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Opposition will be able to find a common Presidential candidate: Yechury

Exuding confidence that the opposition parties would be able to put up a common candidate in the coming presidential polls, CPI-M General Secretary Sitaram Yechury on Sunday said the effort was to zero in on a person capable of preserving the secular democratic fabric of the constitution.

Hillary Clinton to launch anti-Trump resistance

Hillary Clinton to launch anti-Trump resistance

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will soon launch a political organisation aimed at funding "resistance" groups that will stand up to President Donald Trump, the media reported.

French media accuse Marine Le Pen's party of curbing access

More than 30 French media outlets have signed a petition protesting against what they termed restricted access to far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen offered by her National Front party, organisers said on Friday.

Donald Trump denounced by another Republican Congressman

Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger said on Wednesday that he doesn`t see how he can endorse his party`s nominee for the White House, Donald Trump.

Trump nears end of vice presidential search

Trump nears end of vice presidential search

Republican Donald Trump neared the end of his vice presidential search on Thursday.

Bill Clinton bats for Hillary on campaign trail

Bill Clinton stepped into the limelight Monday, making his first solo campaign appearance in wife Hillary`s 2016 bid for the White House.

Presidential hopeful Donald Trump says would consider closing some US mosques

Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump said that the United States should "strongly consider" shuttering some mosques.

US heading towards European way of economic crisis: Bobby Jindal

Indian-American Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal has said the US is heading towards the European way on economic crisis with USD 18 trillion in debt, record low participation rate in the workforce and record number of Americans on food stamps.

Republican presidential candidate favours increase in H1B visa

A leading Republican presidential candidate has favoured substantial increase in the number of H-1B visas, arguing that there is shortage of highly skilled manpower in the US, according to media reports.