Chinese foreign ministry has accused United States President Joe Biden of “political provocation” after he called Xi Jinping a “dictator.” Responding to a question regarding remarks made by Biden recently, a Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson reiterated her government’s stance that the balloon incident “was entirely an accidental event” that the US had taken out of proportion, The New York Times reported.
New York’s Times Square in Midtown Manhattan is flooded with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pictures and messages welcoming him to an historic State visit to the US. The US-India Business Council (USIBC) said the displays for historic state visit require a historic welcome. “A historic state visit requires a historic welcome! @USIBC welcomes Shri @narendramodi@PMOIndia to the United States of America with a display of our support for U.S.-India commercial ties and this historic state visit at Times Square, New York. @Nasdaq #ModiInUSA #USIndia,” tweeted USIBC.
Actors, basketball stars, activists, football players… even The White House and The New York Times have refused to pay for the blue checkmark on Twitter that owner Elon Musk has demanded.
By Mayank Chhaya With an arrest warrant against Russia’s President Vladimir Putin by the International Criminal Court out, a visit by him that is likely to be most watched is one to India to attend the G20 summit September 9 and 10. Although neither Russia nor India are state parties to the Rome Statute of the ICC […]
Partha Chakraborty opines, Since the George Floyd murder we have been in a holding pattern as far as real reform goes. Memphis points to a way forward – authorities’ response was quick and decisive, streets are quiet, there is a reckoning that police are here to serve and protect, and a reconfirmation that most blue are truly the finest a community can offer.
The Facebook and Instagram accounts of former US President Donald Trump will be reinstated by Meta after a ban of two years, a New York Times report said.