In the image, Kamala Harris, depicted as goddess Durga, was seen killing US President Donald Trump, who was depicted as buffalo demon 'Mahishasura'.
The Commission said microphones of both candidates will be on during open-discussion segments of the debate, reported CNBC News
The enmity also extends into defence and human rights, with Taiwan, Hong Kong and the treatment of China's Muslim Uighur minority all making waves in US.
The Florida race is tightening down to a knife edge; statewide polls show Biden ahead by an average of 1.4 percentage points -- compared with 4.5 points less than two weeks ago.
Responding to a question at a virtual fund raiser on Wednesday, Biden said there is a need to deal with what's going on at the border.
Dubbed Not Our Faith, the new super PAC plans to roll out six-figure TV and digital ads focused on Christian voters.
Harrison's campaign said Sunday the total was the largest-ever during a single three-month period by any Senate candidate.
Joe Biden, for his part, said he and Donald Trump shouldn't have a debate as long as the president remains COVID positive.
It’s a moment months in the making, the collision of Trump’s repeated defiance of his own administration’s guidelines for staying safe during the pandemic and his well-known disregard for facts.
US Presidential Election 2020: Donald Trump, Joe Biden prepare to debate at a time of mounting crises
The health emergency has upended the usual trappings of a presidential campaign, lending heightened importance to the debate.
Some of the president’s supporters say they remain confident Trump has both the time and the political skill to overtake Biden in this final stretch.
US elections 2020: 12 factors driving Indian-American support towards Donald Trump, indicates survey
Trump showing respect to Indian Americans, treating India and Modi on an equal footing have made him popular, the survey also stated.
The President's remarks came despite warnings from intelligence officials that China, Iran and Russia were all attempting to interfere in the upcoming election.
According to the survey, 66 per cent Indian-Americans currently favour Biden and 28 per cent favour Trump while six per cent were undecided.
Bloomberg’s late-stage infusion of cash reflects Democrats’ concerns about the tight race in a state that is a priority for President Donald Trump.