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Many diasporic Punjabis like me are only one generation removed from the same agrarian life the farmers are fighting to save.
Celebrities like Rihanna, Greta Thunberg and Lilly Singh are raising awareness about the massive protest in India.
Farmers undertook a “historic” march to India’s capital to oppose new reforms, and had support in many Canadian cities.
Troops engaged in a brawl that left 20 soldiers dead, officials say.
The Indian government revoked Kashmir autonomy and shut down the region.
Tensions have reignited in the region between India and Pakistan after India stripped its part of Kashmir of its special status.
India has long been obsessed with skin colour, where fairer often equals better.
The attacks across the Line of Control are the first since 1971.
It's a palace fit for Hollywood royalty.
The third and most important day of Diwali falls on Nov. 7 this year.
It's the equivalent of assuming all Canadians love maple syrup simply because it's always found wherever the country's flag flutters somewhere.
Mica — a pigment that gives highlighters, eye shadows and nail polishes that pretty iridescent sheen — is mined mostly where labour laws aren't enforced.
A leader who attempts to portray himself as a serious opponent of Islamophobia and discrimination at home should do the same abroad.
The three-year-old's shenanigans have been the highlight of the visit.
This week is not going well, but we can't look away.
PM says visit is about "deepening ties" between Canada and India.
With the swearing in of Donald Trump as president of the United States last January, political analysts foresaw a marked
In a historic move demonstrating commitment to democracy and human rights, the Ontario Legislature passed a motion to recognize the 1984 anti-Sikh violence as genocide. The term genocide is politically charged and because of this it is rarely used. But, in this instance, acknowledging what happened in 1984 was genocide was truthful, sincere and healing.