Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Canada Immigration Seminars in India Conducted by XIPHIAS IMMIGRATION

Walk into the Canada Immigration Seminar and directly land to Canada with our guidance. The seminar is conducted by Mr. Ravi Iyer who is a member of ICCRC and authorized consultant Quebec Immigration. This Seminar will provide you customized solutions for your Canadian immigration needs. This is all about PR / Job in Canada like (Nursing, Pharmacy Technical Assistant, Welding & Fitting).

We have helped many clients from around the globe to obtain landed immigrant (permanent resident) status, and temporary status by representing them effectively to the Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The Seminar will be on 3rd & 4th December in New Delhi. The Benefits of attending the Seminar is that you will get on-spot assessment, on-spot discount. Attend the seminar with Your Updated Resume and get the benefits to fly to Canada as pr /student or with work permit.

: This is very useful seminar for all, especially who is looking for job / pr / settle in Canada. Our Expert guy will explain you very simple and understand ways.

So, Go and Participate this event from Dec 3rd  to Dec 4th., Don't Miss this Opportunity

Thursday, November 8, 2012

US election results 2012: Barack Obama Clinches Second Time for USA President

Washington: Barack Obama clinched a second term as US President, defeating his Republican challenger Mitt Romney in a tough fight that went down to the wire.

As per the latest results, Obama secured 303 votes as against 206 by Romney. Obama’s lead in the popular vote count was 50.3 per cent while that of Romney was 48.1 per cent, as per a BBC report.

  • Barack Obama a ‘wolf in sheep's clothing’, says Julian Assange.

  • Obama to visit Yangon this month, says a Myanmar official.

  • Michelle Obama picked Kors for election night

  • President Pranab Mukherjee congratulates Obama, says looking forward to cooperation

  • Pursue 'positive' policy to build new ties, China has told Obama.

  • Dalai Lama congratulates Obama on re-election.

  • Indian business leaders say Obama is good for global economy

  • Voting machine in Pennsylvania swaps Obama with Romney

  • Romney defeated in two key states - Michigan and Massachusetts - with close personal ties

  • Obama's Kenyan family celebrates victory due to ‘love’

  • Blue light drapes US’ Empire State Building to mark Barack Obama's re-election

  • US Congress to have maximum women senators in history.

  • Gold gains for a third day, its longest winning streak in two months, on expectations the US will keep stimulus measures to boost the economy following Obama's re-election.

  • Exceedingly polarised US electorate voted in 2012 prez elections, says an exit poll.

  • Indo-US ties to be stronger with Obama re-election, says P Chidambaram.

  • Democrat woman Tammy Baldwin becomes first openly gay US senator.

  • Tulsi Gabbard becomes first Hindu-American to get elected to US Congress.

  • Bill Clinton was the first person US President Barack Obama called after receiving concession call from Mitt Romney, NBC News reports.

  • Vote counting in Florida halted for the night.

  • Republican Dean Heller wins Senate seat in Nevada, AP projects.

  • India's Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh and President Pranab Mukherjee congratulate Barack Obama on victory.

  • Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu congratulates US President Barack Obama on his re-election, says, "Strategic alliance between Israel and United States is stronger than ever".

  • Warmly congratulating Barack Obama, UN chief Ban Ki-moon said that he "looks forward to continuing to work with President Obama and his administration in the spirit of the enduring partnership between the US and the UN”.

  • Obama told supporters: "We know in our hearts that for the United States of America, the best is yet to come."

  • “We are an American family and we rise and fall together as one nation", says Obama.

  • Barack Obama thanks supporters, says best is yet to come.

  • Barack Obama begins addressing his supporters.

  • US President Barack Obama has arrived in Chicago's McCormick Place to address supporters.

  • Republicans win control of House for two more years, assuring more clashes with Barack Obama, reports Associated Press.

  • "Warm congratulations to my friend Barack Obama. Look forward to continuing to work together," said UK PM David Cameron.

  • Mitt Romney addresses supporters in Boston, says: "I pray President Obama will be successful in guiding our nation".

  • Mitt Romney calls Barack Obama, concedes defeat.

  • Barack Obama has won Virginia, the Associated Press reports.

  • Barack Obama will take battleground Colorado's nine electoral votes, adding to his winning tally (290; 270 needed), CNN projects.

  • Democrats likely to maintain control of US Senate.

  • Mitt Romney not yet ready to concede defeat, says a Republican aide.

  • 2012 US Presidential Elections: Barack Obama gets 281 votes till now, Mitt Romney gets 203 votes

  • Barack Obama will take Nevada’s six electoral votes, adding to his winning tally (281, with 270 needed), CNN projects.

  • NBC News projects the Democratic Party will retain control of the Senate.

  • 'We're all in this together. That's how we campaigned, and that's who we are. Thank you,' Barack Obama tweeted after winning a second term in the White House.

  • Several US television networks project Barack Obama as winner of 2012 US Presidential Elections.

  • Barack Obama leads in electoral vote count as battleground states begin to come in.

  • Barack Obama wins New Mexico; Mitt Romney wins Missouri, projects AP.

  • CNN projects: Barack Obama wins Wisconsin.

  • Mitt Romney will win the swing state of North Carolina and its 15 electoral votes, CNN projects.

  • Mitt Romney wins Idaho, CNN projects

  • NBC News, CNN project Obama to win California, Hawaii, Washington

  • Rape comment snatches Missouri from Republican Richard Mourdock

  • Barack Obama wins Minnesota, projects AP

  • Mitt Romney wins Missouri, says Bloomberg News

  • Mitt Romney wins all five electoral votes in Nebraska.

  • Mitt Romney wins Arizona, says AP.

  • Democrat Claire McCaskill wins Senate seat in Missouri.

  • In New Hampshire, Barack Obama comes out as winner.
  • Wednesday, November 7, 2012

    US President Voting the latest challenge for Superstorm Sandy victims

    People line up to cast their votes in Lindell School, on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, in Long Beach, N.Y.,
    New YorkVoting in a the US presidential election was the latest challenge for the hundreds of thousands of people in the New York-New Jersey area still affected by Super storm Sandy, as they struggled to get to non-damaged polling places to cast their ballots in one of the tightest elections in recent history.

    The campaigns of both President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney have long assumed that the heavily Democratic region would support Obama, but determined voters were taking special election shuttles from storm-hit areas and voting by affidavit from any polling place they could reach after officials put emergency measures in place.

    Early turnout appeared high, despite some malfunctioning machines and confusion over where to go. At least one polling site with power was lit with flares. Some voted by flashlight.
    Some polling places were in tents, and some voters were in tears. Read More...