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Darpan special Vaisakhi issue 2023

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 13 Apr, 2023

    Darpan's special Vaisakhi issue is out now. Read about the Birth of Khalsa, find great recipes, and after a 3 year pandemic hiatus the Vaisakhi parade returns to the City of Vancouver and the City of Surrey. 

    The Darpan Magazine team wishes everyone a very Happy Vaisakhi. 

    Read more about it in our upcoming issue. 

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    South Asian Women: Breaking Barriers and Going Places

    South Asian Women: Breaking Barriers and Going Places

    Keeping up with the tradition, this issue marks the fourth year as DARPAN celebrates the achievements of seven women steering clear of stereotypes and forging their own paths. While each comes from a different professional background, they are all resilient, hardworking and fully committed to their calling in life. 

    South Asian women breaking barriers: Tarannum Thind

    South Asian women breaking barriers: Tarannum Thind

    In 1997, Tarannum immigrated to Canada with her family and tried her hand at different study programs. She auditioned and got selected to host a multicultural show on Channel M in Hindi and Punjabi. It began the professional journey of one of the most sort-after, familiar, and personable South Asian media personalities in Vancouver and beyond.

     

     

    South Asian women breaking barriers: Kiran Toor

    South Asian women breaking barriers: Kiran Toor

    As president of the organization, Kiran collaborates with leaders and volunteers in Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto in Canada; Punjab in India; Columbia; and Uganda, who help facilitate multiple programs across six streams, which include sports, mentorship, education, counselling & mental health, environment, and community engagement.

    South Asian women breaking barriers: Saje Brar

    South Asian women breaking barriers: Saje Brar

    At Yale University, she was the first South Asian to play on the Yale Woman Soccer Team. As NCAA Division 1 soccer player, she was among the top soccer players across colleges in the USA and won twice the Ivy League Rookie of the Week award in her first year.

     

     

    South Asian women breaking barriers: Wendy Mehat

    South Asian women breaking barriers: Wendy Mehat

    As Officer in Charge, Wendy oversees policing, police response, community welfare initiatives, human resources, and more in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows cities. Amidst all this, she prioritizes the mental and physical well-being of her police officers, who see so much trauma all around them. 

    South Asian women breaking barriers: Niki Sharma

    South Asian women breaking barriers: Niki Sharma

    As Attorney General, Niki's core mandate focuses on ensuring the justice system functions equitably and fairly. She is also part of the Indigenous Justice Strategy, which works towards making the justice system fairer and better for the indigenous people.

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