According to immigration experts, given the limitations, there is a possibility that Biden might not be able to do much. As Yanovich, the immigration attorney, pointed out: “Even if Biden does essentially nothing … that would still be better than having four more years of Trump assailing the legal immigration system.” … [Read more...] about Joe Biden as US President expected to bring relief to Indian IT industry, but fractured Congress poses challenges
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Also read: Who was Mohsen Fakhrizadeh and why his assassination raises fears of direct confrontation between Iran and IsraelNetanyahu believes a covert bomb program is continuing, until Friday under Fakhrizadeh’s leadership, and would be unconstrained after 2030, when the nuclear accord’s restraints on Iran’s ability to produce as much nuclear fuel as it wants expires. To critics of the deal, that is its fatal flaw. … [Read more...] about Assassination in Iran could limit Biden’s options. Was that the goal?
In his address, Union Minister for Road Transport, Highways Nitin Gadkari, who also participated in the virtual conference said, when it comes to innovation, both Sweden and India have a lot in common to share for their mutual good. There are immense opportunities that exist on the two sides and which needs to be identified and promoted. "The mutual cooperation, coordination and communication among the stakeholders in India and Sweden will strengthen, survive and grow in new normal. Innovation, entrepreneurship, science and technology, R&D, skills, knowledge, and conversation of knowledge into wealth is the future," he said. … [Read more...] about Business relations with India will continue to grow stronger: Swedish official
Flying drones has been legalised in India since December 2018. However, individuals need to take prior permission from the civil aviation authority DGCA for flying these remote-piloted aircraft. Nano drones weighing less than 250 grams have a permit exemption, subject to the condition that they are flown below 50 feet. … [Read more...] about Drone insurance: IRDAI working group suggests policies for theft, liability damage of unmanned aircraft systems
For drones flown on a private and as well as commercial basis, it is mandatory to buy third-party liability insurance in India. However, in the absence of a defined product structure, both insurers as well as drone enthusiasts, are finding it difficult to find specific covers at affordable rates. Added to this, most insurance firms are unwilling to offer covers citing lack of reinsurance support. … [Read more...] about IRDAI panel for drone insurance: Operators look for clarity on pricing, loss assessment