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Massive fire breaks out in a forest near Jammu | Undefeated German champion boxer Musa Yamak dies of heart attack during match | Gyanvapi mosque row: Report of videography, meant for court, made public | PM Modi to participate in Quad Leaders' Summit in Tokyo on May 24 | Prices of LPG hiked

100-year-old Indian woman runs to win gold in Vancouver

Vancouver, Aug 30 (IBNS): 100-year-old woman from India Man Kaur, challenges her age as she competes and wins gold in 100-meter dash at the America’s Masters Games in Vancouver.

Bugfest at Canadian National Exhibition

Toronto, Aug 30 (IBNS): Every year the Canadian National Exhibition awes its fans and visitors with some innovative concoctions. This year the Ex allowed crickets and beetles to enter officially as they were dished out in the food plates.

Indian Consul General Toronto visits Dixie Gurudwara

Toronto Aug 30 (IBNS): The Consulate General of India Toronto, Dinesh Bhatia, paid a visit to the Dixie Gurudwara, the largest Sikh Temple in Canada.

Canada's crime rate surges back after 12 years

Ottawa, Aug 29 (IBNS): The national crime rate in Canada has increased three percent in 2015, showing the first increase in 12 years.

‘Upskirt’ voyeurism charges against a man at the CNE

Toronto, Aug 27 (IBNS): Police charged and arrested 28-year-old, Daniel Alder, on account of allegedly using a hidden camera inside a toy owl to peek under women’s skirts at the 2016 Canadian National Exhibition.

Trump promises to fix African-American problems

Washington, Aug 27 (IBNS): Reiterating his stance about African-American voters, where US Presidential candidate Donald Trump had pronounced a week earlier that the coloured people in USA have nothing to lose, he promised to solve their problems, if elected in the Oval Office.

BC elderly couple forced to separate, questions Canada’s seniors’ care

Toronto, Aug 27 (IBNS): A 83-year-old Wolfram Gottschalk and his 81- year- old wife Anita, who have been married for the past 62 years, have been forced to stay apart from each other for the past eight months in different healthcare facilities, owing to their health issues.

Toronto man charged for triple murder in crossbow deaths

Toronto, Aug 26 (IBNS): Three first degree murder charges had been filed against a 35-year-old Toronto man, Brett Ryan, in connection with the deaths of three people in an incident involving crossbow in Scarborough here.

US delivers four new light attack copters to Afghanistan

Kabul, Aug 26 (IBNS): Strengthening their combative power, the Afghan Air Force (AAF) on Thursday received four new light attack helicopters (MD-530 Cayuse Warrior) from the United States, reports said.

West Nile Virus found in Toronto mosquitoes

Toronto, Aug 22 (IBNS): Toronto mosquitoes have tested positive for West Nile Virus for the first time this year, the media reported recently in August quoting the city's public health department.

US: Donald Trump cries foul against American media, Wall Street

Washington, Aug 22 (IBNS): Republican nominee for the American Presidential election, Donald Trump on Sunday accused his country's media and the Wall Street of foul play.

Cyclosporiasis affects over 50 people in Canada

Toronto, Aug 20 (IBNS): According to a recent report released by the Public Health Agency of Canada, over 50 people have been found affected by Cyclosporiasis, a parasitic food borne disease.

CNE adds Pokémon Go to lure more visitors

Toronto, Aug 20 (IBNS): The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE), which began on Friday, added Pokémon Go to its long list of attractions.

Proposed Montreal dog bylaw aims to euthanize dangerous dogs

Montreal, Aug 19 (IBNS): The city of Montreal has revealed its proposed new animal control bylaw to tackle the issue of dangerous dogs, according to media reports.

Canada PM Justin Trudeau walks with Indian filmmaker Sridhar Rangayan at Montreal pride parade

Montreal, Aug 17 (IBNS) At the Montreal Pride, taking part in his third Pride parade, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the world looks to Canada for leadership in the fight for universal recognition of the human rights of gay, bisexual and transgender people.