Moments of Clarity, comes to theatres and VOD/Digital on September 23, 2016

August 29, 2016 TORONTO – levelFILM will release the charismatic comedy, Moments of Clarity, in select Toronto theatres and on VOD/Digital nationwide on September 23, 2016.

The film stars Lyndsy Fonseca (Kick-Ass), Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight) and Marguerite Moreau (Wet Hot American Summer).  Moments of Clarity was also co-written, produced and stars Kristin Wallace.

Moments of Clarity tells the story of a repressed agoraphobic’s daughter (Wallace) and a hardened pastor’s daughter (Fonseca). While escaping their homes to fix a broken camera they end up en route to attend an annual church youth group jamboree. On the way, they encounter a host of characters that slowly reveal that their worlds aren’t what they thought they were. Continue reading “Moments of Clarity, comes to theatres and VOD/Digital on September 23, 2016”

Cleveland Cavaliers’ Tristan Thompson brings NBA championship trophy to Brampton

Tristan Thompson, brings the Larry O’Brien Trophy for the NBA championship to the Brampton Soccer Centre this morning.  He was also be presented with the key to the city.

 Tristan Thompson is the first Brampton native to win the NBA championship and the Cleveland Cavaliers forward. He shared  his triumph with his hometown on Friday.

Several kids from various sports camps sat in the middle of the gym and  cheered for him when he made his entry. After a short speech and photo session with  the kids in the gym, he moved to the outdoor court, where audiences witnessed  Thompson being awarded the key to the city of Brampton by Councillor Gurpreet Dhillon.

“Be a part of something special. I didn’t know what I wanted to be. I knew I loved basketball but I never thought I’d make it to the NBA or play at the Division 1 level.” He thanked his mother and told her he loved her.

“Don’t let anyone tell you what you can’t do,” he continued. “Especially being Canadian and trying to play basketball at the highest level, very few were able to do it before us. Most people would tell us that you’re crazy, you can’t play (in the NCAA).”

“What’s most important for me is to be able to create opportunities for the next generation,” he said, looking out at the kids in the crowd. “That’s my purpose. I think that’s why the Lord has blessed me with this talent, is to bless others.”

Sachin Tendulkar interacts with Swachh Bharat Champion Collectors

The Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, India,  in association with UNICEF, organized an interactive session between Swachh Bharat Champions Collectors across 22 States and Swachh Bharat ambassador, Shri Sachin Tendulkar. The interaction was aimed at celebrating and honoring the efforts and determination of Collectors who have done exemplary work in the field of rural sanitation, and led their districts to achieve an Open Defecation Free status. Continue reading “Sachin Tendulkar interacts with Swachh Bharat Champion Collectors”


Produced by Jeff Nichols and Sonny Mallhi

Written and Directed by Rachel Lambert


IN THE RADIANT CITY will make its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday, September 11th at 1:00pm at the Scotiabank 13.

Synopsis: Twenty years ago, in the town of Medina, Kentucky, seventeen-year old Michael Yurley committed an unthinkable murder. His younger brother, Andrew, was the only witness to the crime and his testimony sent Michael to prison for life. The trial, the crime, and its infamy tore their family apart. Michael’s case is up for re-sentencing, and his lawyer, eager for a win, has summoned Andrew back to the place and people he fled, including a sister who rejected him for a blood betrayal and a mother distraught by the loss of her sons. Andrew develops an unlikely friendship with a young girl, Beth, who turns out to be more connected to him than he thinks. Can Beth lead Andrew down the path to relieve Andrew and his family of the stigma that has haunted them for the past twenty years? Continue reading “IN THE RADIANT CITY:World Premiere @ TIFF”


The Exclusive and Intimate Concert Series Will Visit
Los Angeles, Dallas, and Miami

With Official Sponsors BMW of North America, Colgate® Optic White®, McDonald’s®,
and Post® Consumer Brands

MIAMI (Aug. 23, 2016)  —The lineup for The Latin Recording Academy®‘s 2016 Latin GRAMMY® Acoustic Sessions will feature headline performances by five-time Latin GRAMMY winners Jesse & Joy, two-time Latin GRAMMY-winning duo Sin Bandera, and Latin pop trailblazer Gloria Trevi. An exclusive by invitation-only concert series, Latin GRAMMY Acoustic Sessions give guests an up-close-and-personal experience with some of today’s most talented Latin musicians.

“These exclusive events pave the way towards The Biggest Night in Latin Music® while allowing Latin music fans to celebrate together, in a true intimate setting, with some of today’s most esteemed artists,” said Gabriel Abaroa Jr. President/CEO of The Latin Recording Academy. “As the Session series enters its sixth year, we couldn’t be more proud and excited to continue to bridge the relationship between artists and Latin music fans. Commencing this year’s Latin GRAMMY season, we look forward to celebrating Latin music along with these gracious and talented musicians. With a new Acoustic Sessions partner, Stryd, I’m sure we can expect to experience some remarkable concerts.”

Delhi Poised to get New Air Force Aerospace Museum

Delhi will soon have a sprawling new Aerospace Museum close to the international airport focused mainly on Nation’s rich aviation history. New Aerospace Museum is not only meant to preserve the glorious tradition of the IAF but also to create awareness in general public about India’s rich Aerospace heritage.

The IAF believes that the Museum would be a popular tourist attraction and a landmark in India’s capital city. A proposal for new Air Force Aerospace Museum was cleared by Ministry of Defence and final financial sanction on the Detailed Project Report is awaited. After the approval, the new museum would be ready for the tourists within 3-5 years. Continue reading “Delhi Poised to get New Air Force Aerospace Museum”

FlipBelt: Your Ultimate Fitness Package


FlipBelt— Considered one of the BEST running/workout accessories on the market (number 1 on Amazon), FlipBelt offers a hands free solution to carrying your phone and other belongings while working out, running or while on the go. The tubular band fits snuggly around your upper or lower hip and safely holds cell phones, car keys, money, credit cards, inhalers and more, with their 3 inch wide pocket fitting even the biggest of cell phones (including the 6 plus).

Retail $28.99

FlipBelt Zipper— A new wider pocket with zipper protection has allowed the FlipBelt to become more convenient and comfortable than ever.  Made from sweat wicking material the sleek belt is designed to fit snuggly around your waist and store all of your essential items while exercising. Keys, credit cards, inhalers, and phones (even the iPhone 6 plus) comfortably fit inside the belt while the zipper pocket ensures that no item will be lost or dropped.  Retails for 34.99

Million Mile Light— FlipBelt had safety in mind when it created the first of its kind motion powered light.  Compact and weatherproof, the Million Mile Light can illuminate up to 200 meters of visibility.  The BATTERY FREE light releases a burst of renewable energy with each step its wearer takes. It will provide peace of mind on early morning or late night runs by keeping you safe and seen. Guaranteed not to quit until you do. Retail $22.99. Continue reading “FlipBelt: Your Ultimate Fitness Package”

Indian American students receive scholarships for breakthrough discoveries

Reno, Nev. – Several Indian American students won awards ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 from the Davidson Institute of Talent Development. There were 20 students honored with the award and of those, 7 students are Indian American or South Asian American. The honorees include:

Surabhi Mundada won a $10,000 Davidson Fellows Scholarship for her project, MyGlove: Assisting Hand Movements, Grip, and Tremor. 

Maya Varma won a $25,000 Davidson Fellows Scholarship for her project, A Wireless Smartphone-Based System for Diagnosis of Pulmonary Illnesses. 

Sriharshita Musunuri won a $50,000 Davidson Fellows Scholarship for her project, Application of Tetrahedrite and Magnesium Silicide in a Novel Thermoelectric Unicouple to Generate Electricity from Industrial Waste Heat.

Anurudh Ganesan won a $25,000 Davidson Fellows Scholarship for his project, VAXXWAGON: An Innovative Eco-Friendly “No Ice, No Electric” Active Refrigeration System for Last-Leg Vaccine Transportation. Continue reading “Indian American students receive scholarships for breakthrough discoveries”

Anti-Ageing: Deepan Kriya

A common thought that prevails over most people in the 30s and 40s is how not to put on weight. With increasing age, the metabolic processes of the body become sluggish and there is a decrease in physical activity. In such a situation a person engaged day-in- and-day- out in the pursuit of five senses and collection for himself, starts to gain weight and falls prey to the myriad diseases linked with an obese body. Ill-informed and desperate, he cuts down on certain components of the diet arbitrarily or consults a dietician.

A dietician, too, only understands the physical aspect of body and in most cases, prescribes reducing the fat component of diet.The physical body or annamaya kosha is defined in ayurveda as ‘Dosha dhatu mala mool hi shariram’, i.e., the body is composed of doshas, dhatus and malas. These three factors direct and manipulate the physical manifestation of the body, for the body is the site of manifestation of consciousness and comprises of the panchamahabhuta (five elements). Continue reading “Anti-Ageing: Deepan Kriya”

Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada On India’s Independence Day

August 15, 2016
Ottawa, Ontario

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement in recognition of India’s Independence Day:

“Today, we join the people of India and members of the Indo-Canadian community in celebrating India’s 70th Independence Day.

“Canada and India unite in our shared traditions of democracy and diversity. Together, our nations stand as a testament to the fact that countries can prosper not in spite of their diversity, but precisely because of it.

“It has been a pleasure to meet with Prime Minister Modi, and I look forward to working together to further strengthen the relationship between our two countries, and to collaborating on global issues, including peace and security, climate change, and gender equality.

“On behalf of the Government of Canada, Sophie and I invite all Canadians to reflect on the significant contributions that Indo-Canadians have made to our national fabric, and wish all those celebrating today a happy Independence Day.”