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Joe Biden’s Mumbai connection, forefathers stayed back in India

Joe Biden’s Mumbai connection, forefathers stayed back in India

Washington: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in the United states for the first ever in-person meet with President Joe Biden, the two sat down for important talks about the Indo-Pacific region on Friday but before going official the two leaders caught up on the US president’s own family ties

PM Modi raises issue of H-1B visas with US Prez Joe Biden: Shringla

PM Modi raises issue of H-1B visas with US Prez Joe Biden: Shringla

Washington: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his 5-day visit to US and in his first-ever in-person meeting with President Joe Biden raised a number of issues involving the Indian community in America, including access for Indian professionals in the US and speaking about the H-1B visas, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan

It’s Indo-Pacific in Quad, Afghanistan a priority in UNGA

It’s Indo-Pacific in Quad, Afghanistan a priority in UNGA

Quad summit that is scheduled to be held on September 24 under the chairmanship of US president Joe Biden in Washington will host a number of issues among which Indo-Pacific and Climate Change and Justice will be the priority while Afghanistan and terrorism will be the flavour of the UNGA

US putting pressure on India to restart Covid-19 vaccine exports: Report

US putting pressure on India to restart Covid-19 vaccine exports: Report

New Delhi: The US is quite pursuing India to restart Covid-19 vaccine exports, as for America vaccinating as soon as possible is crucial because the uncontrolled spread of the virus inevitably produces more dangerous variants, as per reports. The Biden administration is reportedly planning to offer a higher-profile role for

PM Modi to attend the first in-person ‘Quad Summit’ hosted by US Prez Biden

PM Modi to attend the first in-person ‘Quad Summit’ hosted by US Prez Biden

Washington: US President Joe Biden would host the first-ever in-person Quad summit at the White House on September 24, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia and Japanese premier Yoshihide Suga, the White House announced on Monday. “The Leaders will review progress made since their first