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Joe Biden, Vladimir Putin set video call Tuesday as Ukraine tensions grow
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Joe Biden, Vladimir Putin set video call Tuesday as Ukraine tensions grow

The tension between United States and Russia has escalated over a Russian troop buildup on the Ukrainian border that's seen as a sign of a potential invasion.

Joe Biden opens winter battle against COVID-19 as US braces for new threat against Omicron
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Joe Biden opens winter battle against COVID-19 as US braces for new threat against Omicron

Nine cases of the new strain have so far been confirmed in the United States, including five in New York announced Thursday evening by state Governor Kathy Hochul, and one in the Pacific island state of Hawaii

'Trying to drive Australia to its knees': US' top pacific envoy accuses China of economic warfare
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'Trying to drive Australia to its knees': US' top pacific envoy accuses China of economic warfare

The Biden administration has embraced a policy of 'strategic competition' with China, acknowledging rivalry between the two powers but maintaining ties so conflicts do not spiral out of hand

Amid signs of Cold War 2.0, China ups ante to be recognised as world's pre-eminent power
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Amid signs of Cold War 2.0, China ups ante to be recognised as world's pre-eminent power

That Joe Biden needed more time to fix the domestic situation in the US is clearly exploited by Xi Jinping, who is trying to gain more strength in the South China Sea, Taiwan Straits and other areas of the Indo-Pacific

Expand DACA threshold criteria to include documented dreamers, say US lawmakers
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Expand DACA threshold criteria to include documented dreamers, say US lawmakers

Congresswoman Deborah Ross- and Senator Alex Padilla-led 49 House and Senate members have urged the DHS to extend eligibility to the 2,00,000 documented dreamers under DACA

Michigan school shooting: Three dead, eight wounded in Oxford after 15 year-old opens fire
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Michigan school shooting: Three dead, eight wounded in Oxford after 15 year-old opens fire

It was the deadliest school shooting so far this year, according to Everytown For Gun Safety, a group which keeps statistics of mass shootings and lobbies for gun control

Omicron COVID-19 variant is a cause for concern, not panic: US President Joe Biden tells Americans
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Omicron COVID-19 variant is a cause for concern, not panic: US President Joe Biden tells Americans

When omicron arrives, and it will, Biden said, America will “face this new threat just as we’ve faced those that have come before it.”

'Geopolitical games': Furious China slams US for inviting Taiwan to Joe Biden's Summit for Democracy
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'Geopolitical games': Furious China slams US for inviting Taiwan to Joe Biden's Summit for Democracy

China for some time has been attacking the democracy summit, saying that the US cannot hold a patent for it and the event is aimed at dividing the world

US makes COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for all border crossers like truck drivers, govt officials from 22 January
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US makes COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for all border crossers like truck drivers, govt officials from 22 January

Essential travellers entering by ferry will also be required to be fully vaccinated by the same date

Biden’s democracy summit: What it aims to achieve and why China isn’t invited
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Biden’s democracy summit: What it aims to achieve and why China isn’t invited

While Taiwan is invited for the summit, China isn’t — a move likely to irk Beijing.

Pakistan’s new US envoy Masood Khan is terrorism’s newest errand boy in diplomacy
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Pakistan’s new US envoy Masood Khan is terrorism’s newest errand boy in diplomacy

Masood Khan has repeatedly advocated “holy war” against India, resisted sanctions against Hizbul head Syed Salahuddin, shared stage with Harkat-ul-Mujahideen founder Fazlur Rehman Khalil

Joe Biden invites around 110 countries to virtual summit on democracy; China, Turkey missing from list
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Joe Biden invites around 110 countries to virtual summit on democracy; China, Turkey missing from list

The United States has invited Taiwan for the meet — a move that risks angering Beijing

Joe Biden picks Jerome Powell for second term as Fed chair; stocks move higher
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Joe Biden picks Jerome Powell for second term as Fed chair; stocks move higher

Biden said he will fill the three remaining slots on the board, including a vice chair for supervision, a bank regulatory post, in early December

Politicising sports is against Olympic spirit, harms interests of athletes: China on US boycott of Winter Games
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Politicising sports is against Olympic spirit, harms interests of athletes: China on US boycott of Winter Games

As Biden deliberates of skipping Beijing Olympics, China says 'Politicising Sports' hurts the spirit making the games a political flashpoint

Data indicates strong rebound in India-US bilateral trade in 2021: US official
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Data indicates strong rebound in India-US bilateral trade in 2021: US official

Regarding bilateral trade, United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai will travel to New Delhi on November 22 to meet with her counterpart, Minister of Commerce and Industry Piyush Goyal

Joe Biden-Xi Jinping summit: Good beginning, but virtual outcome
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Joe Biden-Xi Jinping summit: Good beginning, but virtual outcome

The meeting turned out to be just a conversation between ‘old friends’ over their critical differences over strategic, economic and political developments in recent years

'Playing with fire': Xi Jinping warns Joe Biden over Taiwan at lengthy virtual summit
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'Playing with fire': Xi Jinping warns Joe Biden over Taiwan at lengthy virtual summit

While the goal was to settle an increasingly volatile relationship between the giant economic and geopolitical competitors, tension over Taiwan, a self-governing democracy claimed by China, loomed large

US is overhauling ageing infra, adding two billion jobs a year; here's how
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US is overhauling ageing infra, adding two billion jobs a year; here's how

President Biden has signed into law a roughly $1 trillion infrastructure package, which includes about $550 billion above projected federal spending on roads, bridges, expanded broadband access and more.

COVID-19: Number of Indians studying in US dipped by nearly 13% in 2020-21, says report
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COVID-19: Number of Indians studying in US dipped by nearly 13% in 2020-21, says report

The US welcomed over 914,000 international students in the 2020-2021 academic year of which Indian students comprised nearly 20 percent

Joe Biden and Xi Jinping meet virtually amid mounting tensions in US-China ties
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Joe Biden and Xi Jinping meet virtually amid mounting tensions in US-China ties

Xi greeted the US president as his “old friend” and echoed Biden’s cordial tone in his own opening remarks, saying, “China and the United States need to increase communication and cooperation.”