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Five sent to jail for cheating Indian Bank of Rs 4.19 crore

Five sent to jail for cheating Indian Bank of Rs 4.19 crore

The court sentenced P. Senthilkumar, the then CEO-cum-Chairman of Palpap Ichinichi Software International Ltd, Chennai, to five years rigorous imprisonment while T.R. Dhanasekar and R. Karunanidhi, both then Directors of SJS Network and Services Ltd, Chennai, were sentenced to three years rigorous imprisonment. 

Five sent to jail for cheating Indian Bank of Rs 4.19 crore

Nearly 700 more international firefighters coming to Canada to help battle fires

Nearly 700 more international firefighters coming to Canada to help battle fires

Almost 700 firefighters from South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the United States are set to arrive in Canada over the next two weeks to help with the unusually severe start to the wildfire season. There are 214 fires burning and 93 of them are out of control, up from 87 out-of-control fires Thursday.

 

Nearly 700 more international firefighters coming to Canada to help battle fires

Vancouver home sales rise in May, nearing 10-year average: real estate board

Vancouver home sales rise in May, nearing 10-year average: real estate board

The B.C. board says Vancouver's housing market is showing signs of heating up heading into the summer, as prices increased for the sixth consecutive month.  The board says sales for the month totalled 3,411, which was 1.4 per cent below the 10-year seasonal average of 3,458.

Vancouver home sales rise in May, nearing 10-year average: real estate board

Stanley Park bike lanes removed

Stanley Park bike lanes removed

After heated debates and decision reversals, most of Stanley Park’s temporary bike lanes set up during the pandemic have now been removed. It means cars now have two lanes along the main Park Drive and those cycling through will either have to share the road or go to the seawall for a slower pace.

Stanley Park bike lanes removed

Woman pulled from Fraser River: New Westminster Police

Woman pulled from Fraser River: New Westminster Police

Police in New Westminster say a woman is recovering in hospital after being pulled from the Fraser River. They say officers received a report around noon on Tuesday that woman who appeared to be in distress could be seen from the pier in the fast-moving water.

Woman pulled from Fraser River: New Westminster Police

Suspicious occurrence in Crescent Park

Suspicious occurrence in Crescent Park

The complainant saw a man running in her direction carrying a rope, was startled, ran away and contacted police. Police attended the park, spoke with the complainant and conducted patrols through the park.  

 

Suspicious occurrence in Crescent Park

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