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52.24 per cent turnout till 5 pm in Phase I of Bihar assembly polls: Chief Election Commissioner
A total of 71 assembly constituencies of Bihar went for polls on Wednesday in the first phase of three-phase elections amid tight security and with COVID-19 guidelines in place.
Bihar assembly elections: Stage set for Sharad Yadav’s return to Janata Dal (United)
Yadav had left JD(U) in 2017 after the party under Kumar...
'No option but to come back to India': H-1B visa holders share their fears and hopes ahead of US election
Hundreds of H-1B visa holders affec...
30 days to Election Day, here's an update from the 2020 battleground states
The path to the presidency runs through about a dozen states that President Donald Trump and Joe Biden are seriously contesting — battlegrounds that will decide who wins the Electoral College.
Plenty of people capable of leading Congress, Priyanka Gandhi in book; party says remarks made in 2019
In the book " Conversations with the Next Generation of Political Leaders", she is quoted as saying that Rahul was her leader and will always be.
Nitish insulted my father, worked against LJP candidates in 2019 Lok Sabha polls: Chirag Paswan
Paswan said his party had fought the Lok Sabha polls last year in alliance with the JD(U) because of the "compulsions" brought by the return to the NDA of Kumar, whose party he accused of working against LJP candidates in the general elections in violation of the coalition dharma.
1st phase of Bihar poll passes off peacefully with 54.26 per cent voter turnout
Bihar recorded a 53.54 per cent polling in the first phase of assembly polls on Wednesday, according to a release by the Chief Electoral Officer Bihar.
Donald Trump blasts Facebook, Twitter for censoring article critical of Biden
US President Donald Trump rebuked Facebook and Twitter Wednesday for blocking links to a New York Post article purporting to expose corrupt dealings by election rival Joe Biden and his son in Ukraine.
Ladakh: People's Movement for 6th schedule writes to PM Modi
Locals in Leh observed a protest for half a day on Thursday to press for their unanimous demand. They have also decided to boycott the upcoming Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council elections scheduled on October 16.
1.75 million forest rights claims rejected by state governments
The latest statistics of the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, accessed by ET, reveal that 20 states have rejected 17,52,553 claims under the Scheduled Tribe and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act 2006, or the Forest Rights Act, till March 2020.
Australian state defers Adani coal mine royalties ahead of election
State Treasurer Cameron Dick did not say when Adani would start to pay royalties or how much revenue the state would collect, citing commercial-in-confidence agreements.
Bihar assembly elections 2020: Why PM Modi raked up double engine govt slogan
Addressing his first rally in Sasaram, PM Modi said he had got only three to four years of time to work with Bihar chief minister and JDU president Nitish Kumar. During this limited period, he said, the two governments had done multifold works in the state.
House already won? Nancy Pelosi thinks so, and reaches for more
"This year, I'm trying to win it two years in advance - by being so substantial in this election that as soon as we start into the next year, people will see our strength," Pelosi said. "We intend to hold the House and grow our numbers," she said about the election Nov. 3, and "contribute to winning the Senate and the presidency."
Foreign students show less zeal for US since Trump took over
The session with parents fell in the chaotic first months of Donald Trump's presidency. After an inaugural address proclaiming ``America first,'' two travel bans, a suspended refugee program and hints at restricting skilled worker visas widely used by Indians, parents doubted their children's futures in the U.S.
The two Americas financing Donald Trump and Joe Biden campaigns
It is not just that much of Biden’s strongest support comes overwhelmingly from the two coasts, which it does. Or that Trump’s financial base is in Texas, which it is. It is that across the country, down to the ZIP code level, some of the same cleavages that are driving the 2020 election — along class and education lines — are also fundamentally reshaping how the two parties pay for their campaigns.