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Donald Sutherland Death News: Donald Sutherland passes away: Hunger Games team, Helen Mirren, Ron Howard and other Hollywood stars pay tribute | – Times of India

Donald Sutherland, the actor whose lengthy career encompassed films including 'The Dirty Dozen' and 'The Hunger Games' franchise, passed away after a prolonged illness. He was 88."With a heavy heart, I tell you that my father, Donald Sutherland, has passed away," actor Kiefer Sutherland wrote on X.One of Canada's most famous actors, he played dashing leading men, as well as, antiheroes and villains, most recently making a name among a new generation of fans as the evil President Snow in 'The Hunger Games' franchise."I personally think one of the most important actors in the history of film. Never daunted by a role, good, bad or ugly. He loved what he did and did what he loved, and one can never ask for more than that. A life well lived," wrote Kiefer Sutherland.Reaction to the Emmy and ...
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Video | Canada Iran Relations: IRGC को Terrorist Organization ठहराने से क्या Iran रोक देगा Hamas की मदद?

Israel Hamas War: कनाडा ने ईरान के IRGC को आतंकी संगठन घोषित कर दिया है, साथ ही कनाडा ने अपने नागरिकों को ईरान न जाने की सलाह दी है, ईरान में रह रहे कनाडाई नागरिकों को ईरान छोड़न को कहा गया है और साथ ही टेरर फंडिंग पर रोक के मक़सद से आतंकी संघठन घोषित कर दिया गया है, 2020 से ही कनाडा-ईरान संबंधों में और अधिक तनाव बढ़ गया था क्योंकि 2020 में कथित तौर पर ईरान ने यूक्रेन का एक विमान मार गिराया था Source link ...
Trudeau talks of engaging with Modi even as Canadian Parliament holds moment of silence for Nijjar
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Trudeau talks of engaging with Modi even as Canadian Parliament holds moment of silence for Nijjar

New Delhi: With the Indian general elections completed, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sees an opportunity to engage with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on “serious issues around national security”, he said Tuesday.Speaking to the Canadian media, Trudeau said, “Now that he’s (Modi) through his election, I think there is an opportunity for us to exchange, including on some very serious issues around national security and keeping Canadians safe and the rule of law, that we will be engaging in.” The Canadian leader’s comments were made public on the anniversary of the killing of Sikh separatist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, designated a terrorist by India. The Canadian House of Commons observed a moment of silence for Nijjar Tuesday. Show Full Article Trudeau in...
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Trudeau Speaks Of ‘Alignment’ With India On ‘Big Issues’, Sees ‘Opportunity’ For Closer Ties

Ottawa, Jun 18 (PTI) Days after his first interaction with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Italy amidst the chill in bilateral ties, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said that there is an "alignment" on several "big issues" with India and he sees an "opportunity" to engage with the new Indian government including on economic ties and "around national security". Prime Minister Modi posted an image on social media of the two leaders shaking hands on Friday, with a one-liner saying “met Canadian PM Justin Trudeau at the G7 Summit”. The meeting which took place on the sidelines of the G7 Summit in Apulia, southern Italy, was the first amid strained diplomatic relations over pro-Khalistani extremism after Trudeau alleged in September last year of "p...
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‘Will Have More To Say When…’: Here’s What Trudeau Said On Inviting Modi To G7 Next Year

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he will have more to say regarding the G7 summit next year when Canada will assume its presidency.  Trudeau said he looks forward to working with Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni and all G7 partners on various issues they have discussed. The next G7 Leaders' Summit is scheduled to be held in Kananaskis, Alberta province of Canada next year. ALSO READ | 'There's Commitment To Work Together': Trudeau On Chat With Modi At G7 Summit Amid Strained India-Canada Relations On the question of whether he will invite Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the summit in Canada next year, Trudeau said, "I can appreciate the keenness with it with which Canadians are looking forward to next year's G7. However, Italy continues t...
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Will PM Modi be invited when Canada assumes G7 presidency? What Trudeau said | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday expressed his gratitude for the interest in the upcoming G7 Summit, which Canada will host in 2025, but said that more details would be shared in due course. When asked if Prime Minister Narendra Modi would be invited to the event, Trudeau stated, "I can appreciate the keenness with it with which Canadians are looking forward to next year's G7.However, Italy continues to be the President of this G7 for the rest of this year and I look forward to working with Prime Minister Meloni and all my G7 Partners on the broad range of issues that we've talked about. I will have more to say about next year's G7 when we assume the G7 Presidency next year."The recent G7 summit, held in Italy's Apulia region from June 13-15, included particip...
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‘Commitment to work together on important issues’: Canada’s Trudeau on bilateral talks with PM Modi | India News – Times of India

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau on Saturday talked about a shared commitment between India and Canada in the future to tackle crucial concerns. "I'm not going to get into the details of this important, sensitive issue that we need to follow up, but this was a commitment to work together, in the coming times, to deal with some very important issues," said Trudeau during a press conference in Savelletri Di Fasano, Italy at the conclusion of three-day G7 Summit.Canadian PM had a bilateral meet with Prime Minister Modi on the sidelines of the summit, the first since Trudeau alleged that Canadian authorities are "actively pursuing credible allegations" related to Indian government involvement in the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a designated terrorist. The ministry of external affairs (MEA) hav...
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G7 Summit: PM Modi Shares A Hug With US President Joe Biden, Shakes Hands With Canada’s Trudeau

Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a significant impact at the G7 Outreach session on Friday, engaging in crucial bilateral meetings and addressing key global issues. During the summit, PM Modi shared a warm hug with US President Joe Biden and exchanged handshakes with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. “It's always a pleasure to meet @POTUS @JoeBiden. India and USA will keep working together to further global good," PM Modi expressed on X (formerly Twitter). It's always a pleasure to meet @POTUS @JoeBiden. India and USA will keep working together to further global good. 🇮🇳🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/Xzyvp5cLCq — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 14, 2024 Met Canadian PM @JustinTrudeau at the G7 Summit. pic.twitter.com/e67ajADDWi — Nar...
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PM Modi Mentions ‘Respect For Each Other’s Concerns’ In Response To Canada PM Trudeau’s Message

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday responded to a congratulatory message from his Canadian counterpart, Justin Trudeau underscoring New Delhi's intent to collaborate with Ottawa based on mutual understanding and respect for each other's concerns. The exchange comes against the backdrop of recent diplomatic tension in India-Canada relations.  "Thank you @CanadianPM for the congratulatory message. India looks forward to working with Canada based on mutual understanding and respect for each other's concerns," Modi stated in a post on 'X' (formerly Twitter). Thank you @CanadianPM for the congratulatory message. India looks forward to working with Canada based on mutual understanding and respect for each others concerns. https://t.co/QQJFngoMyH ...
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India looks forward to working with Canada based on mutual understanding: PM Modi to Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a bilateral meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the G20 Summit in New Delhi. File | Photo Credit: AP The unease in India-Canada ties was on display when Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 10 responded to a congratulatory message from his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau and said New Delhi looks forward to working with Ottawa based on mutual understanding and respect for "each other's concerns".The ties between India and Canada came under severe strain following Mr. Trudeau's allegations in September last year of a "potential" involvement of Indian agents in the killing of Khalistani extremist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in British Columbia.New Delhi rejected Mr. Trudeau's charges as "absurd"."Thank you @CanadianPM ...
‘Respect for each other’s concerns,’ Modi returns Justin Trudeau’s wishes amid frosty ties
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‘Respect for each other’s concerns,’ Modi returns Justin Trudeau’s wishes amid frosty ties

New Delhi: The unease in India-Canada ties was on display when Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday responded to a congratulatory message from his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau and said New Delhi looks forward to working with Ottawa based on mutual understanding and respect for “each other’s concerns”.The ties between India and Canada came under severe strain following Trudeau’s allegations in September last year of a “potential” involvement of Indian agents in the killing of Khalistani extremist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in British Columbia. New Delhi rejected Trudeau’s charges as “absurd”. Show Full Article “Thank you @CanadianPM for the congratulatory message. India looks forward to working with Canada based on mutual understanding and respect for eac...
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Canada’s intelligence chief made unannounced visits to India twice this year | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Canada's intelligence agency chief David Vigneault paid two quiet visits to India in February and March to apprise Indian officials of the case relating to the killing of Khalistani extremist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, people familiar with the matter said.Vigneault, the director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), is learnt to have shared information that emerged during Ottawa's investigation into the killing.The ties between India and Canada came under severe strain following Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's allegations in September last year of the "potential" involvement of Indian agents in the killing of Nijjar.New Delhi rejected Trudeau's charges as "absurd".Vigneault's unannounced visits to India came weeks before Canada arrested three Indian nation...
Indian nationals arrested in Nijjar case haven’t requested consular access, says envoy to Canada
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Indian nationals arrested in Nijjar case haven’t requested consular access, says envoy to Canada

New Delhi: The four Indian nationals charged with the killing of Sikh separatist Hardeep Singh Nijjar have neither requested the Indian government for legal assistance nor consular access, High Commissioner to Canada Sanjay Kumar Verma told ThePrint.He added that Canada has also not shared “any specific and relevant information” for a probe by Indian authorities into Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s allegation that an Indian spy agency was behind the killing. His comments came amid tensions between India and Canada continuing to mount as the one-year anniversary of Nijjar’s killing approaches. Show Full Article The Sikh separatist and Canadian citizen was shot dead outside a gurdwara in British Columbia on 30 June 2023. In an email interview, Verma ...
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Albanese, Trudeau, Zelenskyy Join World Leaders In Wishing PM Modi On Lok Sabha Victory

Several world leaders on Thursday continued congratulating Narendra Modi for the victory of the BJP-led NDA coalition in the Lok Sabha elections and for securing a third term as the prime minister.  Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese called PM Narendra Modi and said it was great to speak with the Indian prime minister and congratulated him on his election victory. PM Modi also thanked the Australian PM for his wishes. "Great to speak with @narendramodi today to congratulate him on his election victory. Australia and India are close friends, with strong strategic, economic and cultural ties. We look forward to growing our partnership in 2024 and beyond," Anthony Albanese said in a post on X.  PM Modi warmly recalled his visit to Australia in 2023 ...
Canadian parliamentary report accuses India of funding parties to influence policy, gain information
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Canadian parliamentary report accuses India of funding parties to influence policy, gain information

New Delhi: India has been accused by a Canadian parliamentary report of funding domestic political parties to influence Ottawa’s electoral process, lobby for New Delhi-friendly policies and gain confidential information.The National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) said in its report, “India emerged as the second-most significant foreign interference threat to Canada’s democratic institutions and processes.” “It became clear during the period of this review that its efforts had extended beyond countering what it perceived as pro-Khalistani efforts in Canada to include interfering in Canadian democratic processes and institutions, including through the targeting of Canadian politicians, ethnic media and Indo-Canadian ethnocultural communities,” added the r...