Former top-tier presidential candidate Kamala Harris ends 2020 White House bid
Harris, 55, would have been the first woman and second black U.S. president if elected next November. But her wavering views on how to solve the nation's healthcare problems and whether to embrace her past as a prosecutor were among the missteps that dragged down the campaign after its glitzy launch in January.
Why are Republicans hell-bent on exposing Trump whistleblower?
The whistleblower, a U.S. intelligence official who complained about Trump's J...
New bill in US Senate for more green cards
Democratic party senators Dick Durbin and Patrick Leahy introduced on Wednesday the Resolving Exte...
Sharad Pawar meets Sonia Gandhi, says government formation with Sena in Maharashtra not discussed
Addressing a press conference, Pawar said he briefed Gandhi about the political situation in Maharashtra and that there was no talk on government formation in the state. "We have discussed in detail the political situation in Maharashtra," he said.
US House passes Hong Kong rights bills, Donald Trump expected to sign
The House sent the bills to the White House after voting 417 to 1 for the "Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act," which the Senate passed unanimously on Tuesday. Strong support had been expected after the House passed a similar bill last month.
Donald Trump, Kamala Harris spar on Twitter over her withdrawal from Presidential poll
The 55-year-old Indian-origin Democratic White House hopeful announced on Tuesday that she is withdrawing from the crowded Presidential race, citing financial woes to sustain her campaign.
Trump aims to turn impeachment probe into campaign asset
Trump is facing an investigation provoked by his unprecedented call for Ukraine and then China to assist in digging up dirt on his political rivals.
US Congress passes Uyghur bill; China threatens possible retaliation
The US House of Representatives on Tuesday passed the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act, which among other things, proposes that America redirects resources to address the mass internment of over 1,000,000 Uyghurs and other Muslim ethnic minorities in China.
Allies in dilemma on whether or not to contest on BJP symbol
The BJP has a tie up with RPI(A) and when the latter demanded the seat for contesting the Bhusawal civic polls, the BJP gave the seat to RPI on one condition – Kharat should contest on the BJP symbol.
Athawale 'not satisfied' with NDA's Maharashtra seat-share deal
"Not satisfied with the BJP-Shiv Sena-RPI seat-share," Republican Party of India chief and Union Minister Ramdas Athawale tweeted Saturday e...
NSCN-IM seeks time as govt sticks to October 31 deadline
While the contentious demand for a separate Naga flag and constitution remained inconclusive, NSCN-IM has sought more time and an extension of the October 31 deadline to wrap up the talks and ink the peace pact.
Citizenship Amendment Bill: Arunachal govt sets up panel to safeguard rights of indigenous people
The state government stated that the consultative committee will conduct meetings with all stakeholders
Trump, touting 2020 clout, mocks GOP rivals as `Three Stooges'
US President Donald Trump seemingly attacked Joe Walsh, Mark Sanford and Bill Weld - all running against him in 2020.
'Howdy, Modi!' organised, funded by US-based volunteers, not party or government: BJP
The event was held in Houston, Texas on September 22 and about 50,000 people of Indian origin from across the US attended it.
Chhota Rajan's brother gets ticket from Ramdas Athawale's party
The RPI, led by Union minister Ramdas Athawale, has been given six seats as part of the seat-sharing deal between the BJP, Shiv Sena and other smaller allies for the October 21 state elections.
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