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All exit polls point to return of NDA

Two polls predicted that the NDA would fall short of a majority: NewsX-Neta (242) and ABP News-Nielsen (267). Most of the polls suggested that the Congress, which had registered its worst performance in 2014 with 44 seats, would fall below the 100 mark, with News18-IPSOS projecting only 46 seats for the party.

Explained: How to conduct, read exit polls

With various forecasts for the Lok Sabha election results out, which ones are more reliable than others? A veteran analyst describes the various methods, challenges and shortcomings in conducting an exit poll.

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Bihar Exit Polls Results 2019: Setback for Mahagathbandhan as surveys show another term for BJP-JD(U)

The India Today-Axis My India exit poll has predicted a clear majority for the saffron party. The BJP is expected to register a victory on 38-40 Parliamentary seats. Congress, on the other hand, may gain only two seats.

Uttar Pradesh exit polls throw divided result, BJP's tally to come down

Uttar Pradesh exit polls: While three exit polls predicted that the saffron party will suffer losses at the hands of the BSP-SP alliance, others gave BJP anywhere between 56-62 seats.

Lok Sabha Elections: Exit polls results vary widely for 3 states that hold key to BJP show

While most exit polls project that the NDA will comfortably cross the magic mark of 272 seats to form the government, the projections widely vary with regard to the BJP’s performance in three key states — Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Odisha — which account for 143 seats.

Delay in IMF reform is G20’s first failure: Mayaram

‘Fed must provide tapering guidance’

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MJ Akbar quits India Today

Veteran journalist MJ Akbar has quit India Today after a stint of around two years. October 31 will be his last day at the magazine

Whirlpool Q1 net profit jumps 26%

The company posted a net profit of Rs 51.05 crore in the corresponding period last year.

Akhilesh opts out of conclave

New Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday opted out of the upcoming ‘India Today’ enclave in New Delhi,saying he had a lot of official work to attend to in the state capital.

The Play That Never Was

The theatre performance ended with the glum ‘director’ announcing in chaste Hindi,“The play never happened”.

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