ç¯ ìµÚ¶ Ôé Áå¶ À°é·» ç¶ ì÷°ð× îÅåÅ ÇêåÅ ÇÂñÅÕ¶ ÇòÚ ðÇÔ§ ç ¶ ÔéÍ À° é · » é¶ Õ¶ Á Ë ñ À° ÔÅÂÆ ÃÕÈ ñ å¯ º ÃéÅåÕ çÆ Çâ×ðÆ êzÅêå ÕÆåÆÍ ÇÂà ñÂÆ, À°Ô ÇÂÔ î§ é ç¶ Ôé ÇÕ À° Ô ÇÂà ôÇÔð éÈ § Áå¶

Õ°§í: (ÜéòðÆ B@-ëðòðÆ AH) îÅä ǵÜå ÇòµÚ òÅèÅ èÅðÇîÕ Õ§î» òµñ ð°ÞÅé òè¶×ÅÍ ×°ÜÅð¶ï¯× è§é êzÅêåÆ ç¶ ÃÅèé ìäé×¶Í ÃòÅðÆ ÁÅÇç ðµÖ ÃÅèé» ÇòµÚ òÅèÅ Ô¯ò¶×ÅÍ À°µÚ êµèð ç¶ ñ¯Õ» éÅñ î¶ñܯñ òè¶×ÅÍ Øð¶ñÈ ÇÚ§åÅ êËçÅ Ô¯ä×ÆÁ»Í

Aquarius (January 20-February 18): Increase in self-respect and interest in religious matters. Sources of income for livelihood. Increase in means of comfort, including conveyance. Will have good relations with highly placed people. Domestic tension will surround you. îÆé: (ëðòðÆ AI-îÅðÚ B@) ÕÅð¯ìÅðÆ ç½ó íµÜ ÇÜÁÅçÅ ðÔ¶×ÆÍ è§é çÅ ÖðÚ ëÜÈñ ç¶ Õ§ î » å¶ ÇÜÁÅçÅ ðÔ¶ × ÅÍ Øð ÇòµÚ ñóÅÂÆ Þ×óÅ å¶ è§ é Ãì§èÆ êz¶ôÅéÆ ðÔ¶×ÆÍ Á½ðå» éȧ ÁÅêäÆ ÇÃÔå Áå¶ Ã§åÅé çÅ ÖÅà ÇÖÁÅñ ðµÖäÅ êò¶ × ÅÍ ì¶ñ ¯ó Æ ïÅåðÅ ÓÚ è§ é çÅ é°ÕÃÅé Ô¯ ÃÕçÅ ÔËÍ

Pisces (February 19-March 20): A lot of running about connected with business. More money will go in useless activities. Differences and fiscal problems will create tension in the family. Women will have to take care of their health and offspring. Chances of expenses on needless journey.

é×ðêÅÇñÕÅ ÃðÕÅð» ç¶ ëË Ã ÇñÁ» çÅ ç¯ ò ¶ º ÜòÅé Áå¶ ì÷°ð× êÇðòÅð» À°êð ÁÃñ¯º ÔÆ ÕÆ ÁÃð Ô° § ç Å ÔË , ÇÂÃéÈ § ìÔ° å Ú§ × Æ åð» éÅñ ÃîÞç¶ ÔéÍ ìÃð» ÕÇÔ§ ç ¶ Ôé ÇÕ À° Ô ÇÂé· » çÆÁ» ÷ðÈðå» éȧ ÇèÁÅé ÇòÚ ðµÖä׶ Ü篺 òÆ ÕËñ¯òéÅ òð׶ ôÇÔð éȧ ÚñÅÀ°ä ñÂÆ À°é·» éȧ Ú°ä½åÆÁ» çÅ ÃÅÔîäÅ ÕðéÅ êò¶×Å Áå¶ ÃµÖå ëËÃñ¶ ñËä¶ Ô¯ä×¶Í ìÃð» òÅåÅòðä êz ì § è é Áå¶ Çܧ î ¶ ç ÅðÆ ÇòÚ ÇòôòÅà Õðç¶ Ôé Áå¶ À° Ô Áå¶ À° é · » çÆ êåéÆ, ÇÂà ñÂÆ, ÁÅêä¶ ÁÅê ç¶ òÅåÅòðä êËð» ç¶ ÇéôÅé» éȧ ØàÅÀ°ä ÇòÚ ñµ×¶ ԯ¶ Ôé, À°Ô ÕÇÔ§ç¶ ÔéÍ Üç¯ º òÆ Ô¯ ÃÕ¶ ÁÃÆ êË ç ñ Úñç¶ Ô» Ü» ÃÅÂÆÕñ ÚñÅÀ° º ç¶ Ô» Áå¶ ÁÅîå½ ð å¶ òÅåÅòðä çì§èÆ ÜÅ×ðÈÕåÅ ç¶ å½ð åðÆÇÕÁ» éÈ § ÁÅêä¶ ðÇÔä ÃÇÔä ÇòÚ ÁêéÅÀ° ä çÆ Õ¯ Ç ôô Õðç¶ Ô» À° Ô ÕÇÔ§ ç ¶ ÔéÍ Áå¶ ÁÃƺ ÁÅêä¶ ìµÇÚÁ» éȧ òÆ ÇÂÔ¯ Õðä ñÂÆ ÕÇÔäÅ ÚÅÔ§°ç¶ Ô»Í

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Prevent Costly Home Repairs Watch Out for Ordinary Wear and Tear

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The repair bills for a destructive roof leak or an inconvenient appliance failure can really catch homeowners off guard, and while it may seem like a disaster at the time, standard insurance policies don’t cover damage or repairs that result from normal wear and tear or lack of maintenance.

It’s a good idea for homeowners to expect some natural deterioration of their property and to budget appropriately for repairs that are likely to become necessary given the age or condition of their home. For buyers who are considering a purchase, a property inspector can provide specific information about the age of a home’s most vital systems and its overall construction quality.

The hardiness of the materials used to build a home generally determines how long the components are likely to last, but the quality of the installation, intensity of use, local climate conditions and level of maintenance can all impact their actual longevity.

Anticipated Life Expectancy (in years)

Roofing Materials

State, copper……........50+ Clay/concrete tile….....50+ Wood shake………........30 Fiber cement shingles..25 Asphalt shingles……....20

Floors

Stone………........100+ Wood………........100+ Tile…………........75-100 Vinyl……….........50 Laminate…........15-25 Carpet…….........8-10

Windows

Wood……………...30+ Aluminum (clad.....15-20 Window glazing….10

Plumbing/HVAC

Water heaters: tankless......20 Heat pumps…………….......16 Faucets…………….........15-20 Furnaces…………….......15-20 A/C units…………...........10-15 Water heaters:gas/electric..10

Outdoor Decks

Northern climates20-30 Dry climates……..20-25

Southern climates.10-15

Appliances

Gas/electric ranges..13-15 Refrigerators……….......13 Clothes dryers……........13 Garbage disposals........12 Washing machines…....10 Dishwashers………........9

The most durable materials used today, including hardwoods, composites, stone and various tiles, can last a lifetime with the proper care and maintenance. However, they are often replaced prior to the end of their useful life for aesthetic reasons, as styles, preferences and decorative options change over time. When replacing wom-out or dated features, many agents recommend that homeowners select materials and upgrade that are in line with the neighborhood norm. Overimproving or under-improving can limit the potential return on your investment.


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