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Japanese automaker Honda has agreed to pay US 70 million dollars in fines to the US authorities for failing to report safety issues involving its cars. It was announced by the US regulator National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) after Honda had accepted liability for the breach on safety issues. As per NHTSA, Honda failed ..
International Hindi Conference-2015 (अंतर्राष्ट्रीय हिंदी सम्मलेन-2015) will be hosted by New Jersey, United States in April 2015. Theme of 2015 edition of this conference is Expanding World of Hindi: Possibilities and Challenges. Key facts of International Hindi Conference 2015 This conference seeks to provide a platform for participants to get together and identify challenges and find solutions ..
Edward Brooke, the first elected black US senator passed away on 3rd January 2015. He was 95. He belonged to US’s Republican Party. About Edward Brooke He was elected to US Congress in 1966 by voters of Massachusetts State at a time of widespread racial unrest in the country. He was also the first African-American to ..
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has signed an information sharing agreement with United States (US) banking regulators for better coordination with them in supervising financial institutions. Earlier in December 2014, RBI had concluded a Statement of Co-operation (SoC) on “Supervisory Cooperation and Exchange of Supervisory Information” with the US banking regulators like Board of Governors ..
After much delay, Afghanistan and US have signed a BSA (Bilateral Security Agreement) that will chart the course for the two countries post withdrawal of majority of American troops. The BSA was signed in Kabul. This long term security pact will be crucial in deciding the nature of internal security in Afghanistan. Significantly, there is ..