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Japan Elections: Ruling coalition LDP Romps Home, PM Abe Thanks Voters

Despite adverse predictins, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has romped home with a two-third majority in elections held in view of renewed “recession” and the so-called Abenomics or his strategy to counter the downtrend in the country’s economy. The Sunday poll showed Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party (LDP)-led ruling coalition getting two-thirds of the seats in the lower house of ...

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Binny Likely to Contest against Former AAP Chief Kejriwal in Delhi

After being expelled from the Aam Aadmi Party months ago, Vinod Kumar Binny is actively back in Delhi for contesting in election against his former party chief Arvind Kejriwal. Though he has not yet declared from which constituency he will contest from, chances are high for him to contest from New Delhi Assembly. Binny has contested from Laxmi Nagar assembly ...

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Over 40 Per Cent Turnout Amid Violence in Haryana

In the midst of clashes and firing, voters have formed long queues at polling stations across Haryana, where balloting was in full swing for 90 assembly seats on Wednesday. About 40 percent polling was reported from Haryana till 1 p.m. In 10 out of Haryana’s 21 districts, the voter turnout has crossed 40 percent till 1 p.m. These included Kurukshetra, ...

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U.S. Presidential Election: How voters are under never-before ad attack?

By C. Subramanyam  WASHINGTON: In this presidential election, American voters are coming under an ad attack like never before. By the time voters go to the polls on November 6, they would’ve been bombarded by $1 billion worth of ads – mostly on television – aired by President Barack Obama, his Republican challenger Mitt Romney and independent groups that support ...

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