Currently, Democrats have 46 senate seats compared to 48 of the Republicans'. Democrats are hopeful that they can win two seats in Georgia making it a tie. But even with a tie, it would still be tough to bring in immigration reforms without Republican support like Powell pointed so. … [Read more...] about US Green Card – still a pipe dream for Indians?
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Kellen Powell, an immigration attorney, said: “Biden will kill a lot of current executive orders and memos. This will likely bring H-1B approval rates back up near 90 percent.” Under the Trump administration, approval rates dropped for Indian IT firms. For Infosys, 59 percent of its new H-1B petitions were denied. … [Read more...] about Joe Biden as US President expected to bring relief to Indian IT industry, but fractured Congress poses challenges
Elder Scrolls 6 news is sparse, but theories sure aren'tWe've got a glimpse of a few new details about Elder Scrolls 6, straight from Todd Howard himself. During an interview with IGN Howard fleshed out a tiny bit on what fans can expect from the game, saying that "I think when they eventually see the game and what we have in mind, they'll understand the gap more in terms of technology and what we want it to do... The one thing [the gap between Skyrim and Elder Scrolls 6's release] does is people are still playing Skyrim, it's still one of the best-selling games. I know people joke about it online, but it's one of the best-selling games on Switch. Anything we put it out on, it becomes a hit game. And they love it, they still play it, it's almost infinitely playable, all of the mods and everything like that. And we're 8 years post-Skyrim. It lets us know going into Elder Scrolls 6 that this is a game we need to design for people to play for a decade at least, at least". … [Read more...] about Everything we know about The Elder Scrolls 6, from Microsoft exclusivity, game engine, and more
TEHRAN, Nov. 29 (Xinhua) -- Following the recent killing of its top nuclear scientist, Iran has condemned the violence and vowed punishment, while regional countries and global bodies have expressed concern over rising tensions in the region and urged restraint. … [Read more...] about Iran condemns killing of top scientist, int’l community expresses concern
If Iran accumulated sufficient fissile material, it would need to assemble a bomb and probably one small enough to be carried by its ballistic missiles. How long that would take exactly is unclear, but stockpiling enough fissile material is widely seen as the biggest hurdle in producing a weapon. … [Read more...] about How close is Iran to producing a nuclear bomb?