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US won't participate in WHO-led global coronavirus vaccine effort

02 Sep 2020

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US won't participate in WHO-led global coronavirus vaccine effort

The United States, the worst-affected country in the pandemic, on Tuesday said it won't be participating in the global effort to develop and distribute coronavirus vaccine because it is led by World Health Organization (WHO).

Gandhiji to be posthumously honored with US Congressional Gold Medal

02 Oct 2018

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Gandhiji to be posthumously honored with US Congressional Gold Medal

Half a dozen influential US lawmakers, including four Indian-Americans, have moved a resolution in the US House of Representatives to posthumously award the prestigious Congressional Gold Medal to Mahatma Gandhi in recognition of his promotion of peace and non-violence.

20 Indian-Americans running for US Congress raise over $15.5 million

22 Apr 2018

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20 Indian-Americans running for US Congress raise over $15.5 million

A record number of 20 Indian Americans are running for US Congressional elections this year.

US House passes Defense bill, boosts cooperation with India

15 Jul 2017

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US House passes Defense bill, boosts cooperation with India

The US House of Representatives has passed a $696 billion bill which sets military policy and sanctions spending for the Department of Defense (DoD).

White House to Congress: Powerful Indians in Washington DC

16 May 2017

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White House to Congress: Powerful Indians in Washington DC

The Indian diaspora in the US really seems to be living the American dream. Having gathered numerical and economical clout over time, Indians have started to figure prominently in the power corridors in Washington DC.