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That is a fine picture above – The Ottawa Senators celebrating a win! The Sens raked the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-1 and have won the first three games against their bitter Provincial rivals. Chris Phillips and Patrick Eaves scored goals 47 seconds apart early in the first period and Ottawa set a team record with its eighth straight win, a 5-1 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday night. Martin Gerber made 30 saves and Daniel Alfredsson, Andrej Meszaros and Chris Kelly also scored for the Senators, who lost a five-game final to Anaheim last spring. Ottawa, which raced through the first three rounds of the playoffs with a 12-3 mark, is off to the best start in NHL history through 14 games with a 13-1-0 mark and a record total of 26 points.

Two days earlier, the Sens had to fight hard to beat a resurgent Boston Bruins in a shootout. Antoine Vermette replied in the third period to a goal by Boston’s Chuck Kobesaw and forced the tie. Ottawa was held scoreless in six power-play chances.  Alfredsson and Vermette scored on Ottawa’s first two chances in the shootout and Gerber stopped Boston initial pair of shooters Sunday night to lift the Senators to their 12th win in their first 13 games, 2-1 over the Bruins.

Brown's Immigrant Bill

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown had brought forth a Citizenship & Immigration bill which will force all migrants to first learn English and also undertake community work before being granted citizenship. This was made public at Brown’s first “Queen” speech on Tuesday, as he put immigration, housing & terrorism at the heart of his speech on the rising aspiration of the British People.

This is an attempt to ensure that only those immigrants, who have the right motives at heart and is willing to adjust & contribute to his/her new country, gain the right to be called British citizens. I know that some will scream ‘racism’ at this new bill. But think about it

Would you want people to come & live here in India and ignore the culture around them? I’m not talking about tourists. Would you like a foreigner to come here and spend the rest of his life here without learning the local language, learning to adjust to the customs here a bit atleast? I sure wouldn’t like it one bit if that happened here.

But can you force it in a bill?