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SPAN 24m
Let’s kick off the , a joint initiative of the State Department & the U.S. Department of , with this article on why should consider in the :
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Ken Juster 18m
Pleased to welcome H.E. Satoshi Suzuki to the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi. Look forward to continuing our strong partnership with Japan on issues of mutual interest in the region.
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TRAFFIC India Office 16h
New Delhi results are out. Team ERROR: ERROR NOT FOUND is the winner while Team KYROS is the runners up. Congrats to the winners & thank you to all the participants who spent their weekend to help end .
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U.S. Department of State | Science Diplomacy USA 12h
Great job! So happy you could participate!
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U.S. Department of State | Science Diplomacy USA 17h
are pretty fierce; just like some of our participants who are finalizing their solutions to . We will find out the lucky winners today.
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Ken Juster Nov 16
Wonderful time at the India Art Festival in New Delhi. Great display of art by galleries and artists throughout . Deeply touched by the art of the blind children.
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Ken Juster Nov 16
Honored to commemorate the hard work, dedication, and sacrifice of the during the 244th birthday cake-cutting ceremony at the U.S. Embassy, New Delhi. Thank you for your service and continued commitment to keep our nation safe. OORAH!
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TRAFFIC India Office 21h
Creative minds at work at , New Delhi on Day 2 . Looking forward to presentation of their solutions to end later today. Good Luck teams.
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U.S. Department of State | Science Diplomacy USA Nov 16
Our participants are coding solutions to help and save iconic species around world including these incredible African 🐘 @USEmbassyBogot
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U.S. Embassy India Nov 16
Delhi's is off and running! Some of India's brightest minds are working to
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Nishant Pagare Nov 15
2019 commences in Delhi!! 18 Teams, 75 participants come together to Trafficking. Kudos to efforts of to end
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U.S. Embassy India Nov 15
GOOD LUCK to all of the teams participating in in New Delhi! Think creatively, become inspired & build upon your skills! We look forward to seeing your demos and prototypes!
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Ken Juster Nov 15
Enjoyed visiting the supported Vishakapatnam Smart City Operation Center and meeting with Commissioner . 's Smart Cities Mission opens up enormous possibilities for our countries to collaborate & build sustainable cities for the future.
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Ken Juster Nov 15
Great to be on board USS Germantown. Many thanks to the crew for your warm welcome, and best of luck in the upcoming tri-services exercise .
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TRAFFIC India Office Nov 15
, New Delhi begins. Happy two days of coding! to all the participants. Looking forward to some innovative solutions to . Good luck!
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U.S. Embassy India Nov 15
Deputy Chief of Mission Edgard Kagan was honored to attend the Sixth Annual National Conference on Disability in Delhi. Impressed by the amazing work being done by and the National Abilympic Association of India!
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U.S. Embassy India Nov 15
This weekend, November 16-17, we are hosting a Zoohackathon! Follow to see the solutions that our teams.
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U.S. Embassy India Nov 14
Which country is home to the most wild tigers?
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U.S. Embassy India Nov 14
Learn  with us! “See Which Way the Wind Blows” is like the popular Hindi expression, “तेल देखो, तेल की धार देखो”. It means “to determine what stance to take based on what others want”. Try using this English idiom with your friends!  
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