Although NASA doesn’t specifically recommends anyone to choose a field of study to become an astronaut but it lists out the qualifying degree field for the job
A US official delegation will hold discussions with Indian counterparts here on September 20 on issues related to agriculture, trade, investment promotion and intellectual property, a commerce ministry official said.
Obama was seen as an ardent critique of rich banking and financial institutions during his tenure at the Oval Office
Hafiz Saeed carries a $10 million American bounty on his head for his role in terror activities
The company's press release stated, "The Company’s operations outside of the U.S. and Canada, including its approximately 255 licensed stores and joint venture partnership in Asia, which are separate entities, are not part of the Chapter 11 filing and CCAA proceedings."
Study found that many of the larger species are being killed and consumed by humans, and about 90 percent of all threatened species larger than one kilogramme in size are being threatened by harvesting.
This amount equals nearly USD 189,000 (157,000 euros) for each of the 5.3 million people living in Norway.
Thailand welcomed 3.13 million tourists in August, a record for the low season month, and there's no sign that the strong baht is hurting an industry that's been a rare bright spot for the economy.
European companies suffer from "promise fatigue" over China's failure to follow through on pledges to open its market, the EU Chamber of Commerce in China said.
Pyongyang is said to have clandestinely received nuclear enrichment technology from Pakistan when AQ Khan was at the helm of Islamabad's nuclear programme.
Facebook in response said that they "work hard to strike the right balance between enabling expression while providing a safe and respectful experience"
"I'm going to be joining Twitter and become a part of #theflock to work with the fantastic product team there," Krishnan tweeted.
Creditors chose CBS at a vote in Sydney after the U.S. company sweetened its offer by A$8.6 million late on Monday, following a counter-offer from Murdoch, son of Rupert Murdoch, and his business partner Bruce Gordon.
Glenmark Pharmaceuticals on Tuesday said it has received approval from the US health regulator to market Desonide Ointment, used to treat skin problems, in the American market.
Gen Bajwa was responding to questions by members of defence committees of the National Assembly and Senate
Qatar-based media network Al Jazeera lashed Snap, the tech company behind Snapchat, for removing its news outlet from its Discover Publisher Channels in Saudi Arabia.
British economy is likely to grow more slowly than its peers in the Group of Seven until the middle of next year largely because of uncertainties related to the country's exit from the European Union.
Despite numerous complaints lodged by Hindu groups across Australia and globe, the Advertising Standards Bureau's (ASB) Board said the advertisement was inclusive
Despite North Korea's increasing isolation as it continues to violate international sanctions, the impoverished state still has 49 overseas missions, and diplomatic relations with 160 countries, according to South Korea's Unification Ministry.
Islands in the Caribbean still reeling from mega-storm Irma braced for a fresh battering on Tuesday as Hurricane Maria approached, wielding potentially lethal force.
The Reuters Corporate survey showed 64 percent of Japanese companies thought the US economy would keep growing at around its current pace while another 19 percent saw it expanding further. Just 17 percent saw growth peaking out or slowing.
The US has resumed fast processing of H-1B work visas in all categories subject to Congress-mandated limit, five months after it was suspended temporarily to handle the huge rush of applications for the work visas.
The tech giant's stock does not show steep rises immediately after its product launches.
India has extended its support to US President Donald Trump's efforts to reform the UN, saying it should include the expansion of the world body's permanent and non-permanent members to keep pace with the changed times.
Aung San Suu Kyi said today she "feels deeply" for the suffering of "all people" caught up in conflict scorching through Rakhine state, her first comments on a crisis that also mentioned Muslims displaced by violence.