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2019 Election results: Top media execs welcome PM Narendra Modi’s second term

Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is on its way to a landslide victory in the 2019 election, with margins bigger than the 2014 one. The party’s win proved all exit poll predictions true. While the BJP-led NDA has already crossed 300 seats, the opposition party...

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General Elections 2019: BJP leads with more than 50% seats

After months of high-octane campaigning and controversies, the D-day deciding the fate of over 8000 candidates who participated in Lok Sabha 2019 elections of India, across 542 constituencies, is here.

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Political parties spent Rs. 53 crore on digital platforms: Facebook ad library

There is no denying the fact that digital media has remained one of the strongest tools used by the political giants to woo the voters this election season.

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EC asks NaMo TV to withhold election content prior to poll days

The scrutiny of NaMo TV has increased. According to a PTI report, the channel has been asked to not display any ‘election matter’ prior to poll days, as prescribed in the electoral law. 

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BJP's magic-bullet approach to social media for Election 2019

With less than 10 days left for the most awaited General Election of India, where the country selects its next prime minister, global social media giant Facebook, which also owns Instagram and WhatsApp, took down around 700 pages for showing “coordinated inauthentic behaviour”, associated with...

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