Trump hints at consequences for China's misinformation on COVID-19
US President Donald Trump has hinted that there would be consequences for China's alleged misinformation to the international community and the WHO on Covid-19, that originated from its Wuhan city last year, and has claimed 119,666 lives with nearly two million infections globally.
Signs missed and steps slowed in Donald Trump's pandemic response
Life-saving medical equipment was not stockpiled. Travel largely continued ...
Top US senators slam China's 'unwarranted armed' aggression against India
"I spoke to Amb Sandhu to express our solidarity with the people of...
China's actions in Ladakh part of large-scale military provocations against neighbours: US lawmaker
Congressman Ted Yoho said that now is the time for the world to come together and tell China that enough is enough. The Indian and Chinese militaries are engaged in a border standoff in Pangong Tso, Galwan Valley, Demchok and Daulat Beg Oldie in eastern Ladakh.
Trump grateful for Indian-Americans' support: White House
During his more than three and half years of his presidency, Trump has made an extra effort to reach out to the Indian-American community. His close relationship with Prime Minister Narendra Modi – reflected in the two leaders jointly addressing massive public rallies in Houston and Ahmedabad.
How Coronavirus is shaking up the moral universe
The epidemic forces everyone to confront deep questions of human existence, questions so profound that they have previously been answered, in many different ways, by the greatest philosophers. What is right and what is wrong? What can individuals expect from society, and what can society expect of them? Should others make sacrifices for me, and vice versa? Is it just to set economic limits to fighting a deadly disease?
Indian-American entrepreneur Krishna Bansal to run for Congress
Bansal, who will enter the race from 11th Congressional District of Illinois from the Republican Party, launched his campaign over the weekend, which among others was attended by more than 20 elected officials, eminent Indian-American leaders and community members of his constituency.
US Senators proposes bill to clamp down on World Bank lending to China
Three Republican Senators have tabled a legislation in the US Senate to prevent World Bank from lending to China on projects that would be used against religious and ethnic minorities.
US Senate passes $2-trillion coronavirus rescue plan; sends bill to House
The unanimous Senate vote late Wednesday came despite misgivings on both sides about whether it goes too far or not far enough and capped days of difficult negotiations as Washington confronted a national challenge unlike it has ever faced.
WHO 'very much' sided with China on coronavirus: Donald Trump
US President Trump has said that the World Health Organization has "very much" sided with China on coronavirus crisis, asserting that many people are unhappy with the global health agency and feel that "it's been very unfair".
Donald Trump signs $2.2 tn stimulus after swift congressional votes
President Donald Trump signed an unprecedented $2.2 trillion economic rescue package into law after swift and near-unanimous action by Congress to support businesses, rush resources to overburdened health care providers and help struggling families during the deepening coronavirus epidemic.
Indian-American Congressional aspirants defeated in primary elections
6 Indian-Americans including two women aspiring to enter the House of Representatives have lost their respective primary elections in the US States.
Indian-American Raja Krishnamoorthi wins Congressional primary
Highly popular in his constituency, he swept the Democratic Congressional primary with 80 per cent of the votes. William Olson finished a distant second with just 13 per cent of the votes.
Facebook, Twitter, Google executives to testify in US Senate on September 5
The committee has been looking into the issue for months, but concern heightened on Tuesday, when Facebook said it had identified a new coordinated political influence campaign to mislead its users.
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