India welcomes Tillerson’s remarks on US-India ties

India on Friday welcomed US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s remarks on US-India ties in which he said that Washington and New Delhi were committed to build an ambitious partnership. “Secretary Tillerson has made a significant policy statement on India-US relations and its future,” External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar …

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Not just one Harvey Weinstein: Priyanka Chopra

Actress Priyanka Chopra says people like controversial Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein are present across the world. Priyanka slammed Weinstein and spoke about women empowerment at the 2017 Marie Claire Power Trip earlier this week, reports marieclaire.com. Asked whether there’s a Harvey Weinstein in India, Priyanka said: “I don’t think there …

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US Senate passes $4tn budget blueprint

The US Senate has approved a multi-trillion dollar budget that President Donald Trump has called a “first step towards massive tax cuts”. The Senate on Thursday voted 51-49 to pass the budget resolution, a blueprint of trillions of dollars in federal spending over the next decade. It is being seen …

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Nearly 58% of Rohingya refugees are kids

Nearly fifty-eight per cent of the about 600,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are children who suffer from severe malnutrition, a UN report released said. The UN Children’s Fund (Unicef) report also said that these children were highly exposed to infectious diseases, Efe news reported. “In a sense it’s no surprise …

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Samsung heir’s imprisonment is tragedy: CEO

The CEO of Samsung Electronics has said that the imprisonment of the tech giant’s heir Lee Jae-yong was a “tragedy” for the company’s future management. Kwon Oh-hyun, CEO and Vice President of Samsung Electronics, who announced earlier in October that he would resign in March 2018, said that although the …

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Keep an eye on him: Clinton on Putin

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has warned that Russian President Vladimir Putin still poses a significant threat to Washington, the media reported. “Keep an eye on him, because he’s not done,” Clinton told CNN in an interview on Sunday. Clinton cited the intelligence community’s assessment in January that …

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