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    BJP may win 8, Trinamool to shine in WB: ABP-Nielsen
    BJP may win 8, Trinamool to shine in WB: ABP-Nielsen
    The BJP could come up with its best ever showing by winning eight Lok Sabha seats in West Bengal but that will not be enough to stop the Trinamool Congress from finishing with 31 seats, three less than last time, according to an opinion poll.
    Demonetization: Flop ya hit?
    Demonetization: Flop ya hit?
    While the Modi government claims that the GDP has increased at 7% for this year, some leading economists and statisticians dispute this claim.
    Urmila Matondkar Will Be Most Glamorous Politician!
    Urmila Matondkar Will Be Most Glamorous Politician!
    Ram Gopal Varma who was the reason for Urmila Matondkar's star status is thrilled that she has joined the Congress party.
    PM has an important message, to address nation
    PM has an important message, to address nation
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said he will address the nation "around 11.45 a.m." with an "important message" and urged people to watch him 'on TV, radio or social media'.
    Social media main news source for young Indians
    Social media main news source for young Indians
    Online news generally and social media specifically have outpaced print as the main source of news among English-speaking young Indian news users, showed a new report.
    Jayaprada Dumps AP, Joins BJP
    Jayaprada Dumps AP, Joins BJP
    Glamorous actress of yesteryears Jayaprada seems to have lost her hope of staging a comeback in Andhra Pradesh politics, as no party evinced interested in taking her.
    Backroom warriors in full gear for battle 2019
    Backroom warriors in full gear for battle 2019
    While candidates in the Dangal 2019 are busy with campaigning, there is another lot of warriors working backstage: busy mining through election data and making assessments, devising strategies and analysing and re-analysing the trends.
    87,000 groups on WhatsApp targeting voters
    87,000 groups on WhatsApp targeting voters
    The first phase of voting begins from April 11 and WhatsApp - and not its parent company Facebook - has turned out to be the biggest social media platform for more than 87,000 groups to target millions with political messaging.
    BJP to back Sumalatha in Karnataka's Mandya
    BJP to back Sumalatha in Karnataka's Mandya
    The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday decided to support multi-lingual actress Sumalatha Ambareesh, who is contesting the Mandya Lok Sabha constituency in south Karnataka as an Independent candidate, instead of fielding its own nominee.
    23.6 per cent voters in Andhra gave a positive feedback for Modi
    23.6 per cent voters in Andhra gave a positive feedback for Modi
    Voters in Jharkhand, Rajasthan and Goa are most satisfied with the performance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi while people in Puducherry, Kerala and Tamil Nadu are the least impressed with his work.
    What'll happen if BJP can't get a majority of its own
    What'll happen if BJP can't get a majority of its own
    Although it is now almost certain that the NDA - the group of parties led by the BJP - will attain a majority in the Lok Sabha in the forthcoming general elections, the question will nevertheless arise whether Narendra Modi will be the Prime Minister since the BJP itself is expected to fall short of a majority of its own.
    KCR No 1 CM, Naidu at 14th position: Survey
    KCR No 1 CM, Naidu at 14th position: Survey
    Telangana's K. Chandrashekhar Rao is the top performer among the Chief Ministers in the country followed by his counterparts in Himachal Pradesh, Odisha and Delhi.
    Prakash Raj Booked for Code Violation
    Prakash Raj Booked for Code Violation
    South Indian film star Prakash Raj will file his nomination from Bengaluru Central as an independent candidate today.
    Many political biopics to hit screen ahead of polls
    Many political biopics to hit screen ahead of polls
    From Prime Minister Narendra Modi's biopic to a film on Congress President Rahul Gandhi's life and former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri's mysterious death, filmmakers are trying to look through the political prism for their celluloid projects.
    How exit pollsters fared in 2014 Lok Sabha elections
    How exit pollsters fared in 2014 Lok Sabha elections
    The hits and misses of exit poll results over the past few years tell us that it's better to take these surveys with a pinch of salt.
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