Khalistani voices do not resonate with majority of Indo-Canadians
Canada is now home to the largest Sikh population outside India, with about 8,00,000 Sikhs calling Canada home, with roots of the first Sikh in the country dating back to the 1800s.
Diversely Indian: Not all Indo-Canadian MPs, ministers are Sikh
Following the elections that came two years before schedule, representatives were elected from five parties -- Liberal, Conservative, New Democratic Party (NDP), Green Party and Bloc Québécois -- to sit in Parliament.
Trudeau is following his father on Khalistan backers in Canada
The Khalistani movement had some presence in Canada in the 1970s, but it took root here during Pierre Trudeau’s time as Prime Minister when Parmar escaped to Canada after killing four policemen in India.
Netanyahu hails India-to-Europe Economic Corridor as ‘blessing’
At the G20 Summit in New Delhi “we saw another blessing in sight”, he said of the “plans for the visionary corridor” announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Joe Biden.
Quad ministerial meeting calls for comprehensive approach to fight terrorism
In a readout of their ministerial meeting of India, the US, Australia and Japan, they said: "We are committed to countering terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, including preventing the international and cross border movement of terrorists, and countering terror finance networks and safe havens."
Pakistan’s caretaker Prime Minister keeps up tradition of raising Kashmir at UN
"The UN Security Council must secure the implementation of its resolution on Kashmir," he said, asserting that India has "evaded implementation of the Security Council's resolutions" calling for a plebiscite.
'Damaged' India-Canada relations getting traction in Chinese media
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had told his country’s lawmakers on Monday that Canada is probing “credible allegations” of Indian government's involvement in the killing of pro-Khalistani leader and Canadian citizen Hardeep Singh Nijjar outside a gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia, on June 18.
How pro-Khalistan Jagmeet Singh is forcing Trudeau's hand on India row
Trudeau’s Liberal Party, which with its 157 seats fell short of the majority mark in the 338-member House of Commons in last year’s snap elections, depends on the Jagmeet Singh-led New Democratic Party, which has 24 MPs, for survival.
Zeleskyy visits Canada, first time since Russia invaded Ukraine, to address Parl
During his address, Zelenskyy is likely to seek support from the country which is Kiev's staunchest supporter in war against Russia, CTV news reported.
Diplomatic fallout: Number of Indian students going to Canada may drop
“Many students who were keen on choosing Canada as their desired destination are now looking at alternatives in countries like the UK, Australia, New Zealand and the USA,” Ravi Veeravalli, Principal Consultant, Star Global Education Alliance, told IANS.