“As long as Covid persists in India, there is the potential for additional variants that could pose a serious threat to a vaccinated America,” the lawmakers, led by California Congressman Brad Sherman, the Democratic Chair of the Congressional India Caucus, warned in the March 12 letter, adding, “We must do our part to quell the virus anywhere and everywhere it persists.”
Continue reading your story on the app
Continue reading your story in the newspaper
‘Rich Countries Owe Us $1.1 Trillion'
Didn’t Fulfil Promise To Developing Nations On Paris Pact: Javadekar
Schick Goal! Scots Pay The Price
London: Patrik Schick spotted the goalkeeper off his line, launched a looping shot from just inside the halfway line, and gave his team a two-goal lead it wouldn’t relinquish.
Scramble For Student Visas On Day 1 Of Reopening Freezes US Embassy Portal
About A Lakh Aspirants Might Have Logged In For Interview Slots
Maha Govt Inclined To Undertake Door-To-Door Vaccination, HC Told
Mumbai: The Bombay HC on Monday gave the Maharashtra government time till June 22 to take an appropriate decision on door-to-door Covid-19 vaccination for the elderly and disabled.
131 Cases: Lowest Single-Day Tally In Almost Four Months
Positivity Rate At 0.22%, Bed Occupancy Reduces To 7%
These Online Classes Are Helping Them Get Back On Feet After Covid
Slow and steady return to fitness regimen is the key, say experts
Challans Rise By 45% As City Doesn't Heed Advice
From 3,366 A Week Earlier, Penalties Up To 4,930 On June 13
‘NZ have advantage but India up for challenge'
Southampton: Batsman Cheteshwar Pujara says New Zealand will have the advantage going into the WTC final after playing a Test series against England but India will utilize the available time to prepare well for the title clash, starting here on June 18. While the Indian squad is training by playing intra-squad matches after completing their quarantine period, New Zealand trumped England 1-0 in a two-match series in the run-up to the World Test Championship final. The Indian players played in the IPL before the T20 league was suspended due to coronavirus.
G7 Wants Covid Origins Probe In China
Slams Beijing For Rights Abuses, Undermining Global Economy
Monsoon-er Than Later: Date With Rains Likely In Two Days
Expect Showers For The Next Five Days; Air Quality Improves
USS NEW JERSEY
The Big J is One of Three Iowa-Class Battleships That’s Now a Museum
How to Fix Your Credit Reports
Before you apply for a mortgage or car loan, check your credit files for errors that could derail your plans.
Where to Invest Now
AFTER A POWERFUL START, STOCKS WILL GRIND HIGHER IN THE SECOND HALF OF 2021. BUT WATCH OUT FOR CURVEBALLS.
Marriage and Taxes: What You Need to Know
Most couples will owe less in federal taxes by filing jointly, but sometimes it pays to go it alone.
AMERICA IS GETTING OLDER
Census data show a decline in younger workers. That puts more pressure on programs that support seniors.
THE NICKEL BEHIND THE NICKEL
The word “nickel” is a homonym with two distinct meanings. It refers to both our five-cent coin and an element. Everyone is familiar with the coin, but not necessarily with the element.
The basic premise of composting is simple: Biodegradable waste (food scraps, coffee grounds, old leaves) returns to the ground from whence it came. But composting can be more complex than you think. We’re here to demystify the process so you can make it a regular part of your routine.
The New Economics
Policymakers learned the lessons of 2008 and deployed a wider set of tools to help repair the damage from Covid. They know how to create a recovery, but can they manage the boom?
WHEN IS ALL THIS going to be over?
The U.S. Can't Afford a Tax Policy That Punishes Wealth
HIS CRITICS AND supporters agree: President Joe Biden’s tax plans are radical. He wants a substantial increase in U.S. public spending and means to pay for it by raising taxes on the rich, in particular by almost doubling the top tax rate on investment income. Unsurprisingly, the idea seems to be playing well in opinion polls. It would be odd if the promise to lift up the poor and middle class at the expense of the top 3% was unpopular. The question is whether it’s smart.