Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Washington, DC, on September 22 to attend a summit of the four Quad nations — India, the United States, Japan and Australia. As is usually the case, there will be several components to Modi’s weeklong trip to the US, including a number of bilateral and multilateral engagements. While in the country, Modi is expected to hold his first in-person bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden in Washington and will attend the annual UN General … [Read more...]
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I believe totally in your freedoms. I do, you’re free, you got to do what you have to do. But I recommend taking the vaccines. I did it, it’s good, take the vaccines. — Donald Trump at an August 21 rally in Alabama [This is the third and final blog of a three-part series. In the first blog, posted on August 17, we examined the impact of the cancer cult on the nation’s physical health. In the second, posted on September 1, we looked at the cult’s impact on the … [Read more...]
I am your voice. I alone can fix it. — Donald Trump, acceptance speech, at 2016 Republican National Convention Just say the election was corrupt + leave the rest to me. — Donald Trump, as quoted from notes on December 27 phone call to acting U.S. attorney general Jeffrey Rosen Big protest in D.C. on January 6th. Be there. Will be wild. — Donald Trump, December 19 tweet We will never give up. We will never concede. It will never happen. You don’t … [Read more...]
The impact of rechristening Aligarh and other towns and districts on their local communities, especially those belonging to the Muslim faith, is likely to have disastrous consequences. The Aligarh district panchayat recently passed a resolution asking the Government of Uttar Pradesh to change the name of the district and its eponymous city to “Harigarh.” This proposed renaming is not an isolated event. Cities and district renamed in the UP since the last election in … [Read more...]
Not long ago, India was termed the “darling of Davos,” a country destined to achieve greatness. In the first decade of this century, there was hardly an investor in the West who was not enamoured of the “India story”. Then came a series of miscalculations and poor legislative and executive moves, such as the retrospective tax law and the demonetisation of 2016 which changed the narrative. The good news is that the Indian government has begun to rewrite that story. Parliament … [Read more...]
If those responsible (for the January 6 insurrectionist storming of the Capitol) are not held accountable, and if Congress does not act responsibly, this will remain a cancer on our constitutional Republic, undermining the peaceful transfer of power at the heart of our democratic system.” — Rep Liz Cheney (R-WY), January 6 Committee Member, Opening Comment “Telling the truth shouldn’t be hard. Fighting on Jan. 6 — that was hard. Showing up Jan. 7 … [Read more...]
The United States of America is a nation built by and on the backs of immigrants. In spite of this, the United States has always grappled with how to address immigration issues. In 2021, immigration is once again near the top of the agenda for the country. That doesn’t mean, however, there will be any meaningful federal legislation passed to deal with it. This is the case because addressing immigration is a complex matter, requiring unbiased analysis and bipartisan … [Read more...]
On July 30, US President Joe Biden named Indian American Rashad Hussain as the country’s new Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom. If confirmed by the US Senate, Hussain will become the sixth person to serve in that position. As ambassador-at-large, the 41-year-old attorney will also head the Department of State’s Office of International Religious Freedom and serve as a non-voting member of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom … [Read more...]
Fly me to the moon Let me play among the stars Let me know what spring is like On a Jupiter and Mars Those are the lyrics to a song written by Bart Howard, recorded by Kaye Ballard in 1954 and made popular ten years later by Frank Sinatra. We don’t think that multi-billionaire Jeff Bezos will be singing these words on July 20 this year as he blasts off into space on his rocket New Shepard, built by his space exploration company Blue Horizon. We do know … [Read more...]
Though the United States narrowly missed President Joe Biden’s July 4 goal of vaccinating 70 percent of US adults with at least one dose and fully vaccinating 160 million Americans, reasonable normalcy has returned to the country. All across America, people have begun going back to restaurants and malls, theaters are screening movies once again, and fans are back in arenas watching their favorite teams. The most obvious example of the return of normalcy was a White House … [Read more...]