Jaspal Atwal row has turned into farce, continues to cloud India-Canada relations, hits Justin Trudeau's approval ratings
Jaspal Atwal's presence in India and the infamous invite have played a vital role in undermining ties between India and Canada, and even dragged down Trudeau's approval ratings and re-election prospects
Justin Trudeau to meet Narendra Modi in Delhi: It will take combined charm of PMs to mitigate bad vibes
By the time Trudeau returned to Delhi, the Khalistan issue was already at a crescendo, with no modifier. And the bad vibes became amplified
Trudeau’s courage has a character limit of 140, one he cannot exceed simply because of Canada’s reliance on America.
Though Donald Trump's anti-migrant, "America-first", protectionist and anti-Islam stand is not new, they are no longer mere campaign speeches but a preview of how America is going to behave towards the world with Trump as the 45th president of the United States of America, and that should worry all including India
If 'post-truth' and 'surreal' were the words of the year, as per a couple of notable dictionaries, the word that defines the transition of America into Trumpland is quite simply 'delegitimisation'
outgoing United States President Barack Obama wrapped up his eight-year tenure in the White House with oratory that has defined his political career – rousing and emotive.
If that does occur, those circumstances will roil either the final two months of Obama’s tenure or the initial period of a Clinton term.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were as nasty against each other in the final US presidential debate as they always have been.
The performance in St Louis will do little to salvage the Trump operation. He ought to know that an edifice built on shoddy material is bound to collapse.
If the trolls on Twitter had to pronounce a verdict on the only Vice-Presidential debate of the 2016 election cycle, their reaction is likely to be: Yawn.
Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump, each brought their signature brand of sparring to the ring, and neither managed to land that critical blow.
The United Nations has been a happy haranguing ground for Pakistan. This seems to be the year India has decided to holler back.
Clinton can thank the Republican Party for gifting her competition in the form of Trump
Raja Krishnamoorthi: First-ever Hindu of Indian origin may make it to the US House of Representatives
That’s 43-year-old Raja Krishnamoorthi, the Democratic Party candidate for the 8th district of Illinois, who mulled over that distinction in a conversation, "It’s humbling, I think the Congress will increasingly look like America and reflect the diversity of America and I will hopefully be one part of that."
When US president Barack Obama exits the White House in January, he will leave behind a foreign policy landscape that has more craters in it than a road in Mumbai after a particularly powerful monsoon season
Jayapal captured 42 percent of the vote in the primary for the seat to lead the nine-candidate field. In fact, she polled double the votes of the runner-up.
On Election Day, 8 November, Trump will have overachieved if he captures a quarter of the community’s votes. He is not quite its idol.
When Trump attacks the system, he bounces; when he attacks individuals, he flounders.
Jill Stein could help perpetuate the Democrats’ jinx of not getting three consecutive terms in the White House in the previous 60 years.