President Joe Biden announces he will run for re-election

President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday he is seeking a second term, with Vice-President Kamala Harris as his running mate once again. “The question we are facing is whether in the years ahead we have more freedom or less freedom, more rights or fewer,” Biden said a video announcement. “I know what I want the answer to be. This is not a time to be complacent. That’s why I’m running for re-election.”

Majority of voters not keen on Indian-origin Harris as president: Poll

Even though US President Joe Biden has accidentally referred to Kamala Harris as President at least six times, a majority of voters are unenthusiastic about his Vice President’s potential presidential run in 2024, according to a latest poll. According to The Telegraph, Biden’s Indian-origin second-in-command has struggled to gain traction among Democrats nationwide amid her poor public approval ratings.

White House releases strategy to uplift Asians, including Indians and other communities

The White House has released its first-ever national strategy to advance equity, justice, and opportunity for Asian-American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AA and NHPI) communities. Senior Biden-Harris administration officials outlined the details of an action plan made by 32 federal agencies to promote safety and equity for Asian Americans, including Indians, and NHPIs at a virtual event on Tuesday, the White House said.

Biden announces stringent measures, major crackdowns on illegal immigration

Amidst growing concerns over illegal immigrants risking all to get into the US and close on the heels of an incident at the US-Mexico border where Brijkumar Yadav from Gujarat fell to his death while trying to scale the “Trump Wall” to enter illegally into America, his wife too was injured in the incident, the US government announced new measures to crack down on illegal immigration.