The Indian Express brings you a podcast that peels back the layers of political mudslinging and campaign rhetoric to cover everything you need to know about India voting. Express Elections will equip you with expert analysis and commentary on the significant events and players, an assessment of where the current government stands, and an understanding of the electoral process in India.
How Indian went from threatening to boycott the 2022 Commonwealth Games to now hosting Shooting and Archery.
For the final episode of 'The Youth Vote' series, we talk to former Chief Electoral officers, game developers and community radio hosts, to see what work is being done to increase young voter awareness, promote...
How many first-time-voters have the BJP and Congress managed to reach out to? What tactics do regional parties use? We detail how parties approach youth outreach differently, take a behind-the-scenes look at popular campaigns, discuss...
We talk to young voters across the country to see whether their demands from the next government go beyond the unemployment vs national security debate. Featuring interviews with psephologists like Sanjay Kumar (Director, CSDS) and...
As Rajasthan goes to polls, we discuss which party will pull through and why this is significant for the 2019 elections.
Professor Sanjay Lodha discusses how anti-incumbency against Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje may cost the BJP and how caste groups in the state affect elections.
For the first episode on the Rajasthan state elections, Dr. Sanjay Lodha explains its political history, the oscillation of the state between the Congress and BJP and more.
We look at the highs and lows of Chouhan's tenure and try to understand what makes him stand apart from other BJP chief ministers in the country.
In this episode, we deep dive into issues that will drive Mizoram to vote with Adam Halliday, editor of a the weekly magazine The Frontier Despatch in Aizawl.
For the last episode of our Chhattisgarh election coverage, correspondent Dipankar Ghose explains why despite a narrow a margin, the Congress hasn't won in the state for the last three elections.