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US Court Dismisses Plea Filed By Nirav Modi, Associates

The allegations were made by Richard Levin, the court appointed trustee of three US corporations--Firestar Diamond, Fantasy Inc and A Jaffe--indirectly owned by Nirav Modi previously.

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US Has Huge Investment Surplus That Can Be Used In India's Infra Sector: Piyush Goyal

India can provide trained paramedical staff, IT professionals, textiles, leather, gems and jewellery as these sectors hold tremendous potential in America

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US Looking For Responsible Competition With China, Says White House

We're not looking for a conflict with China; we're looking for a competition, and we want to do that in a responsible way,

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India, US On Same Page On Many Issues Relating To Afghanistan: Jaishankar

Jaishankar said the most pertinent questions relating to Afghanistan are whether it will have an inclusive government and whether the rights of women, children and minorities are going to be ensured.

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PM Modi, US President Biden Discuss Indo-Pacific, Climate And COVID In First Bilateral Meet

Prime Minister Modi, who is visiting the US for the 7th time after assuming office in 2014, described Friday's bilateral summit with Biden as "important" as they're meeting at the start of the third decade of this century.

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Biden Jokes About Possible India Connection In Meeting With Prime Minister Modi

Recalling the incident when he was in Mumbai as the US vice president in 2013, Biden said that he was asked about if he has any relatives in India.

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Quad Leaders Pledge To Work Together For Peace And Prosperity In Indo-Pacific Region

Modi was the first leader invited by host President Joe Biden to address the first in-person Quad gathering in the East Room of the White House.

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As Ford Exits, Auto Dealership Seek Govt Intervention

With Ford’s exit, a total of 464 dealers (excluding those dealing with Fiat, Mitsubishi) are said to have pumped in Rs. 2,485 crore with nearly 64,000 people employed thereof who were either axed or are about to be axed, claims FADA, industry association of auto-dealers in a letter sent to the Minister for Heavy Industries.

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Carlyle Arm Sells 3.4% Stake In SBI Cards For Rs 3,267 Crore

The shares were sold at an average price of Rs 1,021.05, valuing the transaction at Rs 3,267 crore

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US Vice-Prez Kamala Harris To Meet PM Narendra Modi On September 23

Harris is the first-ever person of Indian origin to be elected as the vice-president of the United States.

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US To Spend $470M To Learn More About Long COVID-19

The National Institutes of Health announced the plans Wednesday with a grant awarded to New York University and a goal of enrolling up to 40,000 adults and children nationwide.

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US President Biden To Host In-Person Quad Summit At White House On September 24, PM Modi To Attend

The Biden-Harris administration has made elevating the Quad a priority, as seen through the first-ever Quad Leaders-level engagement in March, which was virtual, and now this Summit, which will be in-person

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We Remember Unity, Resolve Expressed 20 Years Ago By International Community For Future Without Terrorism: UN Chief On 9/11 Anniversary

The attacks, which were planned by al-Qaeda from Afghanistan, saw four US passenger jets seized by suicide attackers - two of which were flown into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York.

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Singapore PM Warns That Fight Against Terrorism ''Is Far From Over''

The government held open discussions with leaders of all groups and closed door briefings to the key leaders, to share with them sensitive intelligence and threat assessments.

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Biden Takes Steps To Vaccinate Rest Of America

The Biden Administration has been successful in vaccinating a significantly large population of the country, but the fact that about 25 per cent of eligible Americans -- about 80 million people -- who remain unvaccinated pose a threat to the gains made by him in the fight against COVID-19.

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