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Google completes $2.1 billion Fitbit acquisition as US, Australia probes continue

Google’s plan to buy Fitbit raised concerns when it was announced in late 2019 because of its already rich trove of data about people, what they buy, where they travel, and more.

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US President-elect Joe Biden unveiling $ 1.9 trillion plan to stem Coronavirus and steady economy

Next Wednesday, when Biden will be sworn in as president, marks the anniversary of the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the United States.

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India-US Relations: Ties will become stronger under the new US administration, says expert

Dr Bappaditya Mukherjee, Former Faculty State University of New York, Geneseo, shares his views on various topics related to India-US relations.

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US blocks $63 million in funds of global terrorist groups in 2019: Report

The US continues to block $580,811 in funds of the Sri Lanka-based Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), which has remained the same for two years -- 2018 and 2019.

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Tech report card 2020: From ‘Apple versus Facebook’ to ‘PUBG Mobile and TikTok ban’, the biggest headline grabbers of the year

Technology overtook the world as work from home ensued for virtually every field, barring essential services.

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Daily fantasy sports firms FanDuel, DraftKings in merger talks – Sources

The two largest daily fantasy sports companies, FanDuel Inc and DraftKings Inc, are in early-stage talks to merge, people familiar with the matter said on Monday, as the industry faces a crackdown by U.S. states over whether

Bodies removed after worst mass shooting in US history

Dozens of bodies were slowly removed overnight from a popular Orlando gay club after a gunman sprayed the helpless crowd with bullets in violence that killed 50 people ...

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United States may not make Afghanistan troop decision by Warsaw summit

United States President Barack Obama may not decide before a NATO summit next month whether to alter plans to nearly halve America's forces in Afghanistan, a diplomat and a U.S. official said.

CIA chief expects release of 9/11 documents to clear Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia denies providing any support for the 19 hijackers most of whom were Saudi citizens who killed nearly 3,000 people in the Sept. 11 attacks.

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Asif Ali Zardari asks US to ‘trust’ Pakistan

Former president has asked the US to "trust" and "mend ties" with Pakistan to defeat terrorism, amid tension between the two countries over an American drone strike that killed the Afghan Taliban chief in Baluchistan.

Washington should trust Islamabad: Asaf Ali Zardari

Washington must trust Islamabad and the two countries must mend ties, former Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has said. Zardari's comments come amid tension between Pakistan and the US following Washington's backing to

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Seek Nuclear Suppliers Group ’s acceptance, not individual endorsements: United States tells Pakistan

Pakistan has been asked by the United States to put its case of joining the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) before the 48-member countries rather than seeking individual endorsements for joining it.

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Mexican drug lord put in immigration custody for deportation

The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency says Mexican drug lord Hector "El Guero" Palma has been transferred to immigration custody pending his deportation to Mexico.

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US government allocates $100 million for training workers

Enriched with the hefty fee imposed on H-1B visas, which mainly comes from Indian companies, the US government has allocated USD 100 million towards training of its work forces.

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For the first time, more than 4 in 10 US women are obese

The rate of obesity in women is also higher than in men across the world, although far lower overall than in the US.

India, US to ink cyber framework accord

Ushering in a new era of collaboration in the cybersphere, India and the US will sign a framework for the bilateral cyber relationship between the two countries within the next two months.

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China tells US, don’t let allies set S.China Sea policy

China claims most of the South China Sea, through which $5 trillion in ship-borne trade passes every year. The Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and....

National Spelling Bee co-champions include youngest ever

Jairam's winning word was Feldenkrais, which is derived from a trademark and means a system of body movements intended to ease tension. Niram won with gesellschaft, which means a mechanistic type of social relationship. Amo

Pakistan confirms death of Mullah Akhtar Mansour

Pakistan today confirmed the death of Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour in a US drone strike in the country while travelling under false name and with a fake Pakistani identity document. Mansour was targeted by drones oper

Respect Pakistan’s sovereignty but will target terrorists: US

"We certainly do respect Pakistan's territorial integrity. But as we've said before, we will carry out strikes to remove terrorist who are activity pursuing, and planning and directing attacks against US forces," the State De

Five banks sued in U.S. for rigging $9 trillion agency bond market

Five major banks and four traders were sued on Wednesday in a private U.S. lawsuit claiming they conspired to rig prices worldwide in a more than $9 trillion market for bonds issued by government-linked organizations and agen

B-52 crashes at Guam air base, no injuries reported

The U.S. Air Force said Friday a B-52 crashed on Guam shortly after takeoff, but all seven crew members made it out safely. No injuries were reported.

Former CIA chief in Pakistan suspected of being poisoned by ISI

A former CIA station chief in Pakistan, who presided over the May 2011 raid that killed al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, is believed to have been poisoned by the ISI, a media report said today.

Darth Vader will have good role in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Darth Vader will appear in "Rogue One" and he reportedly will have a more significant role.

Protesting Sikh removed from Donald Trump rally

A turbaned Sikh man was forced out of Donald Trump's rally in the US state of Iowa after he interrupted the Republican presidential frontrunner's speech by displaying a banner that read 'Stop Hate'.

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Airlines cancel around 7,600 of flights as big storm advances

Airlines canceled around 7,600 flights to, from or within the US for Friday and Saturday, as a blizzard began covering much of the Eastern US.

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14,000 Indians overstayed in US in 2015

Over 14,000 of the 8.8 lakh Indians who travelled to the US on visitor or business visa in 2015 overstayed in the country, according to official figures.

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