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  • Indore: Devi Ahilyabai Holkar is the Asia Pacific Region’s best airport

    Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport has won the best airport of Asia-Pacific Region award of Airport Council International (ACI). Airport director airport director Aryama Sanyal received the award during inauguration of ACI Customer Excellence Global Summit held in Halifex Canada on September 12. The award is a recognition of quality passenger services in 2017 through passengers’ feedback. Sanyal received the award at a glittering ceremony in presence of Airport Authority of India (AAI)

  • NAFTA talks with Canada going very well, says Donald Trump

    Washington: US President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that negotiations with Canada to incorporate it into the revised North American Free Trade Agreement are going “very well”, and he revealed that he spoke this week with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

  • Women, men in US march topless for gender equality

    Washington : Hundreds of women, and some men, marched on Sunday through numerous cities in the US to show their breasts, demanding gender equality and to protest against the “commercialisation and the double standards” which affects their lives and jobs.

  • Saudis, Canada eyeball-to-eyeball

    The new aggressive Saudi Arabia was on full display this month. Canada was the target and had to face the wrath of the powerful  33-year old Crown Prince, Mohammed Bin Salman, or MBS as he is popularly known. The new power centre behind the Saudi throne has taken umbrage at Canada’s criticism of its human rights record.

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    A joke makes Canadian fly nearly 42300 km in opposite direction to Arctic

    A man from Canada’s Winnipeg ended up taking the longest flight of his life after he boarded a wrong one. Filmmaker and wildlife photographer Christopher Paetkau was heading to Inuvik from Yellowknife, however, he accidentally took a flight to Iqaluit which is 2,260 km in the other direction from his original destination. As per BBC, it all happened when, while boarding, he asked a flight attendant if his flight was going to

  • 4 dead in shooting in Canada, circumstances unclear: Police

    Montreal: A suspect has been arrested after four people were killed today in a shooting in the eastern Canadian city of Fredericton, police said. Authorities urged people in the Brookside neighborhood, where residents reported waking to the sounds of dozens of shots, to remain in their homes, describing it as an “active incident” on Twitter.

  • Saudi Arabia suspends Toronto flights in row with Canada

    Riyadh: Saudi Arabia’s state airliner has suspended its direct flights to Toronto after Canada called for the release of detained activists for civil society and women’s rights. The Middle Eastern country has also frozen all trade and expelled Canada’s ambassador over the “interference”, BBC reported on Monday.

  • 2 dead including shooter, 14 others injured in Toronto shooting

    Toronto: A gunman, who opened fire at a busy Toronto restaurant strip injuring at least 14 people including a young girl, has been shot dead, Canadian police said. The young girl, who had received critical injuries in the attack in the Danforth and Logan avenues area, on Sunday night has succumbed, the BBC reported.

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    Justin Bieber-Hailey Baldwin to plan wedding in Canada?

    Washington DC: American singer Justin Bieber and model Hailey Baldwin are planning a small wedding in Canada. According to US Weekly, friends of the couple mentioned that the nuptials will take place in Canada, since Bieber is a native to the North-American country.

  • Dabangg tour: Salman Khan meets Shahid Afridi in Canada, and Twitterati like it

    Bollywood and cricket go hand in glove since decades. It was no surprise when Salman Khan and Shahid Afridi met recently, and shared a stars colliding moment together in Canada. While Salman is stationed as a part of his Dabangg tour, Afridi is playing in the Global T20 League.

  • India: UN Kashmir report relied on unverified sources

    United Nations : Reacting angrily to Pakistan’s reference to a UN report on Kashmir at the Security Council,  India has said the “so-called” report reflects “clear bias” and was not even found fit to be considered by the members of the human rights body where it was submitted.

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    15 people dead as heat wave hits Canada

    Ottawa: A total of 15 people died from complications related to the hot and humid weather which has been rampaging in Eastern and Central Canada since last weekend, according to CTV on Wednesday.