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Mumbai terror attacks plotter Tahawwur Rana arrested in Los Angeles

According to The Washington Post, the Chicago based businessman Tahawwur Rana, was convicted of a crime related to the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks

Trudeau joins anti-racism demonstration in Ottawa

Thousands of people on Friday took to the street in downtown Ottawa to protest against racism, chanting "Black Lives Matter," "Enough is Enough," "I can't breathe," and "No Justice, No Peace."

COVID-19 pandemic still threatening Canadians’ health: Trudeau

"I want to be very clear. We're not out of the woods. The pandemic is still threatening the health and safety of Canadians," Trudeau said at a press conference on Thursday.

Trudeau announces financial assistance for students

At his press conference, Trudeau said the emergency program of 9 billion Canadian dollars (about$ 6.4 billion) will be put on the Canada Revenue Agency website to ensure the application process moves as quickly as possible

Canada bans assault weapons after deadliest shooting

"These weapons were designed for one purpose, and one purpose only: to kill the largest number of people in the shortest amount of time," Trudeau told a news briefing.

Trudeau announces expanded eligibility for emergency benefit

Part-time and seasonal workers, who are earning less than 1,000 Canadian dollars (about $710) a month, such as contract or gig economy workers, or who have seasonal employment and cannot find a job

Teen pop star Johnny Orlando wants Justin Bieber on his live series

He has released singles such as "What If" (featuring Mackenzie Ziegler), "Last summer" and "All these parties". His debut EP, "Teenage Fever", was unveiled in March 2019.

Trudeau announces updates to programs dealing with COVID-19 impact

At his daily press conference on Wednesday, Trudeau said his government's goal was to deliver sweeping, robust programs that would help more people as quickly as possible, reports Xinhua news agency.

Canadian actress and activist Shirley Douglas dead at 86      

Douglas died following a bout of pneumonia, Sutherland wrote on Twitter, specifying that it was not related to the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Trudeau to recall Parliament for expanded emergency aid

At his daily press conference on Wednesday, Trudeau said that recalling Parliament was part of a "Team Canada" effort to combat the COVID-19 spread that has shut down huge sections of the economy and placed a massive strain on the medical system

Nearly 300 Indians stranded in Malaysia, seek help

"We have been left to die as we have been stranded at the airport without any precautions to prevent from COVID-19."

Seven more cured of COVID-19: Centre

71 others stable, says Joint Secretary, Union Health Ministry; ITBP-run quarantine centre releases 112 after tests

India attracts $25 bn foreign PE investments so far 

Since 2005, when restrictions on FDI in real estate were lifted, the India realty sector has received more than $25 billion worth of equity investments from foreign investors.

Oil Ministry may split GAIL

Moves Cabinet note seeking approval; pipeline business may be sold to a strategic investor at a later date

Ukrainian airliner was downed by Iranian missile: Trudeau

Many of the Canadian victims of the UIA crash were families and students who had traveled to Iran for the holidays.

Fare Well 2020!

Powering on the positives of the year gone by and bettering the basics on a preferential basis must be the fulcrum of focus

Bianca Andreescu defeats Serena Williams to clinch US Open title

The decision to expand the Cabinet was taken by the Chief Minister on Saturday. According to the Chief Minister’s Office, the decision was taken as September 8 is an auspicious ‘Dasami’ day.

Serena’s US Open plans upended as injury hands Andreescu Toronto crown

She's projected to break into the top 15 in the world rankings on Monday after winning her first tournament since a right shoulder injury sidelined her at the French Open.

Canada: Trudeau cabinet approves controversial Trans Mountain project

The cabinet decided that the project is in national interest as it would be creating jobs and bringing in billions of dollars to state coffers.

Hamilton wins 7th Canadian GP after Vettel penalty

Sebastian Vettel had taken the lead from the pole position and was ahead of Hamilton till lap 48 when he lost track.

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