Why Infosys Will Hire More In US Even After Trump Exit

Infosys Ltd. will accelerate hiring in the U.S. and Europe, after Trump-era immigration curbs forced the Asian tech-services giant and its rivals to overhaul their traditional reliance on serving… Read More | Source: NDTV News…

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First official public contact between Narendra Modi and Joe Biden governments; here`s what they spoke about

The first official contact between India and the US comes a few days after the US Senate confirmed Austin as the US Defence Secretary. He is the first black US Defence Secretary. Austin has so far spoken to his counterparts from Britain, Canada, Australia, South Korea, Japan, UK, Nato chief…

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Biden signs executive actions addressing climate crisis

President Joe Biden signed a raft of executive actions on climate change while comparing the crisis to the coronavirus pandemic. CNN’s Kaitlan Collins reports the executive actions will integrate climate change into virtually every level of the federal government.

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Rajnath Singh speaks to US counterpart Lloyd Austin, reiterates committment to deepen defence ties

Rajnath Singh speaks to US counterpart Lloyd Austin, reiterates committment to deepen defence ties …

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Rajnath Singh speaks to US Defence Secretary Austin; discusses regional and global issues

In the first high-level engagement between the Modi government and the Joe Biden administration, US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin spoke to Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday and exchanged views on pressing regional and global issues including developments in the Indo-Pacific. …

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Coronavirus: 100 million Covid-19 cases worldwide

More than 100 million Covid-19 cases have now been recorded worldwide, according to an AFP tally on Tuesday, as newly-inaugurated President Joe Biden pledged to ramp up the United States’s struggling vaccine program. The number of cases, as per data from health agencies, represents just a fraction of the…

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Biden, in first call with Putin, presses on Navalny, treaty

President Joe Biden had his first call with Vladimir Putin on Tuesday, the White House and Kremlin said. US officials said Biden raised concerns about the arrest of opposition figure Alexei Navalny while pressing the Russian president on his nation’s involvement in a massive cyberespionage campaign and bounties on American…

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Over 150 Charged With Federal Crimes For January 6 Attack On US Capitol

More than 150 people have been charged with federal crimes so far over the January 6 rampage at the US Capitol by supporters of then president Donald Trump, the Justice Department said Tuesday. Read More | Source: NDTV News…

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