Dan Koeck | Reuters Corn and soybean farmer William Hejl checks one of his soybean fields in Amenia, North Dakota, July 6, 2018 The U.S. government’s payments to farmers as part of trade aid relief will temporarily stop next week if the federal shutdown continues, according to the Department of Agriculture. The federal government went … Read more Government shutdown could delay aid payments to farmers hurt by the Trump-China trade war
West Bengal Commission for Protection of Child Rights and an NGO are hosting a conference in Kolkata. Kolkata: Shocking figures have been shared by the International Criminal Police Organisation or Interpol on the growing number of online child sexual abuse cases in India: 2.4 million cases reported in 2017, and that could be just the tip … Read more FBI, Facebook To Meet In Kolkata On Tackling Online Child Sex Abuse
55 View Slideshow NEW YORK,December 2, 2018 by Nicole Phelps Alexander Wang kicked off a trio of name-in-lights shows happening in New York this week. When he went rogue in June, presenting his Spring 2019 collection three months ahead of the rest of the American industry, he was a definite outlier. There remains a question … Read more Alexander Wang
Interesting bedfellows Image: InDigital When Melania Trump wore a jacket emblazoned with ‘I Really Don’t Care, Do U?’ to a migrant shelter, her choice of clothing was obviously derided globally. It was a tone-deaf move but also served as a reminder that fashion is very much an integral part of the political conversation. London-based designer … Read more Do fashion and politics belong together?