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India is seeking the cooperation of a number of foreign jurisdictions,s no research, Republican strategists nationwide publicly concede Hillary Clinton has a firm grip on the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House _ and may be on her way to an even more decisive victory over Donald Trump.“He is on track to totally and completely melting down” said Republican pollster Whit Ayres who is advising Florida Sen Marco Rubio’s re-election campaign Like many Republican strategists he was willing to speak publicly about the GOP nominee’s rough road ahead at the end of an unprecedented campaign Things can change before Election Day There is one more presidential debate and Trump has rallied before His core supporters remain strongly committed But along with indicators such as polling campaign travel staffing and advertising the interviews with Republican political professionals unaffiliated with the Trump campaign suggest only an epic collapse by Clinton would keep her from winning enough states to become president In the past week Trump’s campaign has been hit by allegations the New York billionaire sexually accosted several women over the past three decades Early voting in pivotal North Carolina and Florida shows positive signs for Clinton and donations to the Republican National Committee are down about a quarter over the past three months from the same period in 2012 when Mitt Romney was the nominee Preference polling in the past week meanwhile has generally moved in Clinton’s direction with the Democrat improving in national surveys and in a number of contested states If the election were held today Clinton would likely carry the entire West Coast and Northeast as well as most of the Great Lakes region _ a place Trump once identified as ripe territory for his populist message against free trade Only Ohio is a toss-up in that part of the country but the perennial battleground may not play a decisive role come Election Day this year due to Clinton’s strength _ and Trump’s weaknesses _ elsewhere Trump and running mate Mike Pence have made a hard play for Pennsylvania a state carried by the Democratic nominee in the past six elections But their strategy to hold down Clinton in Philadelphia and its suburbs while running up Trump’s vote total in more conservative parts of the state has failed to materialize “He’s getting his brains beat in by women in the Philly suburbs” said Ed Goeas a Republican pollster who is surveying presidential battlegrounds and several states with races for US Senate Trump was already struggling to attract support from women before his first debate with Clinton in late September It was at that event in New York where Clinton stung Trump by reviving his past shaming of a former Miss Universe for gaining weight Trump’s response calling the contestant’s weight gain “a real problem” in a TV interview the next day was quickly eclipsed by the publication of a video from 2005 on which the Republican bragged about using his fame to prey on women An apology followed but Trump also insisted his comments were nothing more than “locker room talk” He denied at the candidates’ second debate that he ever acted in the ways he discussed in the 2005 video Within days several women had come forward to accuse Trump of unwanted sexual advances and sexual assault He responded by calling his accusers liars and on Friday suggested they were in some instances not physically attractive enough to merit his attention “His entire tack could not be better designed to drive away college-educated women” said Ayres the GOP pollster Educated women living in suburbs have long been a key part of the GOP coalition but polls indicate the revelations about Trump’s behavior have pushed them toward Clinton in the battleground states of Colorado and Virginia The events have also foiled Trump’s late-in-the-campaign plan to re-ignite his hope of carrying Wisconsin Trump and Pence were to campaign with House Speaker Paul Ryan in his home state a day after the 2005 video was made public Ryan withdrew his invitation to Trump and Pence later cancelled Trump can still count on carrying states across the West the Great Plains and in the South but Ayers and other Republicans predict he may ultimately end up with fewer than 200 Electoral College votes Should the Republican fall short in Pennsylvania he would need to post victories in both Florida and Ohio as well as several other battlegrounds _ North Carolina Virginia Nevada and New Hampshire among them _ to reach 270 But that’s only if he prevails in reliably Republican Arizona Georgia and Utah In Utah Trump’s deep unpopularity among the large population of Mormon voters could lead to four candidates winning 10 percent or more of the state’s vote That kind of uncertainty opens the door to a win there for Clinton or for third-party candidates Evan McMullin and Gary Johnson In Arizona won by the Republican nominee in all but one election since 1952 Trump’s characterization of some Hispanic immigrants as criminals has turned off many in the state’s growing and Democratic-leaning Hispanic community GOP nominees have carried Georgia in seven of the last eight presidential elections But about a quarter of the state’s voters are African American a reliably Democratic-voting bloc Like Virginia Georgia is also home to well-educated young professionals more likely to favor Clinton said Chris Jankowski a Virginia-based national GOP consultant “With Trump bleeding out he could find himself competing to win the white vote in Georgia” Jankowski said “That’s when you know it’s over” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Seoul | Updated: April 28 2014 12:26 pm North Korea likened Park Geun-Hye to a “comfort woman” and accused her of pandering to her “pimp” Barack Obama (AP) Related News South Korea lashed out on Monday at an “unspeakable” personal attack on its president a day after Pyongyang called Park Geun-Hye a “prostitute” In a vicious statement released through state media North Korea likened Park Geun-Hye to a “comfort woman” and accused her of pandering to her “pimp” Barack Obama The word used can also mean “sugar daddy” The vitriol came after the US president who visited South Korea last week as part of an Asian tour joined Park to urge the North to abandon its nuclear ambitions and warned it against staging another atomic test The North’s Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea accused Park of being Obama’s “puppet” in their bid to further isolate Pyongyang “She… laid bare her despicable true colours as… a dirty comfort woman for the US and despicable prostitute selling off the nation” it said The astonishing invective follows months of increasingly colourful personal attacks on Park in which the North has likened her to a “peasant woman babbling to herself” and said she is a “low-quality politician” who talks “nonsense gibberish” Seoul hit back today at the latest “immoral” utterances and urged Pyongyang to honour an agreement reached in February in which both sides said they would lay off the verbal fisticuffs “The North… not only broke the agreement once again but also continued to issue unspeakable curses and foul words in an immoral act” said Kim Eui-Do spokesman for the unification ministry which handles cross-border affairs “If the North has the slightest feeling for its own people… it should stop its senseless behaviour and take the path to cooperation and joint prosperity” he said Vituperative outbursts from the isolated regime are nothing new and Park’s predecessor Lee Myung-Bak was rarely referred to without having an unflattering adjective attached to his name But attacks on Park — South Korea’s first female president — have frequently taken a highly misogynistic tone For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: October 15 2010 11:25 pm Related News Mumbai Metro Transport Private Limitedthe Special Purpose Vehicle set up to execute the Charkop-Bandra-Mankhurd Metro corridorhas announced the financial closure for the Rs-11500 crore project The cost would be met through a mix of equitydebt and viability gap grant from MMRDA The construction is expected to start by the end of January 2011 The 32 km-project has received sanction of about Rs 7000 crore While the equity for the project would be infused primarily by Reliance Infrastructure Limitedthe project will also get a viability gap fund of Rs 2298 crore from MMRDA According to a statement by RInfrathe transaction led by Axis Bank witnessed participation from IDBI Bank and Reliance Capital and its associates and was completed in a record time of less than 9 months Lalit JalanCEO & Whole-time directorReliance Infrastructure Limited said?fast and convenient mode of travel to daily commuters. For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | United Nations | Published: April 19 2017 8:35 am US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley (Source: AP) Top News The United States has singled out North Korea and Syria over human rights violations and warned at the United Nations that new conflicts could be triggered by abuses in Iran Cuba and North Korea US ambassador Nikki Haley made the case at the Security Council yesterday that more attention should be focused on rights abuses to prevent conflict a view challenged by Russia China and other countries at the UN body “When a state begins to systematically violate human rights it is a sign it is a red flag it’s a blaring siren — one of the clearest possible indicators that instability and violence may follow and spill across borders” said Haley Turning to Syria she recalled that the war now in its seventh year began with anti-government protests and took a swipe at the council for being “reluctant to address” the crisis early on In North Korea “systematic human rights violations underwrite the country’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs” she argued “The next international crisis could very well come from places where human rights are widely disregarded Perhaps it will be North Korea or Iran or Cuba” she said Haley also mentioned cases of torture in Burundi and Myanmar’s crackdown on ethnic Rohingyas as human rights concerns The United States which holds the council presidency this month was able to hold the meeting on human rights following negotiations with countries that did not want it to be a formal agenda item Seven countries — Russia China Egypt Ethiopia Kazakhstan Bolivia Senegal — raised objections with many arguing that the UN Human Rights Council was the venue for such discussion In the end human rights were discussed under the existing “international peace and security” agenda item at the Security Council During the meeting Chinese Ambassador Liu Jieyi devoted his remarks on poverty as one of the root causes of conflict and notably did not mention human rights “All nations should take development as a first priority” he said Russian Deputy Ambassador Evgeniy Zagaynov argued that the Security Council would be extending its mandate of preserving peace and security if it were to tackle human rights Such a move would lead to a “politicization” of the Security Council and “lower trust” in its work argued the Russian envoy In a jab at the United States Bolivia argued that joining the International Criminal Court would help advance human rights The United States has not signed the Rome statute establishing the ICC Human rights groups were skeptical of the US push for the meeting raising questions about President Donald Trump’s commitment to ending violations “If the Trump administration wants to burnish its reputation on rights it should address problems at home such as its discriminatory travel ban on people from six Muslim majority countries” said Akshaya Kumar deputy UN director at Human Rights Watch For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News Joe Biden’s hands lingered for roughly 20 seconds until he leaned in and whispered in her ear. 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as Prime Minister, The aim is to complete this centre with in the period of 12th Five Year Plan.