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Men's Junior Hockey World Cup 2021: Pep talk from Manpreet, Harman egged India colts after France disappointment
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Men's Junior Hockey World Cup 2021: Pep talk from Manpreet, Harman egged India colts after France disappointment

Tournament favourites India were stunned by underdogs France 4-5 in their opening match of the premier junior tournament before the title holders bounced back in style to thrash Canada 13-1

Beijing Winter Olympics: China lashes out at the US for considering diplomatic boycott of event
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Beijing Winter Olympics: China lashes out at the US for considering diplomatic boycott of event

The diplomatic boycott by the US and its allies could cast a shadow over the grand opening ceremony being planned by China for the event as their official delegations will be conspicuously absent flagging the human rights issues.

Canadian woman becomes world’s first patient to be diagnosed with ‘climate change’
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Canadian woman becomes world’s first patient to be diagnosed with ‘climate change’

According to a Canadian daily, a senior citizen from British Columbia, has been facing an underlying condition of asthma, which the doctors said was due to heatwaves and bad air quality

Goddess Annapurna idol retrieved from Canada to be kept at Kashi Vishwanath Temple
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Goddess Annapurna idol retrieved from Canada to be kept at Kashi Vishwanath Temple

Union Minister for Culture, Tourism and DoNER G Kishan Reddy stated that he will provide details of the journey of the idol and the efforts made to retrieve and bring home the idols and antiquities from various countries on November 3 at the residence of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adithyanath

Why China's quest to dominate global tech standards may be elusive for Beijing
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Why China's quest to dominate global tech standards may be elusive for Beijing

The Chinese government has created a vision for the State to dominate the global tech supply chains and eventually concentrate geopolitical power

Watch: Sikh men use their turbans to rescue hikers at Canada waterfall
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Watch: Sikh men use their turbans to rescue hikers at Canada waterfall

A video of the rescue has gone viral on social media where the five Sikh men are seen throwing a rope, made out of their turbans, towards the men who had fallen into the pool

Canadian couple uses boats to shift their home to new spot; check out viral video here
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Canadian couple uses boats to shift their home to new spot; check out viral video here

The house, also known as the ‘biscuit box’, was moved with the help of small motorboats. With barrels placed underneath the house, the structure was firmly tied up to a metal frame that has extra buoyancy

In Canada, six-hundred-pound giant black bear breaks window and enters house; see pictures here
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In Canada, six-hundred-pound giant black bear breaks window and enters house; see pictures here

The bear loitered around the entire house, wandering from one bedroom to another.

Why Joe Biden should follow Canada and go big on private refugee resettlement
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Why Joe Biden should follow Canada and go big on private refugee resettlement

Now is the time for US President Joe Biden to ask the American people to invite homeless and war-ravaged Afghan refugees into their homes and their communities

FIFA World Cup Qualifying: Panama upset much-changed USA, Mexico go top
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FIFA World Cup Qualifying: Panama upset much-changed USA, Mexico go top

Panama moved up into third place in the CONCACAF standings with the victory, level on eight points with the USA, who are second.

Meng and the two Michaels: Why China's hostage diplomacy failed and marred its ties with Canada
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Meng and the two Michaels: Why China's hostage diplomacy failed and marred its ties with Canada

A case of tripartite diplomacy: Even though the Meng/two Michaels case has poisoned Canada-China relations, it was actually a US-China dispute

What's awaiting on the sidelines of 76th session of UNGA in New York
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What's awaiting on the sidelines of 76th session of UNGA in New York

Of all the events the outcome of a meeting on Wednesday of the foreign ministers of the five veto-wielding permanent members of the Security Council is eagerly awaited

Why Canada's Justin Trudeau is falling behind in polls less than a week before elections
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Why Canada's Justin Trudeau is falling behind in polls less than a week before elections

Canadians go to the polls on 20 September in an election that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called two years early

US Open 2021: 'Tennis is mad', Twitter in awe of Emma Raducanu and Leylah Fernandez
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US Open 2021: 'Tennis is mad', Twitter in awe of Emma Raducanu and Leylah Fernandez

Emma Raducanu and Leylah Fernandez are both teenagers. They’re both unseeded at the US Open. They’re both getting loud backing from the crowds. And now, remarkably, they’re both Grand Slam finalists.

Afghanistan crisis: Where will refugees go? What next for them?
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Afghanistan crisis: Where will refugees go? What next for them?

The United Nations has estimated that nearly 4,00,000 Afghans have already been forced to flee their homes since the start of this year

Canadian Michael Spavor jailed for 11 years in China for spying; 'unacceptable', says Justin Trudeau
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Canadian Michael Spavor jailed for 11 years in China for spying; 'unacceptable', says Justin Trudeau

Spavor was detained in 2018 along with compatriot Michael Kovrig after Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada on a US extradition warrant

Schitt’s Creek, the town 'where everyone fits in' and LGBT-phobia does not
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Schitt’s Creek, the town 'where everyone fits in' and LGBT-phobia does not

Open minds, large hearts and small towns are not mutually exclusive. Over and above everything else that this fantastic series does, it echoes this lesson I learnt as a child from my mother.

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Argentina bounce back to beat South Africa, join Fiji, Britain and New Zealand in rugby sevens semis
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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Argentina bounce back to beat South Africa, join Fiji, Britain and New Zealand in rugby sevens semis

The Fijians will next play Argentina, which rebounded to beat South Africa 19-14, and Britain will have to contend with top-ranked New Zealand.

A round-up of the world's worst climate change events in 2021
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A round-up of the world's worst climate change events in 2021

An unprecedented downpour dumped a year's worth of rain in just three days on the central city of Zhengzhou, China.