The Indian Express's Delhi Chief Reporter Mallica Joshi explains why the AAP collapsed in Delhi in this election, and whether an alliance with the Congress would have helped
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The BJP sought a special assembly session claiming that the Congress govt in MP was now in minority. CM Kamal Nath said, "I have proved the majority at least four times in the last months. They want to do it again, we have no problem."
Most exit polls project that the NDA will cross the magic mark of 272 seats to form the government. The projections, however, widely vary with regard to the BJP’s performance in three key states — UP, WB and Odisha — which account for 143 seats.
Education didn’t get them jobs, governments didn’t get them change and polls pass them by. The Indian Express veers off the campaign trail to spend a week in UP’s Malaka. Will this election be any different in this village in Fatehpur.