I am a nomad and collector of experiences: Lisa Ray
I am a nomad and collector of experiences: Lisa Ray

Lisa Ray has lived across various cities around the globe and the actress says it was the thirst for new experiences that did not make her inhabit in just one place.

Modi US visit: Three Indian cities to be named for smart cities project

Three Indian cities are in line to be adopted for the government's "smart cities" project by way of technology and infrastructure upgrade during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's talks in Washington that are also set to see major cooperation with the US in the field of renewable energy.

Govt opens centenary of 'Komagata Maru' incident

The government on Monday opened the year-long centenary commemoration of the historic 'Komagata Maru' incident, when a steamer carrying 376 passengers, mostly immigrants from Punjab, was denied docking in Vancouver owing to discriminatory immigration laws of Canada.

India commemorating 100 years of Komagata Maru incident

India on Monday released a set of special coins of denominations of Rs.100 and Rs.5 launching a year-long centenary commemoration of the 1914 Komagata Maru incident to create awareness about the heroic struggle of Indian migrants against discriminatory immigration laws of Canada.

Bhagat Singh's sister passes away in Canada

Parkash Kaur, the younger sister of revolutionary and freedom fighter Bhagat Singh, has died in Canada, a family member said here Monday.

I sweat like crazy while shooting intimate scenes: Pattinson

Superstar Robert Pattinson has revealed that he sweated like a 'crazy person' while filming intimate scenes with Julianne Moore.

Cabinet approves several MoUs with US

Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the US, the union cabinet Wednesday approved a number of agreements between the two countries.

South Asians in Canada face increased risk of diseases

South Asians, including people from India, living in Canada have a higher rate of heart disease and double the rate of diabetes compared with Caucasian people, says a study co-authored by an Indian-origin researcher.

Missing Afghan soldiers tried to enter Canada: Pentagon

Three Afghan army officers who went missing during a training exercise at a US base have been found trying to cross the border into Canada, a Pentagon official has said.

Singapore GP: Daniel Ricciardo targets podium ahead of improving Sebastian Vettel
Singapore GP: Daniel Ricciardo targets podium ahead of improving Sebastian Vettel

Red Bull`s Daniel Ricciardo believes he can get back on the Formula One podium in Singapore on Sunday after his winning streak ended in Italy two weeks ago.

Canada announces further sanctions against Russia

Canada has imposed further economic sanctions and travel bans against Russia in support of Ukraine, Canadia's Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said Tuesday.

Canada's youngest serial killer gets life sentence

Canada's youngest serial killer, 24-year-old Cody Legebokoff, was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday for four Rocky Mountains backwoods murders in 2009 and 2010.

Militant attack on Army fort kills three in Pakistan

Three paramilitary soldiers were killed when a group of militants launched a rocket attack on a mountain fort in Pakistan`s troubled northwest early Sunday, security officials said. 

Colombia stays alive in 2015 Davis Cup fight
Colombia stays alive in 2015 Davis Cup fight

Colombia`s Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah defeated Canada`s Daniel Nestor and Vasek Pospisil 7-6 (7/4), 7-6 (9/7), 6-4 on Saturday in a Davis Cup World Group playoff tie.

Davis Cup: Bryans lead US to victory over Slovakia, Canada delayed
Davis Cup: Bryans lead US to victory over Slovakia, Canada delayed

Bob and Mike Bryan made quick work of their doubles match to ensure the United States cruised to victory in their Davis Cup World Group playoff tie against Slovakia on Saturday.

WADA symposium to discuss new methods to combat drugs in sport
WADA symposium to discuss new methods to combat drugs in sport

The World Anti-Doping Agency's two-day symposium at Istanbul, Turkey next month would discuss how science and investigations activities combined can help improve tools and develop new strategies to combat the use of drugs in sport.

Canadian Islamist preacher to be deported from Philippines

A Canadian Islamic preacher detained for being a security threat in the Philippines has agreed to be deported, an immigration official said Saturday.

India urged Canada to collaborate with Indian film producers

 

Toronto: India displayed its strengths at the ongoing Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) here as a film shooting destination for Global film producers?and invited joint collaborations among stakeholders within the policy framework.

Eugenie Bouchard back for Hopman Cup
Eugenie Bouchard back for Hopman Cup

Canada`s world number seven Eugenie Bouchard will return to play in January`s mixed teams Hopman Cup in Perth, tournament organisers said Thursday.

Toronto mayor Ford in hospital with suspected tumour

Scandal-plagued Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was admitted to hospital Wednesday after initial tests uncovered the presence of a suspected tumour, doctors said.