CAA has corollary in US’ Lautenberg Amendment
This was spearheaded by US Senator Frank Lautenberg in 1989-90, hence came to be popularly known as the Lautenberg Amendment that gave refugee status and eventually citizenship to a set of minorities from three countries. Indian diplomats have found this Act useful to strengthen India’s argument in the US.
Taliban aim to sign deal with US by end of month: Report
"We have agreed to scale down military operations in days leading up to the signing ...
IIT Roorkee researchers find antibiotic against multi-drug resistant bacteria
In a new study published in the journal, ‘Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy’, IIT Roorkee researchers screened a library of 11,000 compounds against the Gram negative bacteria, Escherichia coli and discovered 30 novel potent antibacterials.
Techchefs to expand to US, Singapore
Singapore is rated as the second-best country to conduct business globally and as one of the most competitive places to do business, along with being a top startup hub, which is why the company was setting up an office there.
2015 nuclear deal: India can bring US to negotiation table, says Iran Minister Javad Zarif
Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif attended luncheon meeting in Mumbai on January 17. During the meeting he said that India can play a leadin...
PFC’s dollar bonds receive 42% US participation
PFC becomes the first Indian public sector company to issue senior unsecured US-dollar bonds with a tenure of more than 10 years.
HCL Tech slightly reduces US dependence: Key Q3 takeaways
HCL Tech posted an all-time high quarterly profit at Rs 3,037 crore.
Shift to passive investing driving US markets: Morgan Housel
Earnings in the US and across the globe have been enough to push the market up, says Housel.
US Senate passes new North America trade deal to replace NAFTA
The Senate overwhelmingly approved a new North American trade agreement Thursday that rewrites the rules of trade with Canada and Mexico and...
US charges 5 over illegal exports for Pakistan's nuclear programme; Islamabad says no information
According to the indictment, between September 2014 and October 2019, the five operated an international procurement network of front companies that existed to acquire US-origin goods for the Advanced Engineering Research Organisation (AERO) and the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC). They exported US-made goods to the two Pakistani entities.
Rupee drops 7 paise to 71 against dollar in early trade
The Indian rupee on Thursday had closed at 70.93 against the dollar.
Trump impeachment: US President insists he doesn't know Lev Parnas despite claims
President Donald Trump is denying knowing a close associate of his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, who is claiming Trump was directly involv...
The $95 bllion centerpiece of the trade deal is already in doubt
Crude oil and gas prices rallied on Thursday, but soyabean, cotton and corn kept falling.
Opposition spreading negativity, could not find solution to jobs issue in 60 years: Amit Shah
"I want to ask them all, was any new solution found during your 50-60 years rule to provide employment to the youth of this country having 130 crore population...you did not do anything new and are now seeking answers from us (Hisaab maang rahe hain?)," Amit Shah said, without naming any particular political party.
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