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Pramila Jayapal eyes Washington State Senate

Pramila Jayapal eyes Washington State Senate

Pramila Jayapal, founder and former executive director of One America -- the largest immigrant advocacy organisation in WashingtonState -- is running for State Senate from the 37th District. She has won early endorsements from well-known political, business and community leaders, including retiring incumbent Representative Adam Kline, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and former King County Executive Ron Sims. Jayapal, 48, an outspoken advocate on issues related to immigration, women’s rights and ..., 2 months ago

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Indian ambassador visits Microsoft, Starbucks office in California

Indian Ambassador to United States S Jaishankar listened to the concerns raised by Indian Americans during his first visit West Coast. He also visited leading corporations like Boeing, Microsoft, Amazon, and Starbucks during his trip. Ritu Jha reports. Dual citizenship, postal ballots and delay in visa processing were some of the issues raised by the Indian-American community to Indian Ambassador to the United States Dr S Jaishankar on his first visit to Seattle, Washington, on May 5 and 6. ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Congressman mistakes U.S. officials for Indian diplomats  The Hindu4 hours ago Indian students from US write to Pranab against Assam violence  Rediff.com1 month ago US's Modi pitch: Top diplomat in India next week  Rediff.com1 month ago

Indian American community divided over PM Modi`s visit to US

Washington/New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's upcoming monumental first visit to the United States got embroiled in controversy after a section of the Indian American community tried to overshadow others in planning and taking credit for the ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago Indian-Americans want to aid infrastructure  Smart Investor6 days ago What Modi can expect in US during his September visit  Rediff.com2 weeks ago 'Modi will give economic growth a priority'  Rediff.com2 months ago

US sends another 300 military personnel to Iraq

The United States has deployed an additional 300 military personnel to violence-hit Iraq to augment the security of American embassy in Baghdad, its support facilities and the Baghdad International Airport. "In light of the security situation in Baghdad, I have ordered up to approximately 200 additional US Armed Forces personnel to Iraq to reinforce security at the US embassy, its support facilities, and Baghdad International Airport," President Barack Obama informed the Congressional leaders.
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

800 interviewed on student visa day at US embassy

The US embassy here Thursday organised a "student visa day" and around 800 applicants aspiring to study in America were interviewed. Dressed in attires sporting US university logos, the embassy staff interviewed students applying for visas to pursue higher ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

IN PHOTOS: Obama's surprise visit to Afghanistan to thank troops

United States President Barack Obama on Monday made a surprise visit to Afghanistan to thank American troops and civilians for their service ahead of the final pullout of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation troops from the war-torn country.Obama's arrival at the Bagaram air force base is his first trip to Afghanistan in two years and the fourth in total and is, according to a presidential aide, to thank American troops and civilians for their service."It is an important moment in Afghanistan.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
New Age Bangladesh

Putting the fear of God

The Islamic State, earlier known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), is not an organisation that is easy to leave. We met a man who had, and he was terrified of the consequences. The brutality of the ISIS terrifies everyone, he said. My ...
 The Week4 days ago ISIS: yes, Mr Blair, you did build this  New Age Bangladesh1 day ago Islamic State bombs and executes its way to Baghdad  The Week UK3 days ago

More Than 1 in 10 American Teachers Rely on Second Jobs

Teachers in the United States,even when they have years of experience, are paid less and more slowly thaninmany other countries so much so that at least 10 percent in every state have an additional job outside the school system, according to a new ...
 US News & World Report2 days ago

Ex-world trade boss critical of TPP

The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a step backwards to the days before the World Trade Organisation when the the United States and Europe controlled the global trading system to the detriment of developing economies, says a former WTO director-general ...
 MSN New Zealand5 days ago TPP risks a weaker global trading system, says ex-WTO head  Yahoo! Xtra Business5 days ago TPP risks weaker world trade system - ex WTO boss  New Zealand Herald5 days ago
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Chevron, Proof of Delta's Investment Safety, Says Uduaghan

Chevron logo By Omon-Julius Onabu The productive relationship between the Delta a State Government and American oil giant, Chevron, bears eloquent testimony to the fact Delta State was peaceful and remained the haven of investors in Nigeria. ...
 This Day Online3 hours ago
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