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NEW DELHI, India (Diya TV) – With cryptocurrency prices soaring, and many people now turning their attention toward a mini doge miner to help get a feel for the money that they could receive through cryptocurrency, its use in India has become a major flashpoint, and it’s enough to move the market. Despite confusion over a possible ban, India is getting closer to regulating cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said she wants to foster innovation in crypto and is not closing their minds on what all that may entail. This news has made a lot of Indian crypto fanatics start looking into the Crypto Miner Bros scam, seeing if it’s real or not. This way, they will be able to start mining them once the currencies are regulated because they’ll have the right equipment for it.

Cryptocurrencies have risen throughout the financial world with more and more people wanting to invest and trade with them, so getting involved seems like a positive step forward for digital currency adaptability. Not everyone knows about how cryptocurrencies work, that is why looking into key phrases like “can you buy crypto on commsec?” can help people better understand how they can possibly use it. It will be interesting to see how India adapts to this.

Under new US federal law, crowdfunding campaigns will now be able to raise up to $5 million per year. Sahil Lavingia, CEO of Gumroad, was the first to take advantage of the change. His website allows creators to sell products directly to consumers. In less than a day, he raised the full $5 million and thinks this will be a huge opportunity for startups moving forward.

New York City is using $65 million in Covid-19 relief funds to help out taxi drivers with zero interest loans. But some are wondering if it’s too little too late. Many cabbies are South Asian and were already struggling to repay loans before the coronavirus hit and have been financially devastated by a massive drop in ridership last year.

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Indian student in Ohio dies in car crash

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CLEVELAND (Diya TV) — A student from India is dead following a head on car crash in Ohio. 22 year old Chiru Sai Narendruni was traveling with a group of friends in a car when it collided with another vehicle and he was killed on the spot. Another female in his car suffered critical injuries and is in a coma.

As the Theranos fraud trial continues, the blood testing company’s founder Elizabeth Holmes claims she was the victim of sexual and mental abuse by her former boyfriend, Indian American Ramesh Balwani. In court papers, her lawyers have argued that the alleged abuse interfered with Holmes’ ability to think clearly during the time of the crimes charged by federal prosecutors.

Once again India is the fastest growing economy in the world. The gross domestic product grew by more than 8 percent in the latest quarter, fueled in part by the post pandemic recovery and personal spending. 

Ravi Kapur contributed to this report.

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US-India to relaunch trade policy forum

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WASHINGTON DC (Diya TV) — India and the United States will re-launch the Trade Policy Forum to resolve trade and investment issues between the two countries. Officials say on both sides say they have realized the need for diversifying critical supply chains. India is trying to leverage its competitive advantage in terms of cost, skilled manpower, and huge domestic market, while America continues to tout it’s innovation and investment prowess. 

70 years later a French town is remembering the 74,000 Indian soldiers who died in World War I in Europe. Under British rule at the time, they were deployed to a foreign land to help fight in the war. Their contributions and sacrifices are finally being remembered. 

The Louisiana Association of Business Industry has just awarded Indian American Ajay Patel with the 2021 Company of the Year Award. Patel owns and operates several area McDonald’s franchises in Central and Southwest Louisiana and has been honored many times before for his contributions to the community. 

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1st Omicron COVID case hits California

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SACRAMENTO (Diya TV) — The first U.S. case of the Omicron coronavirus variant has been identified in California. During a White House news briefing, Dr. Anthony Fauci said the case was in an individual who traveled from South Africa on November 22 and tested positive for Covid-19 on November 29. That individual is self-quarantining and close contacts have tested negative for the coronavirus so far. The person was fully vaccinated and is experiencing “mild symptoms, and is also improving.

Cosmetics giant Nykaa and it’s recent initial public offering has made Falguni Nayar the richest self made woman billionaire in India. Along with her drive and business acumen, she being praised for also doing it as a 58 year old entrepreneur. Nykaa joins a growing list of red hot startups to recently go public in India. 

Diya TV’s Kari Lane sat down with writer & director Geeta Malik about her new film “India Sweets and Spices, ” to talk about the soundtrack, global cast, and its homage to Bollywood.

Ravi Kapur contributed to this report.

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