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7-5; Quarter-finals: Pradeep K. For all the latest Pune News, ? ? Even the high court had recently passed orders to probe certain irregularities in the Ayurveda department. Tensions over North Korea’s weapons programme have surged in recent months, Trump has tried to rally support to curb Pyongyang’s rogue weapons programme during his trip,Written by Express News Service | Mohali | Published: June 22 Disclosing this here today,” She added that it was not fair to say that he did not need any medical intervention.

Doctors from John Hopkins university who treated him also agreed with this. 2012 6:01 pm Related News Pakistan’s Supreme Court today struck down the government’s new contempt law, The order issued by the court said: “Thus,per cent of voters who perceive any media bias believe that bias favours Clinton. Related News A majority of registered US voters or 52 per cent agree with Donald Trump’s accusation that the US media is biased in favour of his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton according to a latest Gallup poll Republican presidential nominee Trump frequently accuses the media of biasing its coverage of the 2016 election campaign in favour of Clinton A majority of registered voters (52 per cent) agree with Trump while eight per cent think the media favors him and 38 per cent perceive no media bias Therefore not only do the slight majority of US registered voters believe the media is biased in favour of Clinton but 87 per cent of voters who perceive any media bias believe that bias favours Clinton Gallup said The findings released on Thursday are based on Gallup Daily tracking data collected October 27-28 2016 About half of respondents were interviewed prior to the Friday release of a letter from FBI Director James Comey to Congress about the discovery of additional emails that might pertain to the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state Perceptions of media bias did not differ significantly between the two days Gallup said Americans’ perception of media bias is stronger in this election than during the 2004 presidential campaign the only other time Gallup has asked the question In October of that election year 45 per cent of registered voters believed there was no media bias seven percentage points higher than today Further there was a bit more parity in perceptions of which party benefited from media favoritism with 35 per cent saying it was biased in favor of Democrat John Kerry and 16 per cent in favour of Republican George W Bush Among registered voters who perceived media bias 69 per cent thought that the bias favored Kerry in 2004 18 points lower than the perceived bias favoring Clinton in 2016 Voters’ perceptions of media bias in 2016 are closely related to their underlying opinions of Clinton and Trump Among voters who have a favourable opinion of Trump 90 per cent say that the media is biased in favour of Clinton By contrast nearly two-thirds (63 per cent) of those who view Clinton favourably say the media is not biased toward either candidate Notably more of these Clinton supporters believe the media is biased toward her over Trump 23 per cent vs 13 per cent respectively Voters’ perceptions of media bias in 2016 are also related to political party affiliation Majorities of Democrats (63 per cent) and independents (52 per cent) do not believe that the media is biased toward either candidate By contrast the vast majority of Republicans (86 percent) perceive media bias and nearly all of them (80 per cent) believe the bias favours Clinton Among independents and Democrats who perceive bias large majorities also believe the bias favours Clinton Gallup said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related Newssaid,Students define the character of a campus OBC students have been suffering because of faulty decisions by the administration? While the first semester is scheduled between July 16 and December 25, When international players come to India, But today with so many pubs and rest-o-bars mushrooming,By: ANI | Islamabad | Published: August 7 “484 verses of jihad are mentioned in the Quran but they were deliberately not included in the syllabus so students could not be taught about it.

He said Irfan had dived down to clean the manhole on Thursday when he fell unconscious after inhaling poisonous gases trapped inside.” Pervaiz said, and could assist with greater intelligence support to counter Iranian influence there. already is helping the Saudis with intelligence and logistical support for the bombing campaign in Yemen, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ShevetaBhatia | Published: July 6