20 Apr 2020
Canada: 16 killed in country's worst shooting, attacker dead
Dressed as a police officer, a lone gunman killed at least 16 in Canada this weekend, making it one of the worst violent crimes the country has seen in recent history.
25 Mar 2020
Trump, Modi, and Conte: How are world leaders tackling coronavirus
The world will be categorized into the pre-coronavirus phase and the one after that.
17 Mar 2020
Coronavirus: Over 2,000 die in Italy, Canada closes borders
With no cure for the deadly COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, in sight, world leaders have taken a more stringent approach, announcing the closure of borders and extending lockdown.
13 Mar 2020
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's wife, Sophie, tests positive for coronavirus
Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau, the wife of Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, his office revealed on Thursday.
28 Feb 2020
Canada will stop paying for Harry and Meghan's security soon
Canada will no longer pay for Prince Harry and Meghan's security, its government said in a statement on Thursday.
25 Feb 2020
On India visit, Ivanka Trump dons an Anita Dongre sherwani
During their India visit, all the nitty-gritty surrounding Trumps were covered with great detail.
20 Jan 2020
Here's what you need to know about WEF summit 2020
On Tuesday, the world's top political leaders, academicians, business persons and others, will assemble in Davos, Switzerland for the 50th World Economic Forum.
15 Jan 2020
Amazon boss Jeff Bezos visits India as traders plan protest
The world's richest man and Amazon Inc. boss, Jeff Bezos is in India for a three-day visit.
10 Jan 2020
Iran possibly shot down Ukrainian plane, believe US and allies
On Wednesday, a Ukrainian airliner went down shortly after taking off from Tehran, killing all 176 people on-board.
22 Oct 2019
Justin Trudeau wins second term in Canada polls; loses majority
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won a second term in the national elections on Monday. However, Trudeau's Liberal Party lost the Parliament majority as the opposition Conservatives closed in.
28 Nov 2018
TIME Person of the Year 2018 voting opened: Details here
The voting for the TIME Person of the Year 2018 is open, and of all contenders, South Korean boy band BTS is leading the readers' poll right now with 10% of total votes - 3% higher than the Thai Cave divers who rescued trapped children.
20 Oct 2018
#AmritsarTrainTragedy: UN chief Guterres, Canada's Trudeau condole death of victims
United Nations chief, Antonio Guterres, has expressed his deepest condolences to the families and friends of over 60 people who died in a train accident in Amritsar, Punjab terming the incident as "tragic".
28 Sep 2018
Narendra Modi supports UN Chief's campaign to combat sexual abuse
PM Narendra Modi is among the world's 48 other leaders who've endorsed a collective statement by UN chief Antonio Guterres reaffirming their continued support to combat sexual exploitation across the UN system.
22 Aug 2018
Canadian politician Andrew Scheer to visit India to 'repair' ties
Canada's opposition leader Andrew Scheer has said he plans to visit India to try to repair and strengthen bilateral ties six months after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's disastrous state visit to the country damaged the relations.
07 Jul 2018
Canada PM Justin Trudeau accused of groping a journalist
On Friday, former journalist Rose Knight broke her silence to stand by her earlier anonymous statement that she had been groped by Canadian PM and avowed feminist Justin Trudeau in 2000, back when he wasn't into politics.
30 Jun 2018
Canada hits back at US with tariffs on metals, orange-juice
Canada hit back at the US with retaliatory tariffs on American summertime essentials including Florida orange juice, ketchup, and Kentucky bourbon in its opening salvo in a trade war with President Donald Trump.
16 Jun 2018
Trump tells Abe 'he'll send 23 million Mexicans to Japan'
A new report shed light on a rather unpleasant conversation between US President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the G7 Summit in Canada.
11 Jun 2018
Everyone's robbing us: Trump targets India over import tariff
Leaving the G7 summit in Quebec, Canada, US President Donald Trump once again targeted economies including India for using his country as a piggy bank, as he criticized the import tariff policies.
10 Jun 2018
Trump slams Canada PM, says won't endorse G7 communique
US President Trump accused Canadian PM Justin Trudeau (also, G7 summit chairman) of making "false statements" and said the US won't endorse a G7 communique.
01 Jun 2018
Fair deal or no deal: Trump warns Trudeau on NAFTA
Issuing stern warning to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the US President Donald Trump said US will either agree to a 'fair deal' on North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) or there will be no deal at all.
11 May 2018
Canadian minister asked to remove turban at Detroit Airport
Navdeep Bains, the minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development of Canada was asked to remove his turban at Detroit Airport, sparking a row.
24 Apr 2018
10 killed as van plows into crowd on Toronto sidewalk
A van drove onto a crowded sidewalk in Toronto's Yonge Street yesterday, killing 10 people and injuring 15.
20 Apr 2018
Ola's Bhavish Aggarwal joins Padukone, Kohli, Nadella in TIME 100
A Bollywood star, an Indian cricketer, and an Indian-origin tech giant CEO feature in this year's TIME 100 list- an "annual list of the world's most influential people...whose time, in our estimation, is now."
10 Mar 2018
France's Emmanuel Macron arrives in India, gets Modi's hug
PM Narendra Modi's greeting of foreign head-of-states indicates a distinct pattern. If he disapproves or doesn't consider them strategically important, he doesn't meet them at the tarmac with his now-famous jhappis, as Canadian PM Justin Trudeau discovered the hard way.
05 Mar 2018
War of words on trade between Trump and EU intensifies
US President Trump is stepping up his war of words on trade tariffs, and has threatened to "apply a tax" on car imports from the European Union.
28 Feb 2018
Trudeau supports "rogue" Indian hand in Khalistani terrorist Atwal's invitation
After an almost-disastrous India visit, Canadian-PM Justin Trudeau continues to rub the Indian government the wrong way.
23 Feb 2018
Modi, Trudeau discuss terrorism, trade and ink 6 pacts
After an eight day-long visit, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau finally held extensive talks with his Indian counterpart PM Narendra Modi on various issues like counter-terrorism and extremism. They also signed six key pacts.
23 Feb 2018
Canadian PM Trudeau finally receives Modi's jhappi at Rashtrapati Bhavan
From rumors of Indian government's cold-shoulder to Canadian high commissioner's dinner invitation to a convicted Khalistan terrorist Jaspal Atwal, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's India visit has been marred by controversies.
22 Feb 2018
Convicted Khalistani terrorist on Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's dinner guest-list
Controversies continue to plague Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's India visit. Now, he found himself in an embarrassing situation as it emerged that a convicted Khalistani terrorist, Jaspal Atwal, was invited to an official dinner reception in Delhi.
21 Feb 2018
Amid purportedly strained visit, Trudeau, Amarinder Singh discuss Khalistan
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's first India visit has been marred by reports that the government has given him a "cold shoulder."
21 Feb 2018
SRK's charm bowls over Canadian PM Justin Trudeau
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who is on a week-long visit to India, met some of the prominent Bollywood personalities on Tuesday including Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan and Farhan Akhtar.
20 Feb 2018
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's India visit clouded in controversies
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau is on a eight-day visit to India. But, it includes only half day of official engagements in Delhi. This has surprised many.
18 Feb 2018
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, family reach India on first official-visit
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has arrived in India for a week-long visit along with family. Minister of State for Agriculture Gajendra Singh Shekhawat received Trudeau.
13 Feb 2018
IIM Ahmedabad to launch first international center in Dubai
The renowned Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA) is setting up its first international center in Dubai in partnership with UAE-based BRS Ventures.
13 Feb 2018
Resurgence of pro-Khalistan sentiment abroad: Should India be worried?
The ban on Indian diplomats entering gurdwaras abroad, that started with India's Consul General in Toronto, Dinesh Bhatia's visit to Dixie gurdwara in January 2017, has now spread across countries.
02 Jan 2018
Ontario gurudwaras 'bar' Indian officials for their 'interference'
The management of over a dozen gurudwaras in Canada's Ontario is annoyed with officials representing India.
01 Jan 2018
Modi, Rahul, Trump and others wish people on New Year
Indian leaders took to Twitter on the New Year to wish the people on the occasion.
16 Oct 2017
Austria: Sebastian Kurz set to become the world's youngest leader
Projections ahead of Austria's national election results indicate that the conservative People's Party led by 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz may win.
12 Oct 2017
NAFTA: Trump open to new US-Canada trade deal excluding Mexico
US President Donald Trump has envisaged a US-Canada trade pact that excludes Mexico, should negotiations to reform the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) between the three countries fail.
22 Sep 2017
Another Rahul Gandhi gaffe: 'Gandhi, Nehru, Azad were NRIs'
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is once again in the news for a fresh gaffe. During his US visit, he urged NRIs to work for India just like 'NRIs' Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and Chandra Shekhar Azad did.