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TAKE A LOOK-India's exit polls show BJP alliance headed for majority
May 14, 2014 / 8:34 AM / 4 years ago

TAKE A LOOK-India's exit polls show BJP alliance headed for majority

Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi is set to become India's next prime minister,
four major exit polls showed, with his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its
allies forecast to sweep to a parliamentary majority in the world's biggest ever
election, unseating the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty from New Delhi.
    India's staggered voting, to reach the country's 815 million voters and move
security forces around its varied terrain, ended on Monday and the results are
due on Friday.
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INSIGHT
>Election front-runner could curb beef exports                   
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ANALYSIS
>New government set to inherit wobbly economy                    
>The great Indian election: it's about jobs                      
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>Post-election showdown looms for central bank chief             
>Election cash call puts strain on construction, real estate     
 
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 (Compiled by Malini Menon in NEW DELHI)

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