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Amazon plans to hire 3,500 more people in US

Of these new jobs, 2,000 will be based in New York where the company has acquired the Lord & Taylor Fifth Avenue building.

Arjun Atwal slips in final round; DeChambeau wins title

Bryson DeChambeau, who had top-10 finishes in the first three events of PGA Tour's 'Return to Golf', finally claimed the trophy after all the hype about transforming his body and adding 40 pounds to his weight.

Kirk, Simpson share US Professional Golfers Association lead in Detroit

Kirk, 35, walked away from golf last year, sidelining himself for seven months to address depression and alcohol abuse.

GM wants judge removed in Fiat case

GM is suing crosstown rival FCA alleging that it got an advantage by paying off union leaders to reduce labor costs during contract talks.

Honda recalls 1.4 million vehicles to fix faulty fuel pumps

The recall includes 136,000 vehicles in the U.S. It's part of a larger recall of fuel pumps made by parts supplier Denso.

Tesla’s Musk earns $770M in stock options, company confirms

The electric car and solar panel maker’s board certified that Musk earned the big payout, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

US COVID-19 tests more than India, 9 others combined: Trump

"We have to be safe. We don't want to close anything. We're not going to be closing, but we're going to be doing it beautifully, systematically."

Cities drive coronavirus in India

Majority of cases reported from Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Hyderabad, all major economic and population hubs

Anti-COVID strategy working, number of new cases stabilizing: Trump

New York with nearly 1.5 lakh confirmed cases and 6,200 deaths has emerged as the epicentre of COVID-19 in the US.

US ready to supply ventilators to countries in need: Trump

"They're all calling for ventilators. Well, we're going to make a lot of ventilators and we'll take care of our needs, but we're also going to help other countries."

Vinod Kukunoor takes over as president of ATA- Telangana

Vinod Kukunoor took over as the president, Venkat Manthena as general secretary and the body elected a 27-member board of trustees and Karunakar Mahdavaram was elected as the Chairman and an 8-member executive committee for 2019-2020.

Mike Posner stays silent to preserve voice

Posner released his new album "A Real Good Kid" last month, revealing that most of the songs were written while he was living back at his family home.

Oldman, Hammer to star in opioid thriller

In Dreamland, three stories about the world of opioids collide: a drug trafficker arranges a multi-cartel Fentanyl smuggling operation between Canada and the US

ATA steps in to help detained Telugu students in US

The ATA-Telangana team is also visiting the detention centre along with attorneys to help the students.

‘Pay to Stay’ visa racket busted in US, 8 Telugu people arrested

The ICE also has started detaining foreign students of this fake university and started the process of their deportation.

TS govt gives Rs 10 lakh aid to Sai Krishna’s family

Mahabubabad: The Telangana government sanctioned Rs 10 lakh financial aid from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF) to the parents of Sai Krishna Poosa,...

TS govt to send family members of Sai Krishna to US

TRS working President Rama Rao also spoke to US Consul General Katherine Hadda seeking her help in this regard.

Sai Krishna’s health condition stable

Meanwhile, Mahababubabad  MP A Seetharam Naik met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in New Delhi and urged her to depute an official from the Indian Embassy in US to the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.

Warangal man shot at by robbers, battles for life in US

A crowd funding campaign launched by a group of his friends in the US to mop up funds to help Sai Krishna, indicated that he was shot at on January 3.

Obama rips Trump, GOP in fiery speeches for Midwest Dems   

Walker is being challenged by Democrat Tony Evers.In Michigan, Obama credited Democrat Gretchen Whitmer for helping to expand Medicaid and said "few people fought against it harder" than her Republican opponent, state Attorney General Bill Schuette. He said voters can trust Sen.

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