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News18 Daybreak | Biden or Trump, India-US Ties Will be the Winner as America Goes to Vote; Delhi Records Over 6,000 Cases in 24 Hrs Amid Rising Pollution and Other Stories You Need to Watch Out For

Nov 04, 2020 09:10 AM IST Daybreak
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Joe Biden Recovers from Florida Shock as Ohio, North Carolina Give Him Comforting Lead, Trump Ahead in Georgia, Michigan

The November 3 presidential election has been billed as one of the most divisive in recent American history. The election is already setting records for turnout, and perhaps no two candidates are more at odds over the future of the country and the direction they want to take it in. Trump, 74, toured the key voting battlegrounds of Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania while his 77-year-old rival campaigned in Pennsylvania and Ohio, urging Americans to back them in the race for the White House. LIVE UPDATES HERE

Ballots Thrown Away, People Voting More Than Once: Watch Out for This Misinformation 

Rigged voting machines. Tossed ballots. Intimidating federal agents. In a year awash in misinformation, it should be no surprise that false reports about the 2020 election are circulating through social media, text messages and emails. On Tuesday, experts who study misinformation and social media companies expect certain rumours to return.

India-US Ties Will be the Winner as America Goes to Vote

Irrespective of who takes the Oval Office next, current President Donald Trump from the Republican Party or Democratic Party’s Joe Biden, India is going to see stronger bilateral relations with the US in days ahead.  With Trump, India is already on a road to becoming one of the most important ally of the world’s most powerful nation with four years of tried and tested approach to take a cue from. With Biden, India can expect some changes to happen, owing to a different party running the US government.

India, US, Japan, Australia Kickstart Malabar Naval Exercise

The navies of India, the US, Japan and Australia held a series of complex manoeuvres in the Bay of Bengal, kick-starting the four-day-long first phase of the Malabar naval exercise, seen as a prelude to future military cooperation among the member nations of the Quad.

Delhi's Daily Covid-19 Tally Crosses 6,000-mark for First Time Amid Rising Pollution, Festive Season Laxity

Delhi recorded over 6,700 fresh COVID-19 cases for the first time taking the infection tally in the national capital to over 4 lakh amid festive season and rising pollution in the city. The 6,725 fresh cases came out of the 59,540 tests conducted the previous day. This is the first time when the number of daily cases has crossed the 6,000-mark.

SRH Thrash MI by 10 Wickets to Seal Playoff Spot at KKR's Expense

Sunrisers Hyderabad defeated Mumbai Indians by 10 wickets in a must-win match to qualify for the play-offs of the Indian Premier League in Sharjah. Half-centuries from David Warner (85*) and Wriddhiman Saha (58*) saw SRH ease past MI, thus sealing a spot in the IPL 2020 playoffs in the process.

Kajal Aggarwal Opens Up About Husband Gautam Kitchlu's 'Emotional' Marriage Proposal

Actress Kajal Aggarwal, who recently got married to businessman Gautam Kitchlu, opened up about their relationship and his 'heartfelt' marriage proposal to her. The couple knew each other for seven years and dated for three years. “Gautam is understated when it comes to romance. He’s not the filmy sort, and I am grateful for it because I have enough of that in my films,” she said.

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