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COVID-19 spike: Canada bans flight from India, Pakistan for 30 days

Ottawa/UNI: Canada on Thursday announced a 30-day ban on all passengers flights from India and Pakistan effective Thursday, citing exponential rise in COVID-19 cases in both the countries.

Canadian high commissioner to India Nadir Patel condemns Chhattisgarh Maoist attack  

New Delhi: Canadian high commissioner to India Nadir Patel on Monday condoled the deaths of Indian security personnel in a Maoist ambush in Chhattisgarh last week.

India, Canada participate in Foreign Office Consultations

New Delhi: India and Canada held Foreign Office Consultations (FOC) on Wednesday in virtual mode.

Billboards put up in Canada thanking PM Narendra Modi for providing COVID-19 vaccines

New Delhi: Thanking PM Narendra Modi, billboards have been put up in the Greater Toronto area for providing COVID-19 vaccines to Canada.

Attacks on Hindus by alleged Khalistani supporters: Canada's Burnaby witnesses protest 

Several Canadian origin Indians recently demonstrated in Burnaby city against the attacks by alleged Khalistan supporters on Hindu minorities due to the ongoing farmers' protest in India, media reports said.

Indian-Canadian MP accuses Canadian Parliament of protecting pro-Khalistan elements

Ottawa: Indian-Canadian MP Ramesh Singh Sangha has attacked a few Sikh MPs in the Canadian Parliament for protecting pro-Khalistan people.

Justin Trudeau 'commended' Indian govt for handling farmers' protest: MEA

New Delhi/IBNS: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who had been criticised by New Delhi for supporting the farmers' protests, has 'commended' the Indian government for its handling of the issue through the path of dialogues, the External Affairs Ministry said on Friday.

Former High Commissioner to Canada Vishnu Prakash says India and Canada are natural partners

Former High Commissioner to Canada Vishnu Prakash has said India and Canada are natural partners.

India would do best in supplying Covid vaccines to Canada: PM Modi tells Justin Trudeau

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday assured his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau that India would do its best to facilitate supplies of Covid vaccines sought by Canada.

Panorama India virtually celebrates 72nd India's Republic Day during the weekend

Toronto/IBNS: The observance of the virtual 72nd anniversary of India's Republic Day by Panorama India has been held 'in true Canadian style' as Sumeeta Kohli, Chairman of Panorama India said, during the weekend from Jan 29 -Jan 31, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, featuring over 8 hours of culture and programming with strict adherence to the current COVID-19 guidelines and regulations laid by the provincial government of Ontario.

Canadian Hindus protest killing of Kashmiri pandits in 1990s

Ontario: The members of Indo-Canadian Kashmir Forum and Hindu Forum Canada recently hosted a LED truck advertising campaign in the country to mark the Kashmiri Hindu genocide incident of the 90sD

Justin Trudeau backs Indian farmers' agitation, but Canada opposes India on MSP, farm subsidies in WTO

New Delhi/IBNS: Even as Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau voices his stance against the new farm laws of India and supports the agitating farmers (many of them Sikhs, his vote bank in Canada), the north American country has always vehemently criticised the Minimum Support Price (MSP) and subsidies given by the Indian government to the farmers, media reports said.

Justin Trudeau's remarks on farmers protest unwarranted: India

New Delhi: India on Tuesday reacted strongly against Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's remark on the ongoing farmer protest in New Delhi and said such remarks are 'unwarranted'.

Hindu Forum Canada hosts 'LED Truck advertisement' campaign against 26/11 Mumbai attack

Toronto: Members of the Hindu Forum Canada hosted a 'LED Truck advertisement' campaign in several cities of Greater Toronto areas against the Mumbai terror attack of Nov 2008.

India undergoing rapid change in mindsets as well as markets: PM Modi's pitch to Candian businessmen

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday made a strong pitch to Canadian business community for investments in India citing the country's 'tax-friendly regime' as he delivered the keynote at Invest India Conference in Canada.