India anti-terror agency seizes properties of alleged Khalistan militant
India's federal anti-terror agency on Saturday said it confiscated the properties of an alleged Khalistani militant whom it accuses of terror activities in India, as tensions with Canada grow over Sikh separatists.
Hangzhou Asian Games: India's Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh win silver in Men's Rowing Lightweight Double Sculls
News: Team India won its second silver medal at the 19th Asian Games, with Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh securing the gold medal in the men's rowing lightw
India needs 8% growth for transformation: Ex-US treasury secy
Former US treasury secretary Larry Summers has stated that India needs to achieve an 8% growth rate in order to bring about significant changes in the
Shared intelligence from Five Eyes informed Trudeau's India allegation, CTV News reports
U.S. Ambassador to Canada David Cohen confirmed that "shared intelligence among Five Eyes partners" had informed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of the possible involvement of Indian agents in the murder of a Canadian citizen in June,
India's engagement with Global South ingrained in very fabric of our culture, philosophy: Ruchira Kamboj
India's engagement with the Global South is ingrained in the "very fabric" of New Delhi's culture and philosophy, Ruchira Kamboj, India's Permanent Representative to the United Nations said on Saturday (local time).
Canadian government denounces ‘online hate video’ telling Hindus in Canada to ‘go back to India’
The Canadian government has denounced a viral video threatening Hindus in Canada amid escalating tensions between Ottawa and New Delhi.
India-Canada row: Blinken calls on Delhi to cooperate in push for ‘accountability’ over killing
Secretary of state says US takes ‘very, very seriously’ incidents of transnational repression amid dispute over killing of Sikh separatist in British Columbia