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Two more Indian-American women in Biden administration

Two more Indian-American women in Biden administration

April 18, 2021

On April 14, 2021, Joe Biden announced his intent to nominate 10 members of his administration to key positions in agencies like the Department of the Interior, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Transportation, and Department of Energy. They include Meera Joshi and R...

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With US back in, time for fresh start for Paris Agreement

With US back in, time for fresh start for Paris Agreement

January 22, 2021

True to his campaign promise, within hours of taking office, the newly elected President of the United States, Joe Biden, annulled his predecessor Donald Trump’s decision on June 2017 to exit the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, paving way for the world’s largest economy an...

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Course corrections in United States policies for President-Elect Joe Biden

Course corrections in United States policies for President-Elect Joe Biden

November 8, 2020

the President-Elect of United States Joe Biden said he would immediately reverse the ban on travel from 13-odd Muslim majority nations

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Suffrage centennial but wait for a female US President goes on

Suffrage centennial but wait for a female US President goes on

August 26, 2020

August 26, 2020 marks a century of voting rights for women in the United States. Yet, unlike many other developed or even developing countries, the US is yet to elect a woman as its President or even vice president. While the likelihood of getting a female vice president is still...

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Indian diaspora to play key role in US elections 2020

Indian diaspora to play key role in US elections 2020

August 2, 2020

Indian diaspora in US accounts for over 1.5 million registered voters. Little wonder then that both the Republicans and Democrats are wooing Indian Americans for November’s Presidential elections. In September last year, when over 50,000 Indians gathered for the hyped up Howdy ...

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