Donald Trump Vs. Hilary Clinton: US Presidential elections 2016
Donald Trump Vs. Hilary Clinton: US Presidential elections 2016Reuters

Here are some of the top stories from International Business Times, India, that have broken through the day so far:

1.  Two American astronauts cast their 'space vote' for US presidential elections

NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough has cast his vote for the US presidential elections from International Space Station. He did so after filing his electronic absentee ballot. Read more...

2. Modi govt says it deserves credit for bringing nuclear programme to North India

The current government of PM Narendra Modi has made "rapid strides" to advance India's nuclear programme, claimed Dr Jitendra Singh, Minister of State for Development of North Eastern Region on Sunday during the visit to the newly set up 'Hall of Nuclear Power' up at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Read more...

3.  News Corp reports lower revenues on falling print advertisement income

News Corp, the US-based media group that owns Dow Jones Newswires, HarperCollinsPublishers, New York Post and Wall Street Journal, posted $15 million loss in the September 2016 quarter on account of a fall in its main business segment. Advertisement revenues declined 11 percent. Read more...

4. NBA results: Stephen Curry's 13 three-pointers seals the game for Warriors against Pelicans

Stephen Curry had an unforgettable night in their last match against Los Angeles Lakers, missing all his three-point attempts, which was unheard from the Warriors star. But Curry, after that disappointing performance, was determined to prove that he is one of the best, if not the best, sharp shooters in the game as he scored 13 three-pointers en route to his 46-point display to beat New Orleans Pelicans on Monday. Read more...

5. US Presidential Election 2016: Celebrities who endorse Clinton and who are siding with Trump

There are only a few hours left before America decides who gets to be their next President. This year, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and her rival Republican nominee Donald Trump have divided the American voters in a battle of personalities and have used celebrities' support to further their campaign. Read more...

 

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