Canada Court to hear ''torture'' charges case against Captain Amarinder Singh today

The Ontario Court of Justice will on Saturday hear the torture charges levelled against Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee president Captain Amarinder Singh by a US-based human rights advocacy group "Sikhs for Justice" (SFJ).

Disgusting! Female fan kicked, thrown offstage for taking selfie

Disgusting! Female fan kicked, thrown offstage for taking selfie

A shocking video about a young girl being dropkicked off stage by the lead singer of a pop punk band has gone viral on the internet.

India suffers more asthma due to second-hand smoking

In recent years, the rising health and economic burden of non-infectious respiratory diseases such as asthma have presented a significant challenge to public health

Jet Airways to operate 3 flights on Thursday to fly passengers stranded in Brussels

Jet Airways to operate 3 flights on Thursday to fly passengers stranded in Brussels

An airline spokesperson said the first recovery flight will depart from Amsterdam for Mumbai at 1400 hrs (local time) while the one for New Delhi will depart at 1600 hrs (local time).

Take the stairs to slow brain ageing

"There already exist many 'Take the stairs' campaigns in office environments and public transportation centres," said lead researcher Jason Steffener from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.

Air India Kanishka bombing convict out of prison

Reyat was found guilty of perjury in 2010 after he lied during the trial of two men accused in the Kanishka bombing that killed all 329 passengers on the plane, in Canada's worst terror attack.

Several Canadian cities stop taking Syrian refugees

Immigration Minister John McCallum told reporters in Toronto that he would oblige and have new arrivals diverted to other cities until those feeling overwhelmed sort out their issues.

Planning a trip to Toronto? Here’s a travel guide for you

Planning a trip to Toronto? Here’s a travel guide for you

Toronto will succeed in striking a beautiful chord with its visitor with its charm and matchless charisma.

Turbulence injures multiple Air Canada passengers, diverts flight

 Turbulence on an Air Canada flight from China injured multiple passengers on Wednesday, forcing it to land in Calgary, Alberta, the airline said.

This is how Canadian kids welcomed Syrian refugees – Watch

This is how Canadian kids welcomed Syrian refugees – Watch

Canada on Friday welcomed 163 Syrian refugees, taking in the first of a planned 25,000 in a matter of months and promising them a better life as they flee their country's horrific war.

Alert: ISIS planning attacks in Chicago, Toronto, Geneva

Alert: ISIS planning attacks in Chicago, Toronto, Geneva

Geneva was put on alert on Thursday after the reports about the presence of Paris attack suspects in the region. The level of vigilance in the city has been raised and more police have been put on the streets.

Canadian election could see Trudeau's son become PM

Canadian voters cast their ballots today to decide whether to extend Conservative leader Stephen Harper's near-decade in power or return Canada to its more liberal roots.

Toronto not entering race to host 2024 Olympics

Toronto not entering race to host 2024 Olympics

Toronto will not bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games, according to multiple reports on Monday.

Toronto, Baku mull 2024 Games bids as deadline looms

Toronto, Baku mull 2024 Games bids as deadline looms

Toronto and Baku are still mulling over whether to join the race to host the 2024 Summer Olympic Games with the deadline for bids looming next week.

Ashley Madison CEO steps down in wake of hacking

Ashley Madison CEO steps down in wake of hacking

The CEO of the company that runs adultery website Ashley Madison is stepping down in the wake of the massive breach of the company's computer systems and outing of millions of its members.

Ashley Madison, parent company sued in US over data breach

Infidelity website Ashley Madison and its parent company have been sued in federal court in California by a man who claims that the companies failed to adequately protect clients` personal and financial information from theft, saying he suffered emotional distress.

Haryana to emerge as most favoured FDI destination: Manohar Lal Khattar

Enthused by the overwhelming support he received from top companies in both the US and Canada to his new industrial policy, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has exuded confidence that his state would soon emerge as the "most favoured FDI destination" in India.

Haryana CM woos Canadian investors with his `single roof'' policy

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, who wound up his visit to North America here on Monday, pitched his state as an investment destination to Canadians by citing its `unique character` in India.

Lucie Safarova advances as injury ends Belinda Bencic bid in Cincinnati

Lucie Safarova advances as injury ends Belinda Bencic bid in Cincinnati

French Open finalist Lucie Safarova advanced to the quarter-finals of the ATP and WTA Cincinnati Masters on Thursday when injured opponent Belinda Bencic quit trailing 6-2.

WTA Rogers Cup: Simona Halep cruises past Jelena Jankovic

WTA Rogers Cup: Simona Halep cruises past Jelena Jankovic

Second seed Simona Halep fended off all three break points en route to a 6-3, 6-4 win over former world number one Jelena Jankovic at the WTA Rogers Cup on Wednesday.