Video Emerges Of Killing Of Khalistani Terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar In Canada | World News

A purported video has surfaced, asserting the assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, an individual marked as a terrorist by India, Canada-based CBC News reported. As per CBC the footage depicts individuals armed with weapons shooting Nijjar, categorising the incident as a ‘contract killing.’ Nijjar had been labeled a terrorist by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in … Read more

PM Justin Trudeau On India Canada Diplomatic Row Says Will Unequivocally Stand Up For Rule Of Law

New Delhi: Reaffirming his allegation of an Indian hand in the murder of Sikh separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday said his country wants to work “constructively” with India to pursue “this very serious matter” to its logical end. The Canadian PM reiterated that his country has “very serious … Read more

‘Will unequivocally stand up for rule of law’: Justin Trudeau on India-Canada row

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has once again reiterated his allegation of India’s involvement in the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar on Canadian soil and said his country “will always stand up for the rule of law”. Trudeau said he reached out to India “to get into the bottom of this matter” and … Read more

Khalistan extremist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun warns in new threat video: ‘Don’t fly by Air India on Nov 19’

Pro-Khalistan extremist leader Gurpatwant Singh Pannun reportedly warned Sikh people to not fly via Air India on November 19. “Doing so can put your live in danger,” he can be heard saying in a purported video that went viral on social media on Saturday. couldn’t independently verify the video. Pannun is one of the … Read more

HTLS 2023: Jaishankar says there’s room for diplomacy to address India-Canada row

Speaking at the HT Leadership Summit 2023 on Saturday, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said there’s still room for diplomacy to deal with the diplomatic row between India and Canada. In an interaction with Hindustan Times Editor-In-Chief R Sukumar, Jaishankar said, “I feel that there is room for diplomacy here. I know that my counterpart … Read more

India-Canada row: Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly confirms contact with EAM Jaishankar amid strained relations

India-Canada row: The relations between Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led India and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau-led Canada seemed to have touched a bitter note during the Group of 20 Summit (G-20), that was held in Delhi this year. Later a statement, an allegation by the Canadian PM seemed to have pinned the nail in the coffin. … Read more

As India resumes some visa services, Canada calls move a ‘good sign’, says suspension should’ve never happened

Canada’s Immigration Minister Marc Miller called India’s move to resume some visa services in Canada “a good sign” and said the decision has come after “an anxious time” for many Canadians. His statement came as India resumed issuing visas from Thursday, October 26, to people of Indian origin, and those requiring permits to attend conferences … Read more

‘India Making It Unbelievably Difficult’: Canadian PM Justin Trudeau Feels The Heat Of Modi Govt’s Counter Actions | World News

Over a month after accusingiIndian hand behind the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau is now feeling the heat of India’s counter-actions. It all started with Canada accusing India and firing one of the top diplomats of the country in September. India was quick to deny the allegation and took … Read more

EXPLAINED: What are the Vienna conventions cited by Canada amid diplomatic row with India?

The India-Canada crisis took a fresh turn on Friday as 41 diplomats were withdrawn from the country. Both Canada and the US have since called for New Delhi to uphold its obligations under the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations while the MEA insists that its actions had not gone against international laws. India asserted … Read more

‘Concerned over Canadian diplomats departure, expect India to…’: United States

The United States on Friday expressed concern over the departure of Canadian diplomats from India and said that it expects New Delhi to uphold its obligations under the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. Canada has withdrawn 41 diplomats from India after it threatened to strip them of their diplomatic immunity by Friday, Foreign Affairs … Read more