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" One in a million " 

They were destined to marry.

I'll suggest that all international students looking to settle should consider marrying a foreigner.

Fact is very few Sardars & Punjabi's would let their kids marry an outsider ie nationality, class, caste.....

Better to marry a person who respects & understands your faith rather than a fake Sikh.

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Only great thing about the story is another Sikh will get a green card and bring his parents out of India.  I can see the headlines in a few years.....Indian Sikh only married Chinese woman to get a green card.  

Nothing religious about their wedding.  They are two lustful people wanting to fulfill their animal desires......always thinking the grass is greener on the other side.  Most western punjabis play the field and try all the different flavours.  But this clever lad is going to get a green card out of it.  Whoever said the western born punjabis were smarter than the Desi punjabis need a reality slap.

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23 hours ago, Akalifauj said:

Only great thing about the story is another Sikh will get a green card and bring his parents out of India.  I can see the headlines in a few years.....Indian Sikh only married Chinese woman to get a green card.  

Nothing religious about their wedding.  They are two lustful people wanting to fulfill their animal desires......always thinking the grass is greener on the other side.  Most western punjabis play the field and try all the different flavours.  But this clever lad is going to get a green card out of it.  Whoever said the western born punjabis were smarter than the Desi punjabis need a reality slap.

Article doesn't say that either one of them is Canadian. It says they both were studying together most probably foreign students.

 

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