Full Coverage - US Election 2010

US Election 2010

Barack Obama to take oath on Bibles used by Lincoln, Martin Luther Jr

Though there is no constitutional requirement for use of a Bible during swearing-in, presidents have traditionally used Bibles for the ceremony.


The three Deols - Dharmendra, Sunny and Bobby - team up for the comic caper Yamla Pagla Deewana.
Bollywood actors don't reinvent themselves: Bobby Deol

Monday , 13 December '10

Bobby said he does not need to reinvent himself to survive in the film industry and that it's all about luck.
And now on to the White House

Tuesday , 9 November '10

But the Republicans may have to fight a civil war on the way
India's Punjab celebrates Nikki Haley's election in the US

Monday , 8 November '10

When Nikki Haley won election last week as governor of South Carolina, a small town halfway across the world in India's Punjab exploded in celebration.
Nikki Haley’s beaming family remembers her a studious, sharp, little girl

Friday , 5 November '10

It is the best Diwali ever for Nikki Haley's extended family in Amritsar, reports Dharmendra Rataul.
President Barack Obama gestures during a news conference in the East Room of the White House.
After 'shellacking,' Obama laments disconnect with voters

Thursday , 4 November '10

But Obama dismissed the charge that his economic policies are taking the country backward.
Palin ahead in 2012 race for US president

Thursday , 4 November '10

Palin is slowly emerging as kingmaker since many of the candidates she endorsed won these polls
House Republican Leader John Boehner, who broke into tears during his speech, waves after addressing supporter...
America gridlocked

Thursday , 4 November '10

Republicans captured control of the House of Representatives.
Nikki Haley wins South Carolina Governor race, scripts history

Thursday , 4 November '10

Indian-American Nikki Haley of Republican party scripted history in US politics by winning the governorship of South Carolina.
US vote outcome is an “earthquake": Sarah Palin

Wednesday , 3 November '10

The charismatic leader is now likely to be urged to run for President
Republican resurgence a warning for Obama for 2012
Republican resurgence a warning for Obama for 2012: Analysis

Wednesday , 3 November '10

American voters have delivered a sour warning to President Barack Obama just two years after he celebrated his election in front of a roaring crowd -- forget the change agenda and connect with the people.
US polls-Financials: Stalemate seen in US Congress on banking, housing

Wednesday , 3 November '10

Republicans grabbed the steering wheel of the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday, but weren't expected to get out of the driveway when it comes to restraining Wall Street reforms and fixing housing finance.
Congress likely to be divided, gridlocked: Analysis

Wednesday , 3 November '10

Voters disenchanted at unemployment swept Republicans into control of the House of Representatives, yet left the Senate in Democratic hands.
California rejects climate law challenge

Wednesday , 3 November '10

A California ballot measure that sought to suspend the state\'s landmark global warming law failed at the polls on Tuesday, marking a big victory for environmentalists and the growing alternative energy sector.
Americans vote against Obama's party, Republicans take House

Wednesday , 3 November '10

Dealing a body blow to President Barack Obama, US voters frustrated over his economic policies today delivered a stunning defeat to his Democratic Party handing control of the House of Representatives to opposition Republicans, who also made big gains in the powerful Senate.
Likely gridlock in Congress could threaten economy

Wednesday , 3 November '10

Political gridlock is supposed to be good for business. If bickering lawmakers can't agree on anything, the thinking goes, they can't pass laws and regulations that make the economy worse.
Republicans capture at least 10 governorships

Wednesday , 3 November '10

Republicans on Tuesday captured governorships that had been held by Democrats in at least 10 states, including some key presidential battlegrounds, and hoped for even more statehouse gains.
Democrats lose Obama's former Senate seat

Wednesday , 3 November '10

Republican Mark Kirk has captured the Senate seat once held by President Barack Obama, dealing an embarrassing blow to Democrats.
Democratic Sen. Daniel Inouye re-elected to 9th term

Wednesday , 3 November '10

Sen. Daniel Inouye has won a ninth term after coasting to victory over a Republican with little money or name recognition.