The widespread kudos given to Katie Bouman on Twitter was deemed objectionable and excessive by people in some corners of the internet. Continue reading
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Rahul grew up in India and the Middle East before moving to Canada as an international student.
He earned a Master’s degree in journalism from Ryerson University, and worked at Discovery Channel Canada and as a freelance journalist before joining Global News.
When he’s not covering national and international news for Global, Rahul enjoys making music, watching soccer, cooking, traveling, scuba diving and drinking craft beer.
Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, whose meeting with Trudeau was one the flashpoints of the prime minister’s trip to India last year, called the move “a threat to Indian and global security.” Continue reading →
Five people have suffered injuries after a race car crashed into a crowd of spectators during a rallycross event in Sweden, according to Swedish police. Continue reading →
Katie Bouman, 29, wrote one of the imaging algorithms that helped piece together the photo by filling in the gaps in imaging data obtained from the telescopes. Continue reading →
South African authorities say they have recovered the remains of a suspected rhinoceros poacher who was believed to have been killed by an elephant before his body was devoured by lions. Continue reading →
CMHC’s corporate plan released last month set the ambitious goal of providing Canadians with homes they can afford and meet their needs by 2030. Continue reading →
Sri Lanka began advertising the grim career opportunity in newspapers in February. The ad called for applicants with “excellent moral character” and “mental strength.” Continue reading →
Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott are out of the Liberal Party caucus. Continue reading →
A man has been arrested by Los Angeles police in connection with the fatal shooting of Los Angeles rapper Nipsey Hussle, according to U.S. media reports. Continue reading →
Canada lost one of the most iconic figures in the history of its military as Honorary Col. David Lloyd Hart passed away at the age of 101. Continue reading →
The Canadian Women’s Hockey League will be no more as of May 1, 2019, its board of directors announced on Sunday. Continue reading →
Section 184 of the Criminal Code states that recording private conversations is legal as long as one of the parties involved in the call consents to the recording. Continue reading →
When the dust settles on the hilarious pranks from April Fools’ Day, researchers will be left with a treasure trove of data that could improve our ability to detect malicious fake news stories. Continue reading →
The Conservatives are sitting pretty in crucial provinces like Ontario and B.C., with Trudeau falling behind among two of his key demographics from 2015 — women and young people. Continue reading →
The Israeli Air Force says it struck “several Hamas terror targets” in Gaza on Tuesday night, hours after Palestinian militants fired a rocket into Israel. Continue reading →