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Modi’s USA (VOA) Should inlcude Canada Tourists-Vikram Bajwa

Vancouver BC. Sarah Sidhu. India is working on a proposal for Visa on Arrival (VOA) facility for US Citizens and Tourists, on of the big ticket announcements expecyed to be made during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vist to the United Nations, beginning September 26.

B.C.Peoples Party, president Vikram Bajwa has requested India’s Home Minister Rajnath Singh, to include Canadian Citizens and tourists at par with USA. MHA in consultations with India’s Tourism Ministry, is working on the tourist VOA under which visa will be granted to US Citizens who do not have a residence or occupation in India and whose sole objective of visiting India would be recreation, sightseeing, casual visit to meet friends and relatives, etc, the sources said. According to Ministry of Tourism, about 10 lakh US Citizens visit India on an annual basis, which includes Non resident Indians, from Gujarat, Punjab, Kerala, Maharashtra, which according to Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs is 6 Lakhs.

BC Peoples Party, president Vikram Bajwa, confirms the visitor from Canada is appox, 12 Lakhs, considering the NRI Canadian Citizens, visiting India, “so we have sent a request to Prime Minister of India’s Office, to include Canada on the VOA, policy of India”, this will generate tourism and exclude the delay in visas in Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary and Ottawa.

New Low Does Nsaid Just One Alternative for Arthritis – Natural Option Prevails

LIGHTNING RELEASES 09/20/14 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has expanded the use of a new version of diclofenac to manage osteoarthritis pain. Zorvolex, available only by prescription, is a low-dose nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID). It has been on the market since October 2013, when it was first approved to treat mild to moderate acute pain in adults.

Zorvolex was designed to address growing concerns about the potentially fatal side effects of all NSAIDs – particularly the increased risk of cardiovascular and gastrointestinal (GI) problems, including heart attack, stroke, GI bleeding, GI ulceration and GI perforation.

The FDA stresses there have not been any studies to show that Zorvolex reduces the cardiovascular and GI side effects associated with NSAIDs simply because it involves a lower dose. “We do not know if the dose reduction is sufficient to result in a difference because the company has not conducted any head-to-head safety studies with any other diclofenac product,” explains Sharon Hertz, the FDA’s Deputy Director, Division of Anesthesia, Analgesia, and Addiction Products.

Perhaps a more viable alternative to NSAIDS is the natural pain reliever from Australia, sold under the brand of Outback Pain Relief. Hailed by the Australian Natural Pain Relief Industry as one of the greatest natural pain relievers of all time, the Outback Series is manufactured using Australian essential oils of Eucalyptus (Analgesic) and Tea Tree Oil (anti-inflammatory).

Launched in late 2013 in the USA, the Outback Pain Relief is now available in all Walgreens stores across the country and the eye catching packaging sports the traditional Aboriginal colors, which reflects the traditional bush medicine upon which the technology is based.

Mark Linford, the CEO of Pain Away LLC, the company responsible for marketing Outback in the USA, says there are several distinct advantages with this all natural pain reliever.

“Outback contains only natural ingredients and does not adversely conflict with any other medications, making it an excellent choice for the elderly. Plus the product does not generate heat or cold and smells quite pleasant so as a topical it has great consumer appeal. The most important factor is the effectiveness of the product on all forms of arthritis, plus muscular pain including low back pain.”

“Plus we have absolutely no side effects and the product can be used as often as required, providing great flexibility to increase usage frequency if the pain is severe. Outback becomes a real lifestyle product and demand has been extremely strong” he said.

For more information visit www.outbackrelief.com or your local Walgreens store.

Serena Vermeersch Trust Fund, proposed after Julie Paskal, Gurcharan Gill, Surrey Crime.

LIGHTNING RELEASES — 09/20/14 Surrey BC. Amrita Sekhon  On September 16th, 2014 another Surrey resident lost life, while coming home after visiting her boy friend. Serena Vermeersch was a typical Surrey Teen, who had the dreams and a young woman, full of life, a typical Surrey Teen.
RCMP Surrey Chief Supt. Bill Fordy described it as ” Serena’s murder was a random crime of opportunity that was committed in a secluded area”. Serena’s body was found Tuesday at 7 P.M. by Search ad Rescue in the 14600-block of 66th Avenue in Surrey’s Newton area, near some railway tracks.
On Sunday December 29,2013, Julie Paskall 53, was attacked by a stranger in the parking lot of the Newton Arena, where she had been waiting to pick up her son from hockey practice. She later died in the hospital after 2 days, with her family on side.
Bal Gill’s 72 year old father Gurcharan Singh Gill, on March 13, 2014, a Surrey resident, was mercilessly beaten by a stranger, during brazen daylight, was left with six stitches in his head and a fractured cheekbone and jaw. Bal Gill informed the community, his father is too afraid to leave his home to even visit his doctor.
During a Saturday meeting, group of Indo-Canadians, agreed to set up “Serena Vermeersch Trust Fund”, in Coast Capital Credit Union, in consultation with the Vermeersch family members, to honor her memory, remember her as a Teenager, who had normal dreams and looking forward to a great life ahead.
Sahiba Kaur Bajwa, proposed the Trust Fund, with her initial $ 100.00 donation for the Vermeersch Family.

New Low Does Nsaid Just One Alternative for Arthritis – Natural Option Prevails

LIGHTNING RELEASES 09/20/14 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has expanded the use of a new version of diclofenac to manage osteoarthritis pain. Zorvolex, available only by prescription, is a low-dose nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID). It has been on the market since October 2013, when it was first approved to treat mild to moderate acute pain in adults.

Zorvolex was designed to address growing concerns about the potentially fatal side effects of all NSAIDs – particularly the increased risk of cardiovascular and gastrointestinal (GI) problems, including heart attack, stroke, GI bleeding, GI ulceration and GI perforation.

The FDA stresses there have not been any studies to show that Zorvolex reduces the cardiovascular and GI side effects associated with NSAIDs simply because it involves a lower dose. “We do not know if the dose reduction is sufficient to result in a difference because the company has not conducted any head-to-head safety studies with any other diclofenac product,” explains Sharon Hertz, the FDA’s Deputy Director, Division of Anesthesia, Analgesia, and Addiction Products.

Perhaps a more viable alternative to NSAIDS is the natural pain reliever from Australia, sold under the brand of Outback Pain Relief. Hailed by the Australian Natural Pain Relief Industry as one of the greatest natural pain relievers of all time, the Outback Series is manufactured using Australian essential oils of Eucalyptus (Analgesic) and Tea Tree Oil (anti-inflammatory).

Launched in late 2013 in the USA, the Outback Pain Relief is now available in all Walgreens stores across the country and the eye catching packaging sports the traditional Aboriginal colors, which reflects the traditional bush medicine upon which the technology is based.

Mark Linford, the CEO of Pain Away LLC, the company responsible for marketing Outback in the USA, says there are several distinct advantages with this all natural pain reliever.

“Outback contains only natural ingredients and does not adversely conflict with any other medications, making it an excellent choice for the elderly. Plus the product does not generate heat or cold and smells quite pleasant so as a topical it has great consumer appeal. The most important factor is the effectiveness of the product on all forms of arthritis, plus muscular pain including low back pain.”

“Plus we have absolutely no side effects and the product can be used as often as required, providing great flexibility to increase usage frequency if the pain is severe. Outback becomes a real lifestyle product and demand has been extremely strong” he said.

For more information visit www.outbackrelief.com or your local Walgreens store.