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A new study shows that a spice commonly used in many ethnic cuisines may be as beneficial as medication to those with depression — and without the scary side effects.
According to the Bureau, the population of the United States is expected to be 317,297,938 on Jan. 1, 2014, up 0.7 percent from New Year’s Day 2013.
As recently as six years ago, China and India each began sending 100,000 students to the US. But since then, enrollment of foreign students has dropped off, except for China and Saudi Arabia.
While Congress debates on whether to raise taxes or cut entitlement programs, a local woman traveled across the globe to Indian and New Zealand to look at how those countries deal with poverty and entitlements.
Saanvi has been missing since Monday. Authorities believe she was abducted from her home in the Marquis Apartments in King of Prussia where her grandmother was found dead.
India is a huge and largely untapped market for American firms, and a Center City law firm hosted a session yesterday on the ins and outs of investing there.
There are approximately 300 million cases of malaria each year worldwide and over a million people die every year as a result. You might be surprised that there are about 1200 cases every year here in the US.
An Indian company which announced plans to buy and dismantle the Sunoco “Eagle Point” refinery in Westville, NJ and move it overseas does not appear to have lined up financing for the project.
Standing proudly with their right hands in the air, men and women from 20 countries, including Liberia, Ukraine, India and Mexico, took the oath of citizenship pledging allegiance to the United States of America.
According to a report in the journal Nature, people who are born blind and have learned to detect things by touch become quite confused if they have their site restored.
Approximately 50 people became U.S. citizens on Wednesday in center city.
Top Rutgers-Camden officials have just returned from a week-long visit to lay the groundwork.
by KYW’s Dr. Marciene Mattleman Pria Warrick is a well known entrepreneur in New Delhi, India, who provides a unique service to corporations– helping them succeed in their operations in the global economy.