HindustanTimes Sat,23 May 2015
Which party will come to power in 2014? Who could be the next PM? Watch this space, for answers

Aam aadmi’s advice to Aam Aadmi Party: Go regional, then national

Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Admi Party
Many of the voters in Delhi hail Kejriwal's decision of launching the party, but they are not sure whether they would exercise their franchise in favour of the newly-launched 'people's party'. Paramita Ghosh reports. Click here for full coverage of exclusive Hindustan Times Gfk-Mode Survey

Which way will the Voter swing? Trend shows Cong on slippery wicket

rural India
An electoral swing shows the extent of change in voter support typically from one election to another, expressed as a positive or negative percentage. A swing is calculated by comparing the vote percentage in a particular election to the vote percentage for the same party in the previous election. Indranil Banerjee and Amit Sharma report.

BJP has the advantage, but regional parties hold the key

Narendra Modi
With most respondents pitching for Narendra Modi as the next prime minister, the BJP may have an advantage over the Congress, but for a surge in its Lok Sabha poll tally, it will need well knitted alliances in the east, south and even in the north. Shekhar Iyer reports. Different zones, different choices

Urban poor the only silver lining for Congress

Hungry for change, young India favours a strong government

Paying the price for high prices

Modi, anti-incumbency benefit BJP, but will it last until 2014 polls?


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