US could punish countries for shunning sanctions against Russia, but what about India?

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Washington--US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken has said the US is considering taking "action" against countries that are not enforcing its Ukraine-related sanctions against...

Kamala Harris tests positive for Covid as US struggles for normalcy

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New York-- US Vice-President Kamala Harris has become the highest-ranking official in the current Biden administration to be infected with Covid-19 despite vaccinations as the...

US judge grants temporary restraining order to keep public health order at border

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Washington-- A judge in the US state Louisiana granted a temporary restraining order to pause the White House's decision to roll back a public...

Dry, windy weather feared to fuel wildfires in US

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Washington-- Wildfires have burned about 20,000 acres in the US state of New Mexico, as dry and windy conditions are feared to fuel the...

US Senate confirms first African-American woman for SC

Washington-- For the first time in the US Supreme Court's 233-year history, the Senate has confirmed Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, an African-American women, to...

Canada qualify for FIFA World Cup for first time in 36 years

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Toronto-- Canada men's football team qualified for the FIFA World Cup finals for only the second time ever with a 4-0 rout of Jamaica....

US SC Justice hospitalised over ‘flu-like symptoms’

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Washington-- The US Supreme Court said that Justice Clarence Thomas had been hospitalised "after experiencing flu-like symptoms". In a statement late Sunday, the Supreme Court...

Tulsi Gabbard called ‘treasonous’ after citing risk of biolabs in Ukraine

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Moscow-- Former Democratic representative and 2020 US presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard has responded to recent accusations of being a ‘Russian asset for ‘promoting Russian...

US House passes $1.5tn omnibus spending bill

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Washington-- The US House of Representatives has passed a $1.5 trillion omnibus spending bill for the fiscal year 2022 to fund the federal government...

62% American workers ‘worry their paychecks won’t keep pace with higher prices’

Washington-- A new survey has revealed that 62 per cent of American workers "worry their paychecks won't keep pace with higher prices". According to the...
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