Tag: USA

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  • ‘India needs more women judges’ – The Saturday Interview

    ‘India needs more women judges’ – The Saturday Interview

    In the US, the states’ constitution can give greater rights than those given by the federal constitution.

    October 19, 2019
  • Diljit Dosanjh faces flak for accepting Pakistani invite, delays Houston show

    Diljit Dosanjh faces flak for accepting Pakistani invite, delays Houston show

    After the news and controversy came to light, Diljit Dosanjh on Wednesday released a public statement on Twitter announcing the delay of his Houston show.

    September 11, 2019
  • President Trump, FIFA chief discuss how to make women’s football ‘more equitable’

    President Trump, FIFA chief discuss how to make women’s football ‘more equitable’

    The United States Women’s National Team won the FIFA Women’s World Cup earlier this year and following their historic win, the discussion has quickly turned towards equal pay with the men’s team.

    September 10, 2019
  • In a first, US to host ODI on 13 September

    In a first, US to host ODI on 13 September

    With teams two steps away from qualifying for the 2023 edition of the World Cup, there is a great deal at stake in this series.

    September 10, 2019
  • US-China trade war may escalate further: Moody’s

    US-China trade war may escalate further: Moody’s

    "Of the three plausible scenarios for US-China trade tensions, the risk of a 'hardened stance' scenario has increased," Moody's said

    September 4, 2019
  • Clinic Robotic Surgery Association comes calling to India

    Clinic Robotic Surgery Association comes calling to India

    The inaugural meeting of CRSA India will see leading surgeons from all over the country and abroad come together and share their knowledge and wisdom in the field of robotic surgery.

    August 24, 2019
  • Torpid economy

    Torpid economy

    Another round of reforms is now needed to address issues that have damaged our economy in the new millennium. A piecemeal approach has been the bane of the economy in the recent past. Catchphrases like 'privatisation', 'kickstart', 'race to the third spot', 'five trillion-dollar economy' are good rallying cries but provide little help in dealing with concrete economic problems.

    August 23, 2019
  • Cycle of climate~I

    Cycle of climate~I

    The water level of the oceans has increased enormously in forty years (1970 to 2010). From the normal water level in 1970, it has increased by 100 mm, a huge figure in the global scale! Carbon dioxide emission and GDP per capita have a direct correlation. The USA is at the top of the chart and India is at the bottom. But ironically India will suffer a lot more from the effects of climate change rather than the USA, which is taking corrective steps but will still remain at the top of the chart. India, much too busy with her politics, is still under a spell of slumber.

    August 21, 2019
  • Craze for offshore degree

    Craze for offshore degree

    The saner approach is to improve the standard of education at home in cooperation with foreign academics, if necessary, on short term contracts. Private initiatives in education should be more liberally encouraged. The upshot of this approach will be that foreign degrees will lose their glamour. However, they must ensure that their students get rid of the inferiority complex.

    August 11, 2019
  • FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019: USA into final as Houghton penalty miss costs England dear

    FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019: USA into final as Houghton penalty miss costs England dear

    On her 30th birthday, USA co-captain Morgan headed home her sixth goal of the Women's World Cup just after the half-hour mark in this last-four showdown to put her team back in front after Ellen White had cancelled out Christen Press's early opener.

    July 3, 2019
  • ITBP team retrieves seven bodies of climbers from Nanda Devi

    ITBP team retrieves seven bodies of climbers from Nanda Devi

    The seven bodies recovered so far are presently at a temporary camp located at an altitude of 17,800 feet, and the process of ferrying them to camp-2 will start soon.

    June 24, 2019
  • The Iran Imbroglio~II

    The Iran Imbroglio~II

    The USA believes that economic pressure would topple the regime of the mullahs without realizing that it would only fortify their stranglehold. The mullahs are not scared of war, chaos or mayhem; all these will ultimately help reinforce their grip on power. This is precisely what Mr Rouhani has all along been fighting against.

    June 19, 2019
  • Rampage on the beach

    Rampage on the beach

    The gun industry was always a mortal enterprise; its excesses are reaching ordinary Americans in increasing numbers.

    June 7, 2019
  • Different shades of democracy

    Different shades of democracy

    The list of Prime Ministers who had to resign despite having a majority in the house, is a fairly lengthy one, indicating the strength of a parliamentary democracy.

    June 2, 2019
  • Cyber vulnerabilities must be viewed in context

    Cyber vulnerabilities must be viewed in context

    Reportedly, New Zealand and Australia have also denied a foothold to this Chinese company, while at the same time it is also facing proceedings in a federal court of law at New York.

    May 8, 2019
  • Sonali Loomba — going beyond cultural barriers with Kathak

    Sonali Loomba — going beyond cultural barriers with Kathak

    Sonali Loomba started the very first Kathak School in Utah, Salt Lake City, in 2016. She calls it ‘Kaladharaa Dance School’

    April 20, 2019
  • Energy for Renewal

    Energy for Renewal

    It hardly needs to be emphasised that water is a scarce and endangered resource with both rivers and groundwater in India running dry. Thus most atomic power stations are located near the sea, changing the ecology of the shoreline and also driving away fishermen.

    April 1, 2019