He will be succeeded by his deputy Thomas West, who was part of the national security team of US President Joe Biden when he was vice-president.
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Covid Worries Keep Kids Away As Schools Reopen
Few students attended in-person classes at schools across the national capital on Monday, when physical lessons resumed after a two-week closure due to the city's air emergency.
Ration Delivery Beneficiaries Can Opt Out At Any Point, Govt Tells HC
The state government on Monday told the Delhi high court that doorstep deliveries had become a norm, as it defended its ration delivery programme as one that should be appreciated, and assured the court that beneficiaries can opt-out at any time.
Covid Clusters In Maha, K'taka Under Watch For New Variant
Although no cases of the Omicron variant of SarsCov-2 have been detected in India, one cluster each in Maharashtra and Karnataka are being investigated for the new variant, according to people familiar with the development.
SC seeks reports from Delhi, NCR states on controlling air pollution
The Supreme Court on Monday directed the state governments of Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Punjab to enforce all 52 directions issued by the Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM) for controlling air pollution in Delhi-NCR, lamenting that implementation of the pollution control measures seems to be zero across states.
Coach Dravid's team runs into a wall
Seasoned by annual trips to India, New Zealand debutant Ravindra aces a gripping trial by spin
Tatas In Talks To Buy Battery Biz In EV Push
Tata Chemicals Ltd is in talks to buy the battery materials business of London-based Johnson Matthey in a deal that can provide an edge to the Tata group in the fast-growing electric vehicle market, two people with direct knowledge of the plan said.
Toilet game changer takes a break
Why toilet breaks in tennis, used often as a tactical ploy more than a call of nature, create controversies
States issue guidelines, review travel curbs over variant threat
Many state governments have issued fresh advisories to health officials and may reimpose restrictions on travel even as the central government on Sunday asked provincial authorities to be more vigilant against the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus.
Key skills: Typewriter finds its place despite digital onslaught
t is Friday afternoon and inside a small, dimly lit room in east Delhi's Laxmi Nagar, a group of young men and women are hunched over old Remington typewriters, practicing touch typing-the skill of fast typing without looking at keys.
Kejriwal asks Modi to limit flights as airport ups checks
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MUSIC OF THE SPHERES
Astronaut Chris Sembroski took a Martin ukulele to space and discovered the joy of making music in microgravity.
NASA SEEKS IDEAS FOR A NUCLEAR REACTOR ON THE MOON
If anyone has a good idea on how to put a nuclear fission power plant on the moon, the U.S. government wants to hear about it.
SAMSUNG EXPECTED TO BUILD $17B CHIP FACTORY IN TEXAS
Samsung is planning to build a $17 billion semiconductor factory outside of Austin, Texas, amid a global shortage of chips used in phones, cars and other electronic devices.
THE END OF CALIFORNIA?
The American Dream never gleamed any brighter than in the Golden State. But these days, that warm glow might just be a dumpster fire.
WHAT'S UP? (AND WHAT'S DOWN?)
What’ll happen to the price of advertising? Will more female founders get funded? We had Good Judgment’s superforecasters answer these questions and more.
Two-Way Conversations Are the Future of Recruiting
To hire the right people for today and tomorrow, it’s time to stop asking candidates to prove why they’re right for the job.
WHERE TO INVEST IN
Investors will have to curb their enthusiasm as markets get back to normal.
When to Call In a Professional
For some investment categories, choosing an actively managed fund makes sense.
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