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Jun 06, 2019
Women's Prize 2019: Tayari Jones wins literary award for her novel, An American MarriageTayari Jones' An American Marriage centers on a successful African-American couple in Atlanta whose marriage is tested when the husband is imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit
Dec 03, 2018
Maharashtra farmer gets Rs 1,064 for 750 kg of onion; donates earnings to PM Relief Fund in protestThe money order was sent on 29 November from the Niphad office of India Post. It was addressed to "Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India".
Nov 21, 2018
Oil prices aren't determined by a triumvirate alone: Here are some more from West Asia to South America to Africa who also call the shotsOil is a complex tradable commodity and involves a whole lot of catalysts which influence its price.
May 19, 2018
Decision on H-4 visas holders not final until rulemaking process is completed: US Immigration ServicesNo decision about H-4 visas is final until the rulemaking process is completed, a senior US official has said.
Jan 11, 2018
GIA poll: Modi ranks third after Merkel, Macron in global ratings of top world leaders; best ever rank for an Indian PMA survey on global ratings of top 10 world leaders has revealed that the favourability of Narendra Modi and Vladimir Putin has increased significantly.
Jan 08, 2018
Donald Trump's first year as US president a mixed bag; not much to gloat about but not an unmitigated disaster eitherAll in all, one must grant it to Donald Trump that his first year has been a mixed bag and not an unmitigated disaster or something to gloat about.
Dec 27, 2017
Obama warns against the misuse of social media which he believes is fostering divisions in societyObama warned that the internet risked reinforcing people's prejudices and leading to a fractured society.
Nov 28, 2017
Global Entrepreneurship Summit updates: Hyderabad welcomes Ivanka as Narendra Modi stresses on need for more women as biz leadersThe delegates include about 400 each from India and the US and the remaining from rest of the world.
Nov 03, 2017
Despite tough talk, Donald Trump follows Barrack Obama's cues on trials for terror suspectsSo far, Donald Trump has treated terror suspects just as Barrack Obama did, passing on Guantanamo in favour of having his own Justice Department.
Oct 12, 2017
Apple, Microsoft, Google and other tech companies urge US court to address protection of LGBT employees within the lawGay rights is the latest issue to cause a rift between the business community and the Trump administration. A group of 76 companies submitted a brief to the court saying a split among lower courts on that question had created uncertainty for employers and gay workers.