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Air Quality Data Information

U.S. Mission India NowCast Air Quality Index The U.S. Embassy and Consulates’ air quality monitors measure airborne fine particulate matter (commonly referred to as PM 2.5 because they are less than or equal to 2.5 microns in diameter) on the compounds of the Embassy and Consulates. Data from a single monitoring station cannot be applied ...
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Air Quality Data Information

U.S. Mission India NowCast Air Quality Index The U.S. Embassy and Consulates’ air quality monitors measure airborne fine particulate matter (commonly referred to as PM 2.5 because they are less than or equal to 2.5 microns in diameter) on the compounds of the Embassy and Consulates. Data from a single monitoring station cannot be applied ...
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Loss of U.S. Citizenship (i.e. Expatriation)

**IMPORTANT INFORMATION** The U.S. Embassy and Consulates in India will only accept appointments for Loss of Nationality applications from individuals resident in India.  Legal Requirements Review  legal requirements and possible expatriating acts  before beginning this process. Loss of U.S. citizenship is a serious and irrevocable act which deserves your thoughtful consideration. It is imperative that you fully understand the nature of its ...
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DFC and Biological E. Limited Finalize Financing Arrangement to Expand COVID-19 Vaccine Manufacturing Capabilities in India

HYDERABAD, India – U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) COO David Marchick and Biological E. Limited Managing Director Mahima Datla today unveiled the expansion of Biological E.’s vaccine manufacturing facility in Hyderabad and finalized a U.S. government financing arrangement formalizing $50 million to expand the company’s capacity to produce COVID-19 vaccines. The continued partnership will help ...
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U.S. and Indian Army Kick-Off Exercise Yudh Abhyas in Alaska

Oct., 15, 2021, paratroopers with the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, “Spartan Brigade,” and Indian Army troops from 7th Battalion, The Madras Regiment, “Shandaar Saath,” marked the beginning of exercise Yudh Abhyas 21 with a ceremony here. Approximately 350 Indian Army troops and 400 U.S. paratroopers will participate in the two-week ...
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