US Congress Approves Stopgap Spending Bill to Avert Government Shutdown Before Deadline
This bill extends funding for various agencies and programs, maintaining current levels until January 19, 2024, while extending support for others through February 2, 2024.
Biden Names Indian-American Shakuntla Bhaya to Prominent Role
The ACUS operates as an independent federal agency that convenes experts from both public and private sectors to propose enhancements to administrative processes and procedures.
France Seeks Arrest of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad
This groundbreaking move marks the first instance of a nation seeking the arrest of a sitting head of state in another country for crimes against humanity.
Sikh Restaurateur in Australia Subjected to Racial Abuse: Told to 'Go Home Indian'
Singh expressed his mounting distress to ABC News, highlighting the mental strain resulting from the targeted acts, particularly when his name was explicitly mentioned.
Church of England Supports Services for Gay Couples
While the Church officially defines marriage as exclusively between a man and a woman, a recent amendment in the General Synod, the Church's legislative body, passed by a narrow margin, paving the way for distinctive blessing services specifically tailored for gay couples.
Texas Governor Anticipated to Endorse Trump for the 2024 Presidential Polls
Speculations suggest that Abbott may announce this endorsement during Trump's scheduled visit to McAllen, a border city, on November 19. This anticipated announcement could signifi
Arrest Warrant Issued for Woman Who Threw Hot Coffee at Indian-American Man and Son
Prashar, who shared the update on a social media platform, mentioned that the New York Police Department (NYPD) had identified the woman and issued an arrest warrant for her.
Israeli Defence Minister Advocates Military Pressure for Hostage Release from Hamas
Throughout the conflict, Hamas has released four civilian hostages, with Israeli forces successfully rescuing a female soldier. Gallant confirmed the commitment to ongoing attacks on the terrorist group and the destruction of its command centres.
‘Vital miscalculations can cause real trouble’: President Biden after his summit talks with Xi Jinping
For over four hours, Biden and Xi engaged in discussions across various settings, including an expanded bilateral meeting, a leisurely lunch, and a stroll through the mansion's garden. Seated across a long table with their respective delegations, the leaders emphasized the mutual interest in avoiding confrontation and prioritizing cooperation.
Jaishankar seeks evidence on Nijjar killing, says ‘we are not ruling out investigation’
During a conversation with veteran journalist Lionel Barber titled ‘How a Billion People See the World,' Jaishankar expressed the need for Canada to present evidence supporting its claims before proceeding with any inquiry.