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PM Modi is the most popular global leader: Survey

New Delhi/IBNS: A new survey report has claimed Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emerged as the most popular global leader, surpassing US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Canadian's Justin Trudeau.

Top Canadian official destroyed Nijjar-killing probe: India's High Commissioner to Canada

India's High Commissioner to Canada, Sanjay Kumar Verma, has said in an interview with the Globe and Mail that Canada's police investigation into the murder of Khalistan separatist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in British Columbia has been damaged by public statements made by a senior Canadian official.

India announces resuming of visa services to Canadian citizens in certain categories

New Delhi/IBNS: Amid the ongoing diplomatic row with Canada, India Wednesday decided to resume visa services for some Canadian citizens in certain categories including Entry Visa, Business Visa, Medical Visa and Conference Visa.

UK, US criticize India after Canada 'forced' to downsize diplomatic presence

The United States and Britain called on India to reconsider its demand for Canada to reduce its diplomatic staff in India, voicing their apprehension after Ottawa withdrew 41 diplomats amid a row over Sikh separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s killing, Reuters reported.

India's action making life very hard for millions: Justin Trudeau amid diplomatic row

Ottawa/IBNS: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Friday said the Indian government's crackdown on Canadian diplomats was making normal life very difficult for millions of people in both countries.

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau wishes Hindu community on 'Navratri' amid diplomatic tension with India over Nijjar killing

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau wished the Hindu community in his country on 'Navratri' amid the ongoing diplomatic row with India over the killing of Khalistan leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

Canada’s diplomatic misstep: Cost of losing the India advantage

In a rapidly globalizing world, fostering and maintaining diplomatic relations is of paramount importance.

India asks Canada to recall 41 diplomats by Oct 10: Report

New Delhi: Amid rising diplomatic tensions between India and Canada following the killing of Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, India has asked Canada to recall 41 of its diplomats from the country by October 10, reported the Financial Times on Tuesday.

'Canada harbours extremist elements', S Jaishankar says in US

New Delhi/IBNS: In another attack on Canada, which was called a safe haven for terrorists by the Centre last week, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said the country harbours extremist elements and that India has conveyed its concerns in this regard to the United States.

Amid Indo-Canada row, NIA raids over 50 locations in anti-terror crackdown; detains many, seizes weapons

New Delhi/IBNS: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) Wednesday detained several people after multi-state raids to break the nexus between criminal syndicates in India and Khalistani separatists and terrorists based in countries like Pakistan and Canada.

Pakistan's ISI deployed assassins to kill Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada: Report

New Delhi/Ottawa: Pakistan's intelligence agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), planned the assassination of terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada with the aim of creating tension between India and Canada, India Today reported citing sources, Ind.

'Terrorists found safe haven in Canada': Sri Lankan FM slamming Justin Trudeau amid Delhi-Ottawa row

Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Ali Sabry on Monday said terrorists have found safe haven in Canada, amid the bilateral tension between New Delhi and Ottawa, media reports said.

Justin Trudeau’s isolation amidst India-Canada diplomatic row

In the hustle and bustle of New York’s United Nations General Assembly, where world leaders converge to discuss the globe’s most pressing issues, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau found himself standing alone, his once-dazzling smile now fading amidst the mounting pressures of international diplomacy.

FBI agents alerted US-based Khalistani elements of life threat after terrorist Nijjar's killing in Canada

Washington: America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) met Khalistani elements in the US and alerted them that their lives may be at risk after the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar in June, according to a report by The Intercept.

India asks Canada to reduce diplomats' presence in country citing 'interference in our affairs'

New Delhi/IBNS: The Centre Thursday said it had asked Canada to downsize its diplomatic presence in India as it cited the "interference of Canadian diplomats in Indian affairs", amid the steadily worsening diplomatic row over the killing of a Khalistani terrorist.