Editorial: Tension, talks

The current India-China border tensions reflect a disturbing trend of growing Chinese aggression and assertion in the region and toward allies and partners of the United States, President Joe Biden’s pick for top Pentagon policy job, Colin Kahl, has told lawmakers. Continue Reading

WHO is vital to contain Covid-19 pandemic: US

The US rejoined the World Health Organisation (WHO) on Wednesday in one of the first official orders of the Joe Biden presidency, reversing a key foreign policy decision his predecessor Donald Trump took last year after accusing the UN health agency of incompetence and bowing to Chinese pressure over the coronavirus pandemic. Continue Reading

Editorial: Lessons from India

Over 135 crore population, diverse backgrounds and geographies, mammoth manpower needed to carry out the whole process. But still, India’s election exercise has always been smooth and there are no disputes like the ones the whole world is witnessing in the United States polls now. Continue Reading

US election results: As Biden leads White House race, Trump cries foul

After three days, America is still waiting for the results of the US presidential election, as is the rest of the world. The fight between Republican President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden is so close the media is holding back on making projections until the last votes are tallied. Continue Reading

Biden predicts victory in US election

Democrat Joe Biden predicted a US election win over President Donald Trump after pivotal victories in Michigan and Wisconsin, while the Republican incumbent sought to offset a narrowing path to re-election with lawsuits and demands for a recount. Continue Reading

US polls: Trump claims victory, says he’ll move Supreme Court to dispute counting

US President Donald Trump, addressing a press conference at a little past 2 am on Wednesday local time, accused the Joe Biden campaign of election fraud, and said he would move the US Supreme Court. Continue Reading