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Sikh woman becomes first turbaned Supreme Court judge in Canada

Shergill is the first turbaned Sikh to be appointed to the judiciary in Canada.

FBI probing Michigan airport stabbing as 'terrorism'

The stabbing at Bishop International Airport, in the city of Flint, comes amid a wave of jihadist-inspired attacks in Europe, most recently a foiled bomb assault at a train station in Belgium.

Fear a tornado? This Canadian man's coolness takes Internet by storm

Fear a tornado? This Canadian man's coolness takes Internet by storm

Theunis Wessels' picture showing him mowing the lawn as a large tornado loomed on the horizon has taken the social media by storm.

Canada woman among those killed on London Bridge

The family of a Canadian woman who was among the seven people killed in the attacks in London says she was one of the victims struck by a van on the London Bridge.

Indian Army to open doors to women in combat roles: General Bipin Rawat

Indian Army to open doors to women in combat roles: General Bipin Rawat

Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat said the process to allow women in combat role, currently an exclusive domain of men, is moving fast and initially women will be recruited for positions in military police.

Canadians 'stand united' with London, Justin Trudeau says

Canadians 'stand united' with London, Justin Trudeau says

Three assailants stabbed people at random and smashed into pedestrians in a van, killing six.

G7 leaders make progress on trade, remain split on climate change

Leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy nations pledged on Saturday to fight protectionism, overcoming resistance from US President Donald Trump, who was elected on an "America first" agenda.

Canadian High Commission expresses regret over denial of entry to retired CRPF IG

The Canadian High Commission in New Delhi on Tuesday regretted any inconvenience that might have been experienced by the retired Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) officer who was not allowed to enter into the country.

Sea lion grabs girl, drags her into water - WATCH what happens next!

Sea lion grabs girl, drags her into water - WATCH what happens next!

In the video, the sea lion was seen grabbling the little girl by her dress and pulling her into the water to her family's horror.

BSF, Punjab Police bust terror module with Canada-Pakistan links

In a joint operation, the Boder Security Force (BSF) and the Punjab Police on Sunday busted a terror module with links to Canada and Pakistan.

Canada backs sanctions legislation targeting rights abusers

Canada's international sanctions law to target gross human rights violators

Meet Jagmeet Singh - the first Sikh in leadership race of a national political party in Canada

Meet Jagmeet Singh - the first Sikh in leadership race of a national political party in Canada

The New Democratic Party is one of the three major national parties in Canada.

Woman threatened, kicked out of bank in United States for wearing hijab

A Muslim-American woman was allegedly kicked out of a bank in the US for 'wearing a hijab' - with staff threatening to call police if she did not 'remove her hood'.

Canada PM Justin Trudeau at 'Khalistan event'; India lodges protest

Canada PM Justin Trudeau at 'Khalistan event'; India lodges protest

On April 30, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed a parade for `Khalsa Day`, which included floats glorifying Sikh militant leaders.

Mexico says called Donald Trump's bluff when he eyed NAFTA exit

Mexico said on Thursday it had called US President Donald Trump`s bluff over his suggestion he only decided to stay in the North American Free Trade Agreement as a favor to the leaders of Mexico and Canada after they asked him to renegotiate the deal.

Woman arrested for travelling to Canada with fake passport

Dabgar arrived here on Monday and took a flight to Canada from the Mumbai international airport.

Liberals win tight poll in Canada's British Columbia, lose majority

 The ruling Liberal Party squeaked to victory in British Columbia elections, but it lost its majority after 16 years in power as the left-leaning New Democrats picked up seats, preliminary results showed.

Canadian PM Trudeau rejects calls for Harjit Sajjan's resignation

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has rebuffed resignation calls for Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan over his "architect comments for a 2006 offensive against the Taliban, media reports said.

Quakes rattle Alaska, Canada border area

Two strong earthquakes struck a remote border area between Canada and southeastern Alaska Monday, the US Geological Survey reported.

There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.

Donald Trump agrees to renegotiate NAFTA deal with Canada, Mexico

Donald Trump agrees to renegotiate NAFTA deal with Canada, Mexico

U.S. President Donald Trump has agreed to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) instead of withdrawing it after speaking to the leaders of Mexico and Canada to see if the deal can be made.