G4 puts spotlight on UNSC ineffectiveness, says group will intensify dialogue for reforms
Foreign Ministers Mauro Vieira of Brazil, Annalena Baerbock of Germany, and Yoko Kamikawa of Japan participated in the meeting, while in the absence of External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar, India was represented by Sanjay Verma, Secretary (West).
Trudeau went public with Nijjar claims as it was going to come out in media: Indian-origin Sikh minister
Minister of Emergency Preparedness Harjit Singh Sajjan, who was previously the defence minister, told CBC Radio that Trudeau wanted to ensure Canadians had "accurate information' about the story before it made headlines".
NKorea politburo discusses Kim-Putin summit, calls for follow-up measures
During the politburo meeting of the central committee of the Workers' Party on Wednesday, officials analysed the significance of Kim's visit to Russia and introduced long-term plans for developing their bilateral relations, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said.
Intelligence on Nijjar's killing provided by ally from Five Eyes: Report
Citing government sources, the news outlet said Canada amassed intelligence involving communications between Indian officials, diplomats and information "provided by an unnamed ally in the Five Eyes intelligence alliance", during a month-long probe on Nijjar's killing.
India raises UNSC ineffectiveness in Ukraine war, calls for fixing 'systemic flaw'
Speaking on Thursday at the Council debate on Ukraine, Sanjay Verma, Secretary (West) in India's External Affairs Ministry, asked: “Why is it that the UN system, and particularly its principal organ, this very UN Security Council, mandated to primarily maintain international peace and security, rendered completely ineffective to the resolution of the ongoing conflict?"
Khalistani terrorist's murder: Trudeau reiterates allegations, but says not seeking to 'provoke' India
Speaking at a news conference here on Thursday, he said, "We are not looking to provoke or cause problems (with India)."
US govt shutdown imminent as showdown between GOP & Democrats shows no signs of receding
As the Democrats and Republicans wrestle over their demands for spending cuts and the house is headed towards a potential "shutdown" in less than two weeks, McCarthy has upended two key factions of House Republicans who have crafted a short-term, stopgap measure called a continuing resolution that would temporarily fund the government through October 31, USA Today reported.
Fox News founder Rupert Murdoch steps down, son Lachlan takes over
His older son, Lachlan Murdoch, 52, will become sole chairman of News Corp and will continue as Fox Corp's executive chair and CEO which finally settles all questions of succession within the Murdoch family.
General elections in Pak in last week of January 2024: ECP
The poll panel said a preliminary list of delimitations, which are being carried out in line with the new census, will be published on September 27, Geo News reported.
Families concerned over 'escalating tension' between India and Canada
As per official data, Canada is an attractive destination for Indians, especially students. A major chunk of them are from Punjab, Haryana, Gujarat and Delhi.