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24 June, 2018 5:05 PM Kanishka bombing was Canada’s single-worst act of terror: Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Saturday said the 1985 Air India bombing as was the “single-worst terrorist attack” in the country’s history as he paid tribute to the 329 victims of the Kanishka Flight 182 which was blown off mid-air. “The Air India bombing remains the single worst terrorist attack in Canada’s history. This horrific act of malice 35

24 June, 2018 3:31 AM Canadian PM Trudeau Calls 1985 Air India Plane Bombing "Act Of Malice"

Justin Trudeau said the Air India bombing remains the single worst terrorist attack in Canada's history Toronto: Canada remembered the 329 victims of Air India Kanishka Flight 182 which was blown off mid-air on June 23, 1985. The day is marked as National Day of Remembrance for Victims of Terrorism in Canada. Paying tributes to the victims, Prime Minister 97

22 June, 2018 7:55 AM Microsoft Visual Search Comes to Bing, Edge, Launcher Apps to Take on Google Lens

Microsoft has introduced visual search to many of its services. Users can now open the phone camera to take a snapshot of something around them and search for it on the Web. This feature is live only for the US users for now using the Bing app on iOS and Android, and Microsoft Launcher for Android. Visual search capabilities have also begun rolling out for Microsoft 68

20 June, 2018 2:28 AM Canada Senate approves recreational use of marijuana

The country is set to become the first Group of Seven nation to legalize cannabis Canada's upper house of parliament on Tuesday approved a revised bill to legalize recreational marijuana, setting the stage for the country to become the first Group of Seven nation to legalize cannabis. The Senate voted 52-29 in favor of the revised bill from the elected 34

20 June, 2018 1:20 AM "They Buy Shoes, Then They Wear Them": Trump Says Canadians Smuggle Shoes

"The tariffs to get common items back into Canada are so high that they have to smuggle them in," Donald Trump said in a speech Monday. Washington: After citing national security reasons for slapping tariffs on Canadian metals, Donald Trump escalated his attacks on America's northern neighbor Tuesday, claiming its citizens were smuggling shoes across 39

19 June, 2018 3:23 PM Novak Djokovic Cruises At Queen's, Andy Murray Set To Return

With Wimbledon starting on July 2, Novak Djokovic is desperate to improve his lacklustre 14-8 record in 2018. Dogged by rumours that he no longer has the motivation to return to the top, the 12-time Grand Slam winner decided to start his bid for a fourth Wimbledon crown by accepting a Queen's wild card. With Wimbledon starting on July 2, Djokovic was desperate 47

19 June, 2018 8:12 AM Canada lawmakers vote to legalise cannabis

The Canadian parliament passed a bill today to legalise cannabis that would make Canada the first G7 country to allow free consumption of the mind-altering drug. The bill was passed by 205 votes to 82 in the House of Commons. The legislation must now pass the Senate, and receive royal assent by the governor general before becoming law, likely by September 57

19 June, 2018 7:23 AM Hyundai Reorganises International Business; India, US & Europe Become Regional Headquarters

Hyundai has reconsolidated its global business operations into regional headquarters and has opened the first three headquarters for America, Europe, and India - three of its biggest markets currently. Hyundai Motor Company has announced organisational changes within its overseas operations, which will see the company set-up regional headquarters for each region 55

19 June, 2018 7:22 AM Americans own 40% of all firearms globally: Survey

Americans make up only four percent of the global population but they own 40 percent of the world's firearms, a new study said today. There are more than one billion firearms in the world but 85 percent of those are in the hands of civilians, with the remainder held by law enforcement and the military, according to the Small Arms Survey. The survey 42

18 June, 2018 5:08 PM Exclusion of Indian students from visa reform amounts to self-harm: British think tank

Think tanks, lawmakers condemn discriminatory measure Britain’s decision to exclude India from reform of its international student visa application process has been widely condemned in Britain, including by the Labour Party, with one think tank describing it as an “act of self-harm” that threatened to push even more Indian students away from British 38