My article in Swarajya What Is Happening To Exit Polls?
My analysis for The Quint Karnataka Elections: Making Sense of the ‘Tamasha’ of Exit Polls
Turnout (TO) has been a key determinant of results of assembly elections Higher turnout denotes anti-incumbency and desire of voters to overthrow the government Lower
Prime Minister Modi started his campaign trail for Karnataka on 1st of May in a bid to give a last minute push to BJP’s fortunes.
After the UP and Bihar by-polls, where BJP suffered a few setbacks, realpolitik now moves to the elections in Karnataka. These elections will set the
C-Voter opinion poll predicts a hung assembly – INC (102), BJP (96), JDS (25), Others & Independents (1). Half way mark is 113. In terms
Vasundhara Raje has received a huge jolt going into an election year. The Congress party has snatched all the 3 seats from BJP where by-elections
BJP was leading in 132 assembly segments in 2014 Lok Sabha elections, comfortable majority out of 224 seats. Congress was leading in 77 and JDS
To bolster its prospects, JDS has entered into an alliance with Mayawati’s BSP. Party is eyeing 36 reserved seats for Scheduled Caste category. JD(S) had
Economic Front Karnataka is amongst the top 5 states that have successfully managed high growth levels while keeping their fiscal deficits below 3% in the
A very bitter battle on the anvil. Congress and BJP taking potshots at each other. Yeddyurappa and Siddaramaiah continuously quarrelling on twitter. Runs the risk
Congress is buoyed by its performance in Gujarat elections and Rajasthan by-polls. Rahul ran an effective on the ground campaign in Gujarat focusing on local