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Barack and Michelle Obama sign deal to produce podcasts for Spotify

Former US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama have signed a deal to produce a series of podcasts for music streaming platform Spotify. Under the multiyear deal between Spotify and the couples’ Higher Ground Productions, the duo are set to develop, produce, and lend their voices to select podcasts on a various of

Barack and Michelle Obama’s production company unveils slate of Netflix projects

Former US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama have announced a slate of projects that they will be producing for Netflix. Barack and Michelle, who formed their production banner Higher Ground last year, unveiled seven projects, scheduled to be developed and released in the coming years in partnership with the streaming giant. “We

In America First speech, Trump promotes 'merit-based' immigration

In America First speech, Trump promotes ‘merit-based’ immigration

In a speech brimming with patriotism and the America First concept, President Donald Trump has reiterated the US commitment to strengthen its military, protect its borders and reset its trading relationships while calling for “merit-based” immigration system.”This is our new American moment,” Trump declared in his first State of the Union address on Tuesday night

Obama remains most admired man

Obama remains most admired man, edges out Trump

Obama remains most admired man: More Americans are likely to name former President Barack Obama as the man they admire most, although the gap between the former president and the current has narrowed over the last year, a poll has found.Americans once again are most likely to name Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton as the

PM Modi is 'most-tweeted about leader' after Trump

PM Modi is ‘most-tweeted about leader’ after Trump

PM Modi tweeted leader: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emerged as the “most tweeted-about world leader” after United States President Donald Trump, according to annual data released by the Twitter.Twitter said that Trump with 44.1 million followers and Prime Minister Modi with 37.5 million followers are respectively the first and second “most tweeted about world

India needs to cherish and nurture its Muslims: Obama

New Delhi, Dec 1, India needs to cherish and nurture its Muslim population that is integrated and considers itself Indian, former US president Barack Obama said here today. It is an idea that needs to be reinforced, the former president said at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit.Obama said he had emphasised the need for religious tolerance

Obama meets PM Modi in Delhi

New Delhi, Dec 1 (PTI) Obama meets PM Modi in Delhi. Former US president Barack Obama met Prime Minister Narendra Modi here today. This is the first meeting between the two leaders after Obama left the White House in January. “It was a pleasure to meet, once again, former president @BarackObama, and learn about the new

Obama New Delhi visit

Obama in Delhi today, likely to meet Modi

Obama New Delhi visit: Former US President Barack Obama, who is in Delhi today for a town hall for the Obama Foundation, is likely to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the visit. The two leaders had developed a warm rapport during Mr Obama’s tenure as the President. Obama is in the capital for a town hall

Former president Obama called for jury duty in Chicago

Former president Obama called for jury duty in Chicago

Obama called jury duty: Former US President Barack Obama has been called for jury duty in Chicago. Cook County Chief Judge Tim Evans yesterday told county commissioners during a budget hearing that Obama, who owns homes in Washington, DC, and Chicago’s Kenwood neighbourhood, will serve in November.He is registered to vote in Chicago.Evans says Obama’s

Satya Nadella criticises Trump’s stance to end DACA

Soon after it was reported that US President Donald Trump may roll back the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programme, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith have criticised the presidential stance. The DACA programme was established by former US President Barack Obama to shield hundreds of thousands of undocumented youths

Sikh TV campaign increased positive view of community

Sikh TV campaign increased positive view of community

Sikh campaigners who ran a $1.5 million TV campaign has said that it helped in increasing Americans’ understanding of the community even though the US is in a period of rising communal tensions. The National Sikh Campaign (NSC), which launched the “We Are Sikhs” campaign on Baisakhi Day in April, said that a survey conducted

US collectively calls for ending racial discrimination

Washington: On August 6, 2017,US calls ending racial discrimination. It has been 5 years for Wisconsin’s Oak Creek shootout. Today, on the 5th anniversary of this incident, people of different sections of the United States collectively called for ending racial discrimination and violence.American Assembly Speaker Paul Ryan said that during these five years the people

H'wood wishes Barack Obama a very happy 56th birthday

H’wood wishes Barack Obama a very happy 56th birthday

H’wood wishes Barack Obama a very happy 56th birthday. Former president of the United States Barack Obama celebrated his 56th birthday on Friday. Many Hollywood celebrities took to the social media to wish him a happy birthday, taking the moment to reflect on the contrast between President Obama’s administration and public persona and the controversy-laden Trump’s

India, US, Japan partnership for peace in region: US commander

India, US, Japan partnership for peace in region: US commander

India, US, Japan partnership for peace in region: US commander. The growing partnership between the US, India and Japan is to keep peace in the Indo-Asia Pacific region, a top American commander has said, dismissing as “unfortunate” concerns raised by China over multilateral drills, including the Malabar naval exercise. “I say our partnerships stand on

Trump bars transgenders from serving in US military

US President Donald Trump said today transgenders will not serve in the US military “in any capacity”, asserting that their service would bring “tremendous medical costs and disruption”. Announcing the decision on Twitter, Trump said the military would not “allow or accept” transgender service members, reversing a major last year’s decision of his predecessor Barack

California based Robert sent to Jail for killing cats

California based Robert sent Jail killing cats. A court in the US city of San Jose, California, sent 26-year-old Robert Farmer to 16 years of imprisonment for killing 18 cats. Not only this, experts have found evidence of sexual abuse with a cat. During the hearing, the High Court judge of Santa Clara read out

US Congresswomen protest for ‘right to bare arms’

For all the Latest news download Daily Post app:- For AndroidFor IOS  US Congresswomen protest ‘right bare arms’. Washington, Jul 16 (PTI) In a unique protest, over 30 US Congresswomen on both sides of the aisle wore sleeveless dresses to support their “right to bare arms” in parts of Washington DC’s Capitol building. The lawmakers

Indians records 18 percentage points drop in confidence in US: Pew

Indians records 18 percentage points drop in confidence in US

Indians records 18 percentage points drop in confidence in US: Pew. Jun 27 (PTI) There has been an 18 percentage points drop in confidence by Indians in the US leadership since President Donald Trump assumed office, according to a new survey in 37 countries.India is one of the countries that looks on the US president

Three lakh Indians under fer to be be evacuated from USA

Three lakh Indians fear evacuated USA Donald Trump. After Donald Trump is elected as President of United States, few policies of former President Barack Obama are being canceled now. One of the latest evidence of it is revealed.With an announcement from the President of the country lead to the problem for 3,00,000 Indians living in

Punjabi language is the new main language spoken in America

America’s first city in which the mother tongue Punjabi received recognition. The name of this city is Connecticut. Proof of recognition of Punjabi is the board of ‘welcome’ in the Punjabi language at all the welcoming places in the city of Norwich. These boards have been permanently installed in the city.In the coming days, Punjabi