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Spouses on H4 visas stuck in India following Trump's ban
Trump's visa restriction has left the fate of spouses of H1B visa holders hanging in the balance.
No formal plans, says White House on Donald Trump mediating India-China standoff
Amid the rising tension between India and China on the borde...
Trump slams protests, defends pandemic response at Tulsa rally
The president, who revels in large crowds and had predicted his first rally in...
Donald Trump tried to kill trade. Covid-19 just might succeed
Fixated on the idea that trade is a battle that the US was losing, Trump set about wrecking the system.
US suspending work visas to have limited impact, say sources
US President Donald Trump temporarily suspending entry of foreign workers such as IT professionals into the US will have a limited impact on India with a maximum of 30,000 visas being at stake during the six-month restriction period.
Lawyers, industry bodies question economic rationale to visa suspension
“This is just another shot at limiting immigration into the US, the economic justification being used by the Administration does not make sense... A majority of these workers are in the tech sector, which has one of the lowest unemployment in the US,” said Nandini Nair, immigration partner at law firm Greenspoon Marder.
US proclamation to suspend work visas misguided: Nasscom
Nasscom urged the US administration to shorten the duration of these restrictions to 90 days, saying lengthening these "burdensome restrictions" on US companies that are trying to recover from the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic will "only serve to harm" the economy.
Disappointed with Trump's proclamation on immigration: Sundar Pichai
"Immigration has contributed immensely to America’s economic success, making it a global leader in tech, and also Google the company it is today. Disappointed by today’s proclamation - we’ll continue to stand with immigrants and work to expand opportunity for all," Pichai said on the microblogging platform Twitter.
Donald Trump asserts coronavirus will 'go away' without vaccine
President Donald Trump asserted without evidence Friday that the COVID-19 pandemic will "go away without a vaccine." "It's going to go away....
Working with India on COVID-19 vaccine development: Donald Trump
"I just got back a short while ago from India recently and we are working very much with India and we have a tremendous Indian population in the US and many of the people that you are talking about are working on the vaccine too. Great scientist and researchers," Trump said.
Donald Trump threatens states' voting funds during Covid-19 pandemic
President Donald Trump on Wednesday followed up on tweets threatening to hold up federal funds for two election battleground states, that ar...
India’s China standoff shows risks of getting too close to Donald Trump
Tensions are flaring as governments from US. to Europe move to cut their dependence on China.
Joe Biden formally clinches Democratic presidential nomination
Joe Biden formally clinched the Democratic presidential nomination, setting him up for a bruising challenge to President Donald Trump that w...
Coronavirus worse for US than Pearl Harbor, 9/11: Donald Trump
Trump said fallout from the pandemic has hit the United States harder than the December 7, 1941 Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor or the September 11, 2001 Al-Qaeda attacks on New York and Washington.
Facebook workers criticize Mark Zuckerberg’s inaction over Donald Trump
It’s rare for Facebook employees to speak publicly about internal activity unless they have permission from the communications team. The company in the past has punished and discouraged leaking. Now, Facebook has changed that approach.
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