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Harvey makes second landfall, hits Katrina-battered Louisiana State

The storm had transformed roads into rivers in America's fourth-largest city, driving more than 8,000 people into emergency shelters.

Hurricane Harvey continues rampage in Texas, 20 dead

United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines and American Airlines each said that they've airlifted supplies into or out of the city since Hurricane Harvey hit on Friday.

Tropical storm Harvey: Floodwaters climb in Texas, rescue operation on

Trump visited the coastal city of Corpus Christi, praising the work of state and federal officials in responding to the disaster.

Hurricane Harvey: Houston mayor announces night-time curfew after floods

The city's police chief Art Acevedo said he had recommended the move to the mayor after several reports of looting in what is America's fourth largest city.

Hurricane Harvey: Texas Governor warns of long, slow recovery

Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the night of August 25 as a Category 4. Rescue teams in boats, trucks and helicopters scrambled Monday to reach hundreds of Texans marooned on flooded streets in and around the city of Houston before monster storm Harvey returns.

Hurricane Harvey: Two Indian students rescued from Texas lake

Heavy rain bands were expected to move in over the Houston area overnight, which will continue the catastrophic and life-threatening flash-flood emergency in the area.

Sikh who entered US illegally to be deported to India

Baljit Singh, who have no criminal record was detained by immigration authorities during a regular six-month check-in with authorities, and is now facing deportation.

Former employee accuses Infosys of ‘discrimination’, files lawsuit

The civil suit, filed on June 19 in the Eastern District of Texas (Sherman Division), seeks a trial by jury on the alleged discrimination against non-Asian employees at the company's offices in the US, resulting in Green's dismissal nearly a year ago.

No more US calling?

In 2015-16, Indian students contributed $5.01 billion to the US economy and their numbers there touched an all-time high of 165,918, second only to China

Indian teacher in US suspended for ‘mock Trump assassination’

Some students admit the teacher's actions were inappropriate, but ultimately, the majority believe the teacher was just making a joke, CBS News reported.

US Congress confirms Trump’s presidency

The largely ceremonial gathering on Friday confirmed that Trump had received 304 electoral votes to rival Hillary Clinton's 227.

Family sues Apple over FaceTime’s role in fatal car crash

The couple is suing Apple for damages on the basis that the electronics giant failed to install and implement a "safer, alternative design" for FaceTime.

Two killed in US military helicopter crash

Witnesses said the chopper was flying unusually low, and after a loud noise, they saw it break apart in the air.

Safe, potent chikungunya vaccine developed

Within four days of a single dose, the Eilat/Chikungunya candidate vaccine induced neutralising antibodies that lasted for more than 290 days. The antibodies provided complete protection against chikungunya in two different mouse models.

4 more Zika cases, likely homegrown, found in Texas

The new cases were found during tests conducted after the first homegrown infection, announced on Nov. 28, in a woman in Brownsville.

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