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George Varkey

Citizen based in Edmonton, AB, Canada. Joined on Sep 25, 2014
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Biggest garage sale on earth could last for years, owner warns

Edmonton - A house owner who opened his yard for a garage sale, mid- July this year, has warned Edmonton city council that, if they try to stop his yard sale through legal procedures, then he will fight the battle legally to receive justice.

Man slaughtered after rumours spread that he ate beef

An angry mob lynched a 50-year-old man after rumors spread that his family had been storing and consuming beef. The son of the deceased was also dragged out from their home and beaten up badly.

Facebook blames engineer for causing net neutrality controversy

A day after controversy heated up over Facebook’s alleged role to end net neutrality in India, the social media giant has come out with an explanation to clear all doubts regarding its part in the Digital India initiative.

Facebook founder threatening net neutrality in India?

The introduction of a new colour filter to alter profile pictures on Facebook is seen by many netizens in India as a step by the social media giant to end net neutrality in the country.

Sudden arrival of snow storm takes Edmontonians by surprise Special

Edmonton - After a political storm that redefined Alberta’s horizon, several locations in the province, including the capital region is facing a snow storm.

Three friends find their 'twin-stranger' and it freaks them out

When three friends decided to make a bet to see who would first find, their ‘twin-stranger’ from across the world, little were they expecting that their quest would in fact yield results.

Net neutraility status threatened in India Special

After the U.S., it's time for Indian citizens to fight for net neutrality status. This time netizens of the world’s second-largest telecom users nation are gearing up to prevent attempts by cellular operators to end India’s net neutrality.

Is it a new stable version for Elementary OS this time?

Visitors reaching the Elementary OS (operating system) website are greeted by a countdown screen, which, at the time of writing this article, has a little over four days remaining.

American artist destroys work to protest against labour unions

Kochi - An American artist who arrived at the South Indian city of Kochi to participate in an art festival destroyed his creations after the trade unions demanded an exorbitant amount of money to load his art work into a vehicle.

Deadly synthetic drug seized for the first time in Edmonton

Edmonton - A drug bust by the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams (ALERT) have seized close to 2000 fentanyl pills from the streets of Edmonton.

Car damaged at West Edmonton Mall after concrete falls on top

Edmonton - As she started her day on Monday this week, all that Raven Nickerson was expecting was a bit of snow falling from the sky.

Second child in the family dies due to pesticide poisoning

Fort Mcmurray - It was a sad day for the residents of Fort McMurray in Alberta after a two-year-old boy joined his eight-month-old sister in death due to pesticide poisoning.

Two men charged for the stabbing incident at downtown food court

Edmonton - Edmonton police have charged two men with aggravated assault, after investigations proved that they attacked and stabbed a man in a downtown food court bathroom, on Thursday.

Edmonton architecture student suggests skating lane for commuting

Edmonton - The Canadian city Edmonton, which is well known for its extreme winter conditions, might consider adopting a unique mode of commuting into the downtown core area by skating on ice.

Edmonton city hosts its first commercial drone flight Special

Edmonton - The city of Edmonton added a new chapter to its history by hosting the first sanctioned commercial drone operation on Wednesday.

Top bureaucrat restricted from attending Christian worship

Controversy has kicked off in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, after the state government warned a civil service official from attending or addressing Christian meetings.

Edmontonians to brave weather to enjoy 'White' Friday Special

Edmonton - Winter is just a way of life for Edmontians and a little extra snow is not going to alter the plans they have for Black Friday and the weekend.

Skype rolls out web version of the application

Skype, the telecommunication software that enables voice calls and real-time messages over the Internet once again garnered the attention of the world by releasing a web version of the application.

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