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Khalistani leader death row: Canada withdraws 41 diplomats from India

Canada has withdrawn 41 diplomats from India as the relationship between Ottawa and New Delhi remains tense over the death of Khalistani leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

Unity Meet hosted in Toronto to strengthen Indo-Canadian communities

Toronto/IBNS: Commitment to strong ties between Canada and India was reaffirmed at the ‘Unity Meet,’ hosted by the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) and International Youth Canada (IYC) on Mahatma Gandhi’s Birth Anniversary.

Sinister Nexus: Pakistan ISI, drug trade and extremism emerge from the shadows in Canada

In a chilling revelation, news reports have recently alluded to the potential involvement of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in the assassination of Hardeep Nijjar on Canadian soil.

We are serious about building closer ties with India, says Canadian PM Justin Trudeau amid ongoing row over Nijjar killing

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has said his nation is still committed to building closer ties with India despite repeating that there are “credible allegations” that the Indian government was involved in the killing of Sikh terrorist  Hardeep Singh Nijjar in British Columbia just last June.

Khalistani leader Nijjar killing row: India suspends visa service in Canada till further notice as diplomatic standoff continues

New Delhi/IBNS: Amid the ongoing diplomatic standoff between Ottawa and New Delhi over the alleged killing of Khalistani leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in June, India has suspended visa services for Canadian nationals till further notice.

Actions of few do not represent entire community or Canada, says Justin Trudeau on Khalistani issue

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau on Sunday spoke on the issue of pro-Khalistani elements in his country and said Ottawa will always prevent violence and push back against hatred.

S Jaishankar meets Canadian counterpart Mélanie Joly, discusses issue of safety of Indian diplomats amid 'Khalistani' events

Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met his Canadian counterpart Mélanie Joly in Jakarta last week when he highlighted the importance of ensuring safety of diplomats.

S Jaishankar holds talks with Canadian FM Melanie Joly

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Saturday held wide-ranging talks with Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly here during which they discussed bilateral issues, including trade, connectivity and people-to-people ties.

New Delhi issues advisory to students to be cautious about hate crimes against Indians in Canada

New Delhi: India on Friday issued an advisory to Indian students in Canada to exercise due caution and remain vigilant in view of the increasing incidences of hate crimes, sectarian violence and anti-India activities in the country.

We will keep showcasing Make In India and Invest in India programmes to Canadian cos: Consul General Apoorva Srivastava

The recent meeting between Indian PM Narendra Modi and his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau at the G7 Summit in Germany triggered speculations that the relationship between the two nations is once again improving. IBNS correspondent Suman Das interacted with Indian Consul General in Toronto Apoorva Srivastava recently to understand the various issues that connect India and Canada intrinsically. Excerpts:

Indian banana, baby corn get market access in Canada

New Delhi: The negotiations between National Plant Protection Organisations of India and Canada on market access for Indian Banana and Baby corn resulted in Canadian market access for these commodities.

Know India initiative to celebrate India @ 75 concludes in Toronto

Toronto: “Know India” or “Bharat Ko Jano”, a programme to make people aware of the new India to celebrate “India @ 75” (Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav) , concluded in Toronto on July 9.

Workshop seeks new roadmap to enhance Canada-India collaborations

Toronto: Panelists at a recent workshop in Toronto said new approaches should be found to develop appropriate and relevant policies to enhance the bilateral relationship between India and Canada. 

Pro-Khalistan elements near Toronto target rally to celebrate India-Canada ties, tricolour insulted

Brampton: A rally organised by Canadian Indians recently to celebrate India-Canada ties was disrupted by pro-Khalistan supporters who were caught on camera  abusing the participants and even insulting the Indian National Flag.

Narendra Modi welcomes Justin Trudeau with bear hug

New Delhi, Feb 23 (IBNS): With hs signature bear hug, Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on Friday.