The Telegraph
Friday , May 16 , 2014

Misleading symmetry

If the exit polls for the 2014 general elections prove to be accurate, the single most important change since 2009 is that the Bharatiya Janata Party has roughly doubled its share of the vote. The projected figure of 35 per cent or more suggests that more than a third of the Indian electora...   | Read..
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