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Modi govt pursuing bold strategies for universal Internet access by 2022: Ajit Pai
Pai said he is looking forward to working with Indian and American business communities in the days ahead.
It is time to re-orient the World Bank
A new World Bank leadership can provide it with the impetus needed to face new global realities
What US could learn from India's new tax on share buybacks
India this month imposed a levy on its companies’ share purchases.
IIT Delhi students to be mentored by Washington University
They will even be able to lead groundbreaking research projects and prepare for the broader world, it added.
Virgin Galactic spacecraft sets new speed, altitude record
Spaceship VSS Unity -- the fifth Virgin Galactic supersonic rocket powered test flight -- also carried research payloads from the NASA.
Aiming to avoid workplace stress in the new year? Keeping small plants at your office desk can help
Plants have a calming effect that can help reduce anxiety.
Marvel Universe to get a gay character; Russo brothers say fans already know the person
Last year, Marvel Studios President said that two gay characters will be introduced.
Is China buying US soy? Washington shutdown keeps traders guessing
The USDA has issued announcements of grain and soybean sales over 100,000 tonnes since 1977.
Feeling lonely and depressed? Your Facebook posts can predict mental health status
Words like 'tears', 'feelings', 'I' and 'me' indicate loneliness and hostility.
Hindu temple vandalised in US in hate crime
Condemning the incident of vandalism, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer called upon the city residents to stand up against this hatred.
Programme launched to connect Indian descent high school students to homeland
Eight high school students will receive fully funded scholarships from Indiaspora to participate in the program with the theme "India' History, Culture, Diversity, & Democracy".
Revealed: Why people continue staying in unhappy, unsatisfying relationships
People don't end relationships because they think it would be bad for their partners.
Finding it difficult to lose weight? New smartphone app can help you get in shape
The behaviour-modifying app, when integrated with health system resources, can help obese patients.
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