Canada wants private talks with India to resolve diplomatic spat
Ties between the two countries have become seriously strained over Canadian suspicion that Indian government agents were linked to the murder of a Sikh separatist leader and Canadian citizen.
India tells Canada to withdraw 41 diplomats, report says
The Financial Times says India has threatened to revoke the diplomatic immunity of those diplomats told to leave who remain after Oct 10.
India foreign minister says Canada has 'climate of violence' for diplomats
Relations between India and Canada have been tense of late, mostly due to the presence of Sikh separatists in Canada who have kept alive the demand for an independent Sikh state.
Blinken raised Sikh separatist murder with India foreign minister, US official says
India has dismissed Canada's allegations as absurd, and ties have become strained with both governments expelling a diplomat in a tit-for-tat move.
Canada PM apologises after Nazi veteran praised in Parliament
Trudeau also says Ottawa has already reached out to Kyiv and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky through diplomatic channels to apologise.
India would look into any 'specific' info on Sikh separatist killing in Canada, says minister
Allies of Canada, including the US, have cautiously expressed concern over the claims and urged India to cooperate with Canada's investigation.
Canada parliamentary speaker to quit after publicly praising Nazi
The episode played into the narrative promoted by Russian President Vladimir Putin that he sent his army into Ukraine last year to 'demilitarise and denazify' the country.
Kremlin says Canadian recognition of veteran from Nazi unit 'outrageous'
Yaroslav Hunka received two standing ovations from Canadian lawmakers in the House of Commons lower chamber during a visit by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Canadian Sikhs stage protests against Indian govt over murder
Canada is home to about 770,000 Sikhs – the highest population of Sikhs outside their home state of Punjab.
India stops new visas for Canadians, asks Ottawa to downsize missions as spat worsens
A blanket suspension of new visas by India for a Western country is unheard of and marks the lowest point of India-Canada relations.
Thousands join protests in Canada against creeping LGBT ideology in schools
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemns the protesters, calling them homophobic and transphobic.
Canada PM wants India to cooperate in murder probe, declines to release evidence
The Indian foreign ministry says Canada has not shared any specific information about the murder.