US Must Invest In Natural Strategic Partner India: Randall Schriver

US Must Invest In Natural Strategic Partner India: Randall Schriver

Lockheed Martin is in the race to build 100+ single-engine fighter in India

Schriver said the US-India security relationship was at "its strongest point in history" and it was reflected by the designation of India as a "Major Defence Partner" by the US in 2016.

The US must continue to invest in its "natural strategic partner" India, nominee for


Fandango: ‘Justice League’ Outselling ‘Wonder Woman’ Presales; ‘Wonder’ Also Healthy

Their official press release:

LOS ANGELES – NOVEMBER 14, 2017 – “Justice League” is ruling this week’s Fandango’s ticket sales, with the superhero dream team garnering a super-strong 97 out of 100 Fanticipation movie buzz index points. “Justice” is outselling DC Entertainment’s previous 2017 hit “Wonder Woman” at the same point in the Fandango sales


Roger Federer eases to win over Jack Sock then praises Andy Murray

  • Published in Sports
• Federer beats Sock 6-4, 7-6 (4) at ATP World Tour Finals
• Swiss says Murray was brave to return for exhibition match

Roger Federer eased past Jack Sock in two sets on the opening day of the ATP World Tour Finals on Sunday, then calmed concerns about the playing future of the absent champion, Andy Murray – an upbeat view in sharp contrast to g


Resolution of issues being faced by masses govt's priority: Qadir

Minister for States and Frontier Regions Abdul Qadir Baloch has said that resolution of issues being faced by the people is first priority of PML-N government. Addressing a public gathering in Panjgur, he said LPG gas would be provided to the district by June next year. The Minister also announced opening of a border point with Iran in Chagai area

Apple hiring more diverse workers but women


When it comes to gender equality, Apple has a long way to go. According to the company’s annual diversity report only about a third of its employees are women. The Cupertino-based iPhone maker’s annual “Inclusion & Diversity Report” said, as of July 2017, only 32 percent of its workforce were women, which is the same level as it was in 2016.


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