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While some Americans are excited to head to the polls and vote this Election Day, others are sad that we're nearing the end of Barack Obama's presidency. On Tuesday, April Reign, a popular Twitter use...
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NEW DELHI -- Now, hear this. A woman in Guwahati has applied to change her surname to match that of the President of The United States. Archana Ozah, a woman in her mid-thirties, reportedly applied...
WASHINGTON -- US President Barack Obama today telephoned Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss the progress made in climate change negotiations currently underway in Paris, the White House said. Ear...
I strongly believe that a few words from you would be a game-changer in this ugly, sordid mess. I wish you would speak now. I think you should tell the people all over the world that your government does not endorse the killing of Mohammed Akhlaq. And that your party is not responsible for encouraging this intolerance and mob violence. Most of all, you should tell the world that you, personally, do not condone this savagery.
One of the more positive aspects of President Obama's recent discussions with Prime Minister Modi in India was the presence of clean energy and air quality on the agenda. In addition to enhancing bilateral climate change cooperation, the US government has indicated its intention to support India's goal of increasing its installed solar capacity to 100 gigawatts by 2022.
For greater success in working together, Americans need to practice being less direct and Indians need to work toward more bluntness and assertiveness. Converting this concept into reality is much harder than it seems.