US State Dept: “We are concerned about the notification of (India’s) Citizenship (Amendment) Act”

The United States said on Thursday that it is “concerned” about the notification of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) in India, adding that it is “closely monitoring” the implementation of the act. “We are concerned about the notification of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act on March 11,” US State Department Spokesperson, Matthew Miller told reporters at his daily briefing on Thursday.

Choking funding to terrorism is a need of the hour

Terrorist attacks are highly responsive to funding availability, and financial counter-terrorism can therefore be effective in reducing terrorism casualties, according to research conducted by Nicola Limodio, Assistant Professor of Finance at Bocconi University Visiting Fellow at the Economics Department and the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance at Princeton University.

‘Time to use tech to fight poverty’

Ritu Jha- It is time to use technology to fight poverty, according to Dr Muhammad Musa, an activist and expert on poverty, who spoke at an event hosted by the Stanford Graduate School of Business March 22. Musa, executive director at BRAC (Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee) one of the world’s most effective anti-poverty organizations, was […]

FIIDS hosted Indo-Afghan Peace & Friendship Initiative

indica News Bureau –   On March 10th, 2019, diplomats, policy experts, community leaders, and political analysts attended the first-ever India Afghanistan Peace and Friendship an initiative organized by the Foundation for India and Indian Diaspora Studies (FIIDS) in Fremont, California. The event was hosted by the League for Education and Afghanistan Development, The Art […]