Thursday, September 28, 2023



Canada Def Min describes relationship with India ‘important’

Says will continue to pursue partnerships like Indo-Pacific strategy TORONTO, SEPTEMBER 25: Terming the relationship with India as "important", Canada's Defence Minister Bill Blair on Sunday said that his country will continue to pursue partnerships like the Indo-Pacific strategy while the investigation of the killing of a Sikh separatist leader continues. Tensions flared between India and Canada following Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's explosive allegations of a "potential" involvement of Indian agents in the killing of Khalistani extremist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, 45, on his country's soil on June 18 in...

Take action against those facing terrorism charges, India tells Canada

NEW DELHI, September 22: Asking Canada to take action against those facing charges related to terrorism, India on Thursday said that Ottawa’s response to its requests for extradition of anti-India elements has not been helpful. Responding to a query at the regular media briefing, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that Canada should not become a safe haven for those involved in terror activities. "Safe haven is being provided in Canada, we want the Canadian government to not do so and take action against those who have terrorism...

Pulses, newsprint prices to surge amid India’s tense diplomatic relations with Canada

NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 20: The tense diplomatic relations between India and Canada are likely to impact trade and investments between the two countries in the short to medium term. The prices of pulses could shoot up further as India is a major buyer of Canadian pulses and it would add to the inflationary pressure on the economy as output in the country is expected to be hit by lower acreage because of poor rainfall. Pulses acreage continues to lag, down by (-) 5.2% on the back of scanty rainfall with...

Deportation from Canada: 700 Indian students in Canadian Universities face uncertain future

New Delhi, June 8: Hundreds of Indian students residing in Canada have rallied in protest, expressing their concerns over the looming possibility of deportation. The majority of these students, hailing from Punjab, claim that Canadian authorities have accused them of securing visas through fraudulent admission letters issued by Canadian universities. The issue flamed after the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) issued deportation notices to approximately 700 Indian students, as it was discovered that their admission offer letters were falsified. Many of the students involved in the protests contend that they...
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