"India is moving quite quickly in a number of areas as well, again, on renewable energy, which is kind of a golden thread running through this hearing. India is thinking big and moving big," Robert Orr, professor and dean, University of Maryland, School of Public Policy, told lawmakers during a Congressional hearing.
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The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the strikes hit a series of residential buildings in Mayadeen, a town in Syria's oil-rich eastern province of Deir Ezzor.
Brent crude futures were trading at $54.39 per barrel at 0651 GMT, up 43 cents, or 0.8 percent, from their last close.
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats told members of the powerful Senate Armed Services Committee during a Congressional hearing on Worldwide threats yesterday that China viewed a strong military as a "critical element" in advancing its interest.
"The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is closely monitoring the situation at Manchester Arena in the United Kingdom," an official statement here said.
When asked about the US' stand on the case of Jadhav, a former Indian Navy officer who is facing the death penalty in Pakistan, the official said, "We encourage India and Pakistan to engage in direct dialogue aimed at reducing tension."
An initiative of the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the online web portal the 'Engaging Indian States,' was launched by Griffin Thompson, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Transformation and Richard Rossow, senior adviser and Wadhwani Chair in the US-India Policy Studies.
"Islamabad has failed to curb militants and terrorists in Pakistan," Daniel Coats, Director of National Intelligence told members of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence during a Congressional hearing on Worldwide threats.
The Labor Department said on Wednesday that import prices jumped 0.5 percent last month after gaining 0.1 percent in March. It was the fifth straight monthly increase and beat economists' expectations for a 0.2 percent advance.
Jagjeet Singh, who hailed from Punjab's Kapurthala city, reportedly had an altercation with one of the customers who came to buy cigarettes on Friday, FOX40 reported.
The State Department on Thursday issued a notification publishing some of the questions that the US State Department wants to ask from US visa applicants. including social media details and travel history.
Nonfarm payrolls jumped by 211,000 jobs last month, the Labor Department said on Friday, well above the monthly average of 185,000 for this year and a jump from the gain of 79,000 in March.
Head Hunters India Founder-Chairman and Managing Director K Lakshmikanth also said local hiring in the US was very costly and would lead to offshore job cuts in India.
"The US Pacific Command detected what we assess was a North Korean missile launch at 10:33 AM Hawaii time, April 28. The ballistic missile launch occurred near the Pukchang airfield," Dave Benham, United States Pacific Command spokesman, said in a statement.
With the US becoming a 15 percent corporate tax nation, PM Modi will find hard to stop an out flux of India’s new generation of tech startups towards the Trump land
The skeletal outline of a tax package unveiled at the White House in a single-page statement filled with bullet points, was less a plan than a wish list.
The US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley discussed with her Indian counterpart Syed Akbaruddin the economic and anti-corruption reforms undertaken by India to spur growth and measures to strengthen Indo-US partnership at the world body.
Qatar Airways CEO Akbar al-Baker said uncertainty about travel to the United States is "affecting the business, but to a very small extent."
The industry body said that the high number of H-1B allotments to Indians was 'a testimony to the high skill levels of Indian-origin professionals', especially in the very coveted STEM skills category
The move by Trump administration is likely to create more jobs in India as offshoring of work is likely to increase. Companies will no longer be able to replace American workers with cheap foreign labour for IT projects
"The two sides discussed a range of bilateral and regional issues, including their shared interest in increasing defence and counter-terrorism cooperation," the US embassy said in a press statement after the meetings here.
The parent company of Amazon India, now sells over 40 million products from India in different categories like textiles, leather and organic products.
The ayurvedic treatment provider currently has 35 centres in 10 countries besides India.