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Obama provides legal status to five million <strong>illegal</strong> <strong>immigrants</strong>

Obama provides legal status to five million illegal immigrants

21 Nov 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama on Friday used his executive power to announce a series of administrative measures to provide legal status to more than five million illegal immigrants in the country, including those from India.

Barack Obama,   Illegal immigrants,   H-1B visas,   US President,   illegal immigrants in US,  
Obama opts Facebook for his immigration reform announcement

Obama opts Facebook for his immigration reform announcement

20 Nov 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama has opted the popular platform of Facebook to inform Americans about his decision to take series of executive actions to fix the country's "broken" immigration system.

Barack Obama,   Facebook,   illegal immigrants,   immigration,   immigrants in US,  
Cases filed against 18 <strong>illegal</strong> accounts in Liechtenstein: Jaitley

Cases filed against 18 illegal accounts in Liechtenstein: Jaitley

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said that of the 28 accounts identified in the tax-haven of Liechtenstein, income tax proceedings have been concluded against 18 "illegal" account holders and cases filed against them.

Cases filed,   18 illegal accounts,   Liechtenstein,   Arun Jaitley,   Defence Minister,   Lok Sabha,   ,  
South Asian group welcomes actions by Obama on immigration

South Asian group welcomes actions by Obama on immigration

21 Nov 2014

Washington: A leading South Asian organisation on Friday welcomed the executive action taken by US President Barack Obama to provide legal status to more than five million illegal immigrants, including those from India.

Obama,   immigration,   Obama action on immigration,   South Asian organisation,   South Asian group,   US President,   Barack Obama,   legal status,   illegal immigrants,   India,  
<strong>US</strong> hails SAARC push for better connectivity with Afghanistan

US hails SAARC push for better connectivity with Afghanistan

28 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Amid the push by SAARC nations to improve connectivity, the US has said better transport linkages with Afghanistan will help bring economic prosperity to the war-ravaged country and the region as a whole.

US,   SAARC,   Afghanistan,   Nisha Desai Biswal,   Afghan President ,  Ashraf Ghani,  
Most <strong>US</strong> presidents to fade from memory: Study

Most US presidents to fade from memory: Study

28 Nov 2014

Washington: Most American presidents are destined to be forgotten in within 50-100 years of their serving as president, a study suggests.

US presidents,   memory,   America,   Millard Fillmore,   Jimmy Carter ,   Ronald Reagan,   Barack Obama,   Barack Obama,   Harry S. Truman,   ,  
<strong>US</strong> welcomes historic WTO deal with India on board

US welcomes historic WTO deal with India on board

28 Nov 2014

Washington: The US has welcomed the World Trade Organization reaching as historic multilateral trade deal with India on board after months of deadlock with New Delhi standing firm on its food security programme.

World Trade Organisation,   WTO,  Trade Facilitation Agreement,   TFA,   Geneva,   Bali agreement,  US,   India,   Michael Froman,  
India-<strong>US</strong> trade policy forum will help move past rhetoric: Expert

India-US trade policy forum will help move past rhetoric: Expert

28 Nov 2014

Washington: Terming Indo-US engagement as encouraging, US Chamber of Commerce has said the re-launch of a trade policy forum is a critical step in moving past rhetoric and building trust between the two countries.

India-US trade policy,   Indo-US trade policy,   Indo-US relations,   US Chamber of Commerce,  
Calm restored in Ferguson after days of protests

Calm restored in Ferguson after days of protests

28 Nov 2014

New York: Ferguson town in the US state of Missouri celebrated the Thanksgiving Day after calm was restored as violence followed the decision by a grand jury not to indict a white police officer for shooting an unarmed black teenager to death.

US,   Ferguson,   Missouri,  Thanksgiving Day,   St. Louis,  
Obama to shield many from deportation: Sources

Obama to shield many from deportation: Sources

14 Nov 2014

Washington: President Barack Obama is poised to unveil executive action that will shield possibly around 5 million immigrants living in the US illegally from deportation, according to advocates in touch with the White House, an order that would set up a confrontation with Republican leaders.

President,   Barack Obama,   deportation,   immigrants,   US,   illegal,   White House,  

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