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New Jersey Republican governor Chris Christie announces presidential bid

Jun 30, 2015

New Jersey Republican governor Chris Christie announces presidential bid

Chris Christie, the governor of New Jersey, which has one of the largest Indian-American population in a US state, on Tuesday launched his bid for president, joining the already crowded presidential race of his Republican party. #World #Barack Obama #US #NewsTracker #New Jersey #Chris Christie #US Presidential Elections #Republican #Presidential bid
Bobby Jindal launches US presidential bid, says it's time for a doer

Jun 25, 2015

Bobby Jindal launches US presidential bid, says it's time for a doer

Indian-American Bobby Jindal on Wednesday projected himself as a "doer" among "talkers" and tried to establish himself as a different candidate as he kicked off his long-shot bid for the 2016 US presidential elections. #Bobby Jindal #NewsTracker #Louisiana #Indian-American #candidate #2016 US presidential elections #US Presidency #doer
Republicans launch blistering attack as Hillary Clinton enters 2016 US presidential race

Apr 14, 2015

Republicans launch blistering attack as Hillary Clinton enters 2016 US presidential race

Hillary Rodham Clinton promptly set off on the campaign trail after making her long awaited entry into the 2016 presidential race, and her potential Republican rivals wasted no time unleashing blistering criticism of the former secretary of state. #US #Democrats #NewsTracker #Hillary Clinton #Republicans #2016 US presidential elections #US presidential residential race
Hillary Clinton 'H' logo on Twitter becomes target for ridicule

Apr 13, 2015

Hillary Clinton 'H' logo on Twitter becomes target for ridicule

Hillary Clinton's campaign rollout on social media set Twitter abuzz as she likely hoped, but part of the discussion quickly veered away from the candidate herself to her new logo, and it got a hearty "thumbs down." #social media #Twitter #Hillary Clinton #TweetFeed #2016 US presidential elections #2016 US presidential campaign
Full marks! On first day of campaign, Hillary Clinton scores massively on social-media

Apr 13, 2015

Full marks! On first day of campaign, Hillary Clinton scores massively on social-media

Presidential contender Hillary Clinton tweeted, Facebooked and YouTubed her way through the first official day of her campaign in a social media strategy that earned her high marks among marketers. #Barack Obama #US presidential campaign #NewsTracker #Hillary Clinton #2016 US presidential elections #2016 presidential polls #USA Presidential Campaign
Benghazi attacks trial Accused Libyan militant pleads not guilty

Jun 30, 2014

Benghazi attacks trial Accused Libyan militant pleads not guilty

A grand jury indictment said Abu Khattala participated in a conspiracy to provide material support and resources to terrorists in the Benghazi attacks. #US #Libya #NewsTracker #Guantanamo #Chris Stevens #Ansar al-Shariah #2012 Benghazi attacks #2012 US presidential elections #Ahmed Abu Khattala #Militancy in Libya
'Thinking' about 2016 run for White House, says Hillary Clinton

Apr 09, 2014

'Thinking' about 2016 run for White House, says Hillary Clinton

Asked again the question on the mind of everyone who follows US politics, Hillary Clinton said on Tuesday she was "thinking" about running for president in 2016. #United States #NewsTracker #TheySaidIt #Hillary Clinton #US President #2016 US presidential elections
Cong must study 1936 US election before seeking opinion poll ban

Nov 05, 2013

Cong must study 1936 US election before seeking opinion poll ban

A straightforward reason for the Congress party wanting opinion polls to be banned is the fact that all the opinion polls expect the party to perform badly in the forthcoming state assembly elections, as well as the Lok Sabha elections, due next year. #United States #Congress #Digvijaya Singh #InMyOpinion #Opinion poll #Election Comission #Franklin D Roosevelt #1936 US Presidential Election
Why study saying social media will decide 2014 polls is wrong

Apr 12, 2013

Why study saying social media will decide 2014 polls is wrong

A new study claims that Facebook users could determine the outcome in up to 160 Lok Sabha seats in the 2014 elections. This is just statistical mumbo-jumbo that oversimplifies the Indian electoral ecosystem. #social media #facebook #Twitter #US Presidential Election 2012 #Malcolm Gladwell