Trudeau’s Accusation Against India Is Ominous for India-US Ties
By Mohamed Zeeshan
India is a partner against China, but the rationale for countering China is precisely that Beijing engages in the sort of activities which the Canadian PM has accused India of undertaking.
India-Canada Ties Are Caught in Downward Spiral
By Krutika Pathi and Sheikh Saaliq
Sikh separatism has long strained bilateral relations. Now it's sunk them to their lowest point in years.
The Securitization of Punjab’s Political Economy Crisis
By Mahika Khosla
Over a month after Amritpal Singh’s arrest, the root causes of tensions in Punjab remain largely ignored by New Delhi.
Indian Police Arrest Sikh Separatist Leader After Long Hunt
By Ashok Sharma and Prabhjot Gill
After a month-long manhunt in Punjab, Amritpal Singh was apprehended outside a Sikh shrine in Moga.
India Police Hunt Sikh Leader, Arrest Separatist Supporters
By Sheikh Saaliq and Krutika Pathi
Indian police say they have arrested over 150 supporters of Amritpal Singh, but the separatist leader himself remains at large.
India Warns Canada as the Trudeau Comments Threaten Relations
By Abhijnan Rej
The Indian foreign ministry’s statement after it summoned the Canadian high commissioner is unlikely to go down well in Ottawa.
What Does the Kartarpur Corridor Really Mean for India-Pakistan Relations?
By Vinay Kaura
Hidden motives and lingering tensions mean the corridor's impact on the overall relationship will be limited.
India’s Sikh Sensitivities and Canadian Politics
By Grant Wyeth
By-elections are usually a local matter, but India was probably watching a recent election in Vancouver.
Explaining Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's Chilly Reception in India
By Harsh V. Pant
Canada-India relations are entering a cool period.