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Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Standoff with Donald Trump: University of Michigan declines to discharge migration status of global understudies

NEW DELHI: The University of Michigan on Saturday resisted US President Donald Trump's official request on Muslim foreigners and refugees+ and declined to discharge the migration status data of its global understudies.

"The college agrees to government necessities related with dealing with its worldwide projects," Schlissel said in the announcement. "Something else, the college does not share touchy data like migration status."

The announcement centered the University's commitment and Schlissel's own dedication to the foundation's global group.

The University has been conceding remote understudies since the late 1840s, the announcement said.

"Encouraging a domain that advances instruction and research at the largest amounts is among my most imperative duties as the University of Michigan's leader," Schlissel said.

" The initiative of the college is focused on securing the rights and openings at present accessible to all individuals from our scholarly group, and to do whatever is conceivable inside the law to keep on identifying, select, bolster and hold scholastic ability, at all levels, from around the globe. Trump's illicit Muslim boycott is a demonstration of dread against understudies who are in this nation legitimately to get a training. Colleges the nation over are scrambling to console understudies and keep them from leaving the nation," Schlissel said.

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Sunday, 2 April 2017

Trump Talks Tough on U.S.-China Trade but Delays Real Action

SHANGHAI — President Trump seemed to finish on Friday on his guarantees to get extreme on exchange with China, not as much as seven days before he is to meet with President Xi Jinping of China.

In two official requests, Mr. Trump called for more tightly requirement of taxes forced in hostile to dumping and against appropriation exchange cases, and in addition a complete survey of the United States exchange shortfalls — measures that mirror America's financial pressures with China. A couple of prior presidential Twitter presents played on the extreme talk: Mr. Trump said one week from now's meeting with China "will be an extremely troublesome one," given the "huge exchange deficiencies" and "employment misfortunes."

Yet, underneath the surface, the moves deceived an exchange arrangement in confuse, with the organization beset by staffing inadequacies and an absence of accord over key course. With more talk than activity, the requests so far appear to be more similar to a postponing strategy that gives organization authorities an opportunity to think of a brought together exchange approach, which has escaped them up until this point. Mobile Number database provider

The postponements in organizing a general exchange strategy, especially the 90 days for exploring exchange deficiencies, could likewise have geopolitical points of interest. By putting off choices on financial arrangement, Mr. Trump gets a chance to center one week from now with Mr. Xi on North Korea. American authorities are progressively worried that North Korea may as of now have mounted an atomic weapon on an intercontinental ballistic rocket that can achieve the United States or will soon have the capacity to do as such.


Sunday, 22 January 2017

Feeling forgotten by Obama, people in this Ohio town look to Trump with cautious hope

WILMINGTON, Ohio — Guy Ashmore knew this election was different because the signs were still up. Usually the only ones that remained after the votes were counted and the winner was announced were those wedged into the ground along the state roads or the forgotten billboards on the interstate.

But after Donald Trump had won the presidency, and days turned into weeks, Ashmore, a lifelong farmer with a graying beard and a mutt named Bode, kept seeing the signs. They weren’t just along the medians; they were still in people’s yards.

“Some still have two or three up,” said Ashmore, 58. “I don’t know if it’s because they elected a winner or they think Trump is going to come in and do something incredible.”

Here in Wilmington, the phrase “Make America Great Again” is not just a slogan. It’s an expectation. Trump came here twice during the campaign, promising to be the voice of “the forgotten men and women of America.” Wilmington and surrounding Clinton County responded by casting more votes for Trump than any president since Ronald Reagan was re-elected in 1984.

Now, as Trump takes office, many residents are cautiously hopeful that the new president will deliver. For Wilmington, his presidency could mean the return of a bustling Main Street. A time when Mac D’s pub was packed as the afternoon shifts ended and the the fast food joints in town only took an hour to clean in the middle of the night before workers started streaming back in.

“I don’t really know what it is, or if I have the pulse on it,” Ashmore said of Trump’s effect on the town. “But it’s optimism.”


Monday, 28 November 2016

US mosques receive letters threatening Muslims

WASHINGTON: Amid reports of spurt in hate crimes against Muslims after the electoral victory of Donald Trump+ , several mosques in the US have allegedly received threatening letters and emails against the community in the country.

An anonymous handwritten letter, which so far has been received by three mosques in California and one in Georgia, warned Muslims to "pack your bags and get out of dodge as Trump is going to cleanse America and make it shine again".

"There's a new sheriff in town — President Donald Trump. He's going to cleanse America and make it shine again. And, he's going to start with you Muslims," the letter states, according to Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR. "And, he's going to do to you Muslims what Hitler did to the jews (sic)."

The document has prompted council chapters in California to appeal for stepped-up police protection of mosques.