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'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.

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.

S Jaishankar, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken hold talks amid India-Canada row

Washington/IBNS: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar Thursday met US Secretary of State Antony Blinken in Washington and discussed measures to enhance the bilateral ties between the two countries.

Khalistani leader Nijjar killing: US seeks India's cooperation in Canada's investigation

The US has termed Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's allegation about India's involvement in the killing of Khalistani leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar as 'very serious'.

Indian student killed in US, Jaahnvi Kandula, to be awarded degree posthumously

Indian student Jaanhvi Kandula, who was killed in the United States, will be awarded her academic degree posthumously by the college where she was studying, amid the massive row triggered by a footage showing a cop laughing about her death, media reports said.

US calls G20 Summit in India a 'success'

New Delhi/IBNS: The United States has called the G20 Summit, which was presided by India this year, a "success".

US describes G20 Summit in New Delhi as an 'absolute success'

The United States on Monday described the G20 Summit in New Delhi, which was held under India's presidency, as an ' absolute success'.

PM Modi holds 'productive' bilateral talks with US Prez Joe Biden; private dinner follows next

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday met United States President Joe Biden at his residence for bilateral discussions shortly after he landed in New Delhi for the G20 Summit scheduled to begin Saturday.

G20: Joe Biden arrives in India first time after becoming US President, to meet PM Modi

New Delhi/IBNS: United States President Joe Biden arrived in Delhi for the first time Friday evening to take part in the G20 Summit to be held over the weekend.

Joe Biden feels 'disappointed' as Xi Jinping may skip attending G20 Summit in New Delhi

US President Joe Biden has expressed disappointment that his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping may not attend the upcoming G20 Summit in India.

US President Joe Biden to visit India from Sept 7-10 to attend G20 Leaders’ Summit

US President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. will travel to New Delhi from Sept 7-10  to attend the G20 Leaders’ Summit, the White House has confirmed.

Sikh Marine successfully completes basic training after challenging grooming rules

In a historic moment of triumph, a Sikh individual who defied Marine grooming norms has emerged victorious by graduating from boot camp. Pvt. 1st Class Jaskirat Singh, adorned in a distinctive white turban, stood tall among his fellow Marines in San Diego’s U.S. Marine Recruit Depot, celebrating the culmination of their rigorous training.

Vladimir Putin, Antony Blinken, Emmanuel Macron wish India on Independence Day

New Delhi: Prominent world leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, on Tuesday greeted India as the country celebrated 77th Independence Day on Tuesday.

America has to decide on Bangladesh: For or Against Terrorism

Former U.S. Ambassador to Bangladesh Dan Mozena mentioned the role of Bangladesh in fighting terrorism and militancy as one of the key determinants of Bangladesh-US partnership in a private conversation with one of the authors (Dr. Arif) in 2012.

US to improve visa wait times for Indians as country faces massive tourism fall

New Delhi/IBNS: Even as tourism has bounced back post-COVID-19 pandemic in most parts of the world, the United States is lagging behind owing to the long visa wait time.