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Nandan Mulchandani, CIA's CTO

Delhi born and schooled Nand Mulchandani, who has more than 25 years of experience in Silicon Valley and at the Pentagon, has been appointed as the Central Intelligence Agency first-ever Chief......

Biden's point person on Russian sanctions to visit India

Top Indian-American United States advisor and a key architect of Washington's punitive economic sanctions against Moscow, Daleep Singh, will visit India on March 30 and 31 to discuss the......

Indian-American astronaut in NASA's manned Moon mission

Raja Jon Vurputoor Chari, an Indian-American United States Air Force colonel, is among 18 astronauts, half of them women, who have been selected by NASA for its ambitious manned mission to the Moon......

Kamala Harris chooses all-women team for chief of staff, NSA, domestic policy advisor

United States Vice President-elect Kamala Harris has named her Chief of Staff, Domestic Policy Advisor and National Security Advisor -- an all-women team -- which she said has the experience to hit......

11 facts you may not know about US President-elect Joe Biden

Democrat Joe Biden has defeated Donald Trump in the race to become the 46th US President. Joe Biden, former vice president of the United States, has been in the public eye for around half a......

Ex-CTO of US may run for governorship

It is widely believed that Aneesh Chopra, who resigned last week as the first White House Chief Technology Officer, is mulling a run for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, and is likely to make an......

Column: The end of an era in finance

In the world of economics and finance, revolutions occur rarely and are often detected only in hindsight. But what happened on February 19 can safely be called the end of an era in global finance.......

Obama to double scientific research funding

Barack Obama on Monday promised to double public funding of scientific research to exceed the level Washington spent during the "space race" unleashed by Dwight Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy 50......

Let developing nations rule

There is a silver lining for developing nations in the present crisis, for they will emerge with a much bigger say in the institutions that govern economicglobalisation. Once the dust settles,......

What's the new World Bank chief like?

Robert B Zoellick will succeed Paul Wolfowitz as the 11th president of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, or the World Bank, for a five-year term from July 1, 2007. He is US......

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