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As the United States swings into election mode, ORF is closely monitoring the presidential election developments. The Monito brings news updates; commentaries; opinion polls as well as statements, speeches and interviews by the Presidential candidates. It also looks at the role of the Indian diaspora and its positions on various issues and explore the potential implications of the elections in India.

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