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United States leading the world in COVID-19 testing, India second: Donald Trump
"As one family, we mourn every precious life that's been lost. I pledge in their honour that we will develop a vaccine and we will defeat the virus. We're doing very well with vaccine development and therapeutic development," Trump said at a White House news conference on Tuesday, his first on coronavirus after several weeks.
US leading the world in terms of COVID-19 testing and India is second: Donald Trump
Trump insisted the American response to the pandemic was ...
US and Australia reaffirm commitment to Quad consultations with Japan and India
Quad or quadrilateral coalition represents four countries - I...
IIT Delhi startups launch antiviral protection kit
The antiviral kit consists of a novel Clensta protection lotion and hand sanitiser; E-TEX Kawach Antiviral T-Shirt and Kawach Mask. The products are backed up by experts from the chemical and textile departments of IIT Delhi.
Bangladesh registers over 5 per cent growth under Hasina despite pandemic
Taking part in a webinar, organised by Awami League’s international Affairs Sub Committee on Saturday night, the diplomats also reiterated their commitments to help Sheikh Hasina in fulfillment of Vision 2041, set out by the Bangladesh Prime Minister.
India believes in peace but also capable of giving befitting response to any attempt of aggression, says Prez in veiled message to China
President Kovind also complimented the Modi government, noting it is very reassuring to note that the Centre while anticipating the tremendous challenge responded effectively and well in time. "For a country so vast and diverse with high population density, meeting this challenge requires super-human efforts."
View: Indian economy and new beginnings
73 years after Independence, today, India finds itself standing up against a tricky aggressor. The weapons are our policy decisions and the warriors are our health workers. As we rise to the challenge, it is critical to not lose sight of the ideals we stand for, and restart our growth journey keeping our people at the forefront.
India needs further economic reforms to attract more investment, according to IMF
The remarks by International Monetary Fund's Chief Spokesperson Gerry Rice on Thursday came in response to a question on the recent FDI announcements made by global giants like Facebook and Google in India.
UNSC reform talks being 'held hostage', used as 'convenient smokescreen': India
India's Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, Ambassador K Nagaraj Naidu, on Monday wrote a letter to President of the 74th Session of the General Assembly, Tijjani Muhammad-Bande, expressing New Delhi's strong disappointment over the decision regarding roll-over of the intergovernmental negotiations (IGN) on UNSC reforms into the next session of the General Assembly that begins this month.
'Pakistan continues to promote terror notwithstanding pandemic’
Pakistan’s Prime Minister had also publicly acknowledged presence of up to 40,000 terrorists in his country and that terrorists from Pakistan have attacked the neighboring countries. Recently, Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team of the UN Security Council, reported that around 6,500 Pakistani terrorists belonging to LeT and JeM are operating in Afghanistan.
India well-poised for digital transformation of manufacturing
The discourse on advanced digital technologies is most current as the COVID19 pandemic illustrated that the digital age is truly upon us. Almost overnight businesses, governments, educational institutions, health care providers and many others went online.
India must pay homage to Covid warriors on its 74th I-Day: Union Minister Muraleedharan
The Minister of State for External Affairs & Parliamentary Affairs was the chief guest at a 'Virtual Kavi Sammelan' organised by Jaipur Foot USA to celebrate India's Independence Day.
India-China standoff a wake-up call for industry to become more competitive: CII
The Indian and Chinese armies are locked in a bitter standoff in multiple locations in eastern Ladakh for the last six weeks, and the tension escalated manifold after 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a violent clash in Galwan Valley on June 15.
View: Coronavirus could be India's black swan event
Modi demonstrated leadership by announcing a lockdown and 3 packages to help citizens & businesses to cope.
With demand declining, India's diamond companies slash imports to keep prices stable
More than 2,000 large and small firms in India - where 14 out of 15 stones are polished - have joined hands, acting on advisories issued by trade bodies, to slash and cancel imports, convince global miners Alrosa and De Beers of the urgency to defer supply, and avert panic sale as demand plunged amid Covid-19.