|20 children among the dead in Oklahoma|
Jon Haverfield stood in the path of a massive tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma, describing the roar he heard and huge debris was tossed around by the storm. Doyle Rice, William M. Welch, Donna Leinwand Leger and Michael Winter, USA TODAY4:08 a.m ...
Immigration Overhaul Wins Panel?s Backing in the Senate
WASHINGTON ? The Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday approved a broad overhaul of the nation?s immigration laws on a bipartisan ... group of eight senators who drafted the original bill to address his concerns about visas for skilled ...
To de Blasio, City Hall Shouldn?t Be All About Manhattan
His wedding was a multicultural billboard for the borough: under a pin oak tree in Prospect Park ... After conquering New York City?s food scene, climbing atop its sports world and elbowing into its film business, the New Brooklyn is now ...
Analysts urge Yahoo to foster Tumblr autonomy in deal
That was the key message for Yahoo management by investors and industry watchers as they digest Yahoo's $1.1 billion acquisition of Tumblr that was announced Monday. Like a parent adopting a creative but unruly teen, the search engine giant ...
World stock markets mixed as traders await signals from Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke
BANGKOK ? World stock markets were mixed Tuesday as investors waited for the U.S. Federal Reserve to telegraph what it plans ... as quantitative easing to help drive down interest rates and spur lending. But recently improving data on the ...
With wary eye on the U.S., China courts India
By Frank Jack Daniel and Rajesh Kumar Singh NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, smiling and effusive, was out to smooth ruffled feathers in India this week, promising to ease tensions and increase trade between Asia's fastest growing economies in his first trip overseas since taking office. "China will make your dream come true," Li told a banquet hall filled with Chinese and ...
Kashmir ready to host Saudi tourists
Kashmir, the northwestern region in India, has often been called paradise on earth for its natural beauty. When it became a valley of conflict due to territorial disputes between India, Pakistan and China, Kashmir lost its tourists and therefore, its main source of economic growth.Arab News interviewed Ghulam Ahmed Mir, the minister of tourism for Jammu and Kashmir, during his recent visit to ...
Jammu & Kashmir Bank eyes 25% on-yr loan growth in FY14
New Delhi: Jammu & Kashmir Bank is looking at achieving a loan growth of 25% in the current financial year 2013-14, helped by an estimated 30% growth in loans from its home state alone, the Business Standard ...
India Ink: Kashmir Pressing Delhi for Aid for Quake-Hit Victims
More than three weeks after an earthquake hit the northern state of Jammu and Kashmir, victims await government support toward rehabilitation.