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PTI
December 3, 2020
In a January 2020 lawsuit, Racine claimed Donald Trump's real estate business and other entities misused nonprofit funds to enrich the Trump family


PTI
November 28, 2020
The judgement came four days after Pennsylvania certified Trump's Democratic rival Joe Biden as the winner in the state which has 20 electoral college votes


Associated Press
November 27, 2020
Trump's administration has already given the green light for a formal transition to get underway. But Trump took issue with Biden moving forward


Rashmi Pratap
New Delhi, November 25, 2020
Liquidity rush from major central banks has pushed markets into a high valuation zone. Why investors should tread cautiously as India gets into pandemic fatigue


Ankita Chakravarti
New Delhi, November 24, 2020
Twitter has started warning users who have tried to like or retweet a labeled tweet that contains misinformation.


BusinessToday.In
November 21, 2020
The inflow of funds has risen after the end of election in the United States and weakness in the dollar index


PTI
November 21, 2020
Slogans like- 'America Ka Neta Kaisa Ho Joe Biden Jaisa Ho', 'Trump Hatao America Bachao', 'Biden-Harris ko Jitao, America ko aage badao\"'and 'Jaago America Jaago- Biden Harris ko Vote do'- were released in 14 Indian languages


Reuters
November 20, 2020
The result of the six-day hand recount of the state's 5 million ballots had been widely expected, despite baseless allegations from Trump and his allies that Georgia's vote tallies were suspect because of widespread fraud


BusinessToday.In
November 17, 2020
The market has not taken into account the upcoming growth cycle, the brokerage feels and sees more upside to the index


Reuters
November 17, 2020
CEOs of Facebook and Twitter have been summoned by the US Congress to defend their handling of false claims and disinformation during US presidential elections 2020


Reuters
November 16, 2020
General Services Administration has still not recognized him as president-elect, preventing his team from gaining access to government office space and funding


Reuters
November 16, 2020
Biden defeated Trump in the Nov. 3 election by the same 306-232 margin in the state-by-state Electoral College that Trump proclaimed a \"landslide\" when he won it in 2016


PTI
November 13, 2020
The Executive Order prohibits certain purchases involving publicly traded securities or any securities that are derivative of or are designed to provide investment exposure to such securities of any Chinese military company


BusinessToday.In
November 13, 2020
The 768-page book will be released globally in 25 languages and will chart his initial political career and journey to the White House and his first term as US President


Aseem Thapliyal
November 12, 2020
FIIs have infused Rs 29,782 crore in just eight sessions into the Indian equity market which has been buoyed by prospects of a change in leadership in US and the subsequent result coupled with strong Q2 earnings


Mehak Agarwal
November 12, 2020
Though this tweet got deleted within minutes as it violated Twitter's content policy vis-a-vis US elections, nothing really escapes the radar of the social media


Mukesh Butani | Tarun Jain
November 11, 2020
Trade relations and strategic partnership of India and the US have, in the last two decades, received consistent bipartisan support from lawmakers on both sides


Reuters
November 11, 2020
The president, who has spent months trying to undermine the election results with unproven allegations of fraud, has pledged to go forward with a legal strategy that he hopes will overturn state results that gave Biden the win in Tuesday's vote


PTI
November 11, 2020
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has been declared the winner of the elections by major media networks, as is the tradition in the United States


Uma Purushothaman
November 10, 2020
Indian-American voters reportedly contributed $3 million to 2020 presidential campaigns, which was more than even Hollywood


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