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Toronto hosts drive-in film festival to beat virus blues

TORONTO, Aug. 2 -- Coronavirus-related precautions had forced organisers to push the annual International Contemporary Film Festival in Toronto to later in the year. But they came up with a plan to be... Read More


India hails Trudeau govt for rejecting 'Referendum 2020'

Toronto, Aug. 1 -- India praised Canada for disavowing the Punjab Referendum 2020 organised by the secessionist group Sikhs for Justice or SFJ. India believes that in clearly disavowing the referendum... Read More


Canadian parliament plans to launch virtual voting for MPs

India, July 29 -- Virtual voting to pass legislation may become a reality in Canada this September, if recommendations from a Parliamentary panel are accepted. The House of Commons Procedure and Hous... Read More


Trudeau says sorry for giving contract to charity body with ties to family

Toronto, July 15 -- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologised for his "mistake" of not recusing himself from a cabinet decision to grant a nearly billion-dollar project to a charity body w... Read More


Canadian charity says it paid PM Trudeau's mother, brother; probe on

India, July 10 -- The controversy enveloping Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over a contract worth millions to a charity with links to his family has deepened with revelations about his mother ... Read More


Canadian report flags ISI using pro-Khalistan elements for terror acts in India

Toronto,, July 10 -- A case relating to two Canadian Sikhs being placed on a no-fly list in the country has now been linked to an alleged Pakistan-based plot to use pro-Khalistan elements to conduct t... Read More


'Intruder may have wanted to kill Canadian PM'

Toronto, July 8 -- The Canadian Armed Forces reservist who intruded into an area in the vicinity of the residence of the country's Prime Minister last week may have also conveyed a threat to kill or i... Read More


1.2 million died from snake bite in India between 2000-2019: Report

India, July 7 -- Nearly 1.2 million people died from snake bite deaths in India between 2000 and 2019, and many of these fatalities can be avoided by adopting a series of targeted precautions, a new s... Read More


Canada suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong over new security law

India, July 4 -- Canada has suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong, as part of a series of measures precipitated by the enactment of a national security law by China that threatens the autono... Read More


Canada's GDP fell by nearly 12% in April due to Covid-19 lockdown

India, July 3 -- Canada's real gross domestic product or GDP witnessed a historic contraction in April, dropping by nearly 12 per cent, due to restrictions imposed to counter the Covid-19 pandemic. Bu... Read More