HindustanTimes Mon,03 Aug 2015


Pramit Pal Chaudhuri: Electoral Esperanto

The electoral college is actually quite simple in concept.

Yashwant Raj: Shooting hoops with Obama

Yashwant Raj tracks the US elections from ground zero.

Romney seeks momentum in campaign swing

Republican Mitt Romney hits the campaign trail hard this week to try to inject some fresh momentum into his flagging presidential bid as polls show his path to the White House narrowing.

Obama plays catch-up after lethargic debate

President Barack Obama spent Thursday firing off the lines he missed in his debate with Mitt Romney, clawing at his Republican foe in a bid to deprive him of a well earned polling boost.

All opaque on India

Is it better to be steamrollered or simply ignored? If Mitt Romney wins the polls, both options will probably be on the table for New Delhi, writes Rashmee Roshan Lall.

The truth of the relationship

The US and China would rather work with each other than confront each other, even if they are perceived as rivals. Ali Velshi writes.

Obama the Vulnerable

The US president’s new coalition is smaller than the one in 2008 due to his failure to do much for the personal economic state of his people, writes Pramit Pal Chaudhuri.

The lines will blur

The US presidential election hangs on statistically insignificant polling trends. Neither the incumbent, President Barack Obama, nor his Republican rival, Mitt Romney, is in a position to be completely confident of victory.