Washington: Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton is the choice of majority of Democrats to run for 2016 Presidential Elections, according to an opinion poll.
The former first lady is
Washington: More than 6 in 10 Americans now favor allowing illegal immigrants to eventually become US citizens, a major increase in support driven by a turnaround in Republicans` opinions after
Washington: A Sikh advocacy group in the US has asked re-elected President Barack Obama to use his second term in office to focus more on issues related to preserving religious freedom.
Washington: Two Republican lawmakers, who courted controversy with their provocative remarks on rape and abortion of the type some Haryana politicians have made, have been defeated scuttling the
Washington: Indian Americans have welcomed the re-election of President Barack Obama saying his administration has delivered and victory is good for the community and India both.
Washington: Barack Obama`s triumph in the US presidential elections has offered him a big opportunity as, USA Today said, after being stymied for the last two years the "president has a chance to
Washington: Now that he has won a second time, President Barack Obama needs to show "bravery" to take on issues he avoided the last time, the Washington Post said Wednesday.
It will be more
Washington: With headlines simply saying "Obama Wins" to just "Second Term", the American media greeted Barack Obama`s re-election as president by giving credit to his team`s campaign strategy
New York: Dating will be a sensitive issue that re-elected US President Barack Obama will have to deal with as his young daughters stay on at the White House for four more years, with the
New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee Wednesday congratulated Barack Obama on his re-election to the White House, and said India looked forward for further progress on cooperation in various
Anandpur Sahib (Pb): Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper Wednesday congratulated Barack Obama on winning a second term to the US presidency.
Harper, who along with his wife Laureen paid
Washington: President Barack Obama’s dramatic re-election victory was not a sign that a fractured nation had finally come together on Election Day, but it was a strong endorsement of economic
Puri: Odisha-based sand sculptor Sudarsan Patnaik today created a seven ft high sand sculpture of Barak Obama to celebrate his victory in the US presidential elections.
Patnaik used about
Jerusalem: While Barack Obama`s victory was lauded across the world, there was uneasiness in the Israeli establishment and concerns in the media over whether the US President would try to extract
Gurgaon: Describing Barack Obama as a man whose "natural instincts are against war", Pakistani politician Imran Khan Wednesday hoped the US President would "give peace a chance" and stop CIA-
New Delhi: Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar Wednesday congratulated Barack Obama on his re-election as the US President, saying his story was an inspiration for the people.
Wishing Obama success
Washington: Chanting "Yes We Can", Barack Hussein Obama made history four years ago as he became America`s first African-American president. On Tuesday, he did it again to retain the world`s most
Washington: US President Barack Obama’s tweet proclaiming ‘four more years’ has become the most popular post on the micro blogging platform ever.
“This happened because of you. Thank you,”
Dharamsala: Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama Wednesday congratulated US President Barack Obama on his re-election and hoped his administration would take steps to find a solution to the
Washington: Mitt Romney Wednesday failed to win both the state of his birth, Michigan, and the state where he lives and served as governor, Massachusetts.
US President Barack Obama defeated
Washington: The 113th US Congress will have at least 19 women senators, the highest ever in the country`s history.
Joining the Senate will be Republican Deb Fischer (Nebraska) and Democrats
Chennai: As people remained glued to TV sets to watch the US Presidential election outcome, the US Consulate General here Wednesday hosted `Election Watch` programmes in three Southern cities for
New York: The Empire State Building on Wednesday was bathed in blue light to mark US President Barack Obama`s re-election, as results were projected on the iconic skyscraper.
Two columns of
Washington: Barack Obama, who was re-elected as US President Wednesday, had invoked the legacies of Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela while appealing to donors for help in seeking a second term,
New Delhi: Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Wednesday expressed the hope that economic ties with the United States would improve with the re-election of Barack Obama as the US President.
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