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Podcast: Notes from the campaign trail; and Rukmini S on election reporting

UPDATED ON MAY 12, 2020 08:41 PM IST
This week on the Grand Tamasha podcast, James Crabtree joins Milan Vaishnav to talk about his recent campaign trip to Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.

Podcast: Hindi heartland votes; and Niranjan Rajadhyaksha on Modi economy

UPDATED ON MAY 07, 2020 09:59 PM IST
This week on the Grand Tamasha podcast Neelanjan Sircar joins Milan Vaishnav to discuss the epic electoral battle in the crucial heartland state of Uttar Pradesh and whether recent state election results are a good barometer for how those states will behave in national elections.

Podcast: The Mudslinging Campaign and Barkha Dutt on the “Fear” Election of 2019

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON JUN 22, 2020 04:07 PM IST
This week on Grand Tamasha, Milan Vaishnav (Director of the South Asia programme at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) chats with Sadanand Dhume of the American Enterprise Institute and Tanvi Madan of the Brookings Institution to discuss the latest news from the campaign trail.

Podcast: India’s CEA Krishnamurthy Subramanian on the GST roadmap and more

Hindustan Times | By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON MAY 01, 2020 10:10 PM IST
This week on Grand Tamasha, Milan Vaishnav (Director of the South Asia programme at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) sits down with the new Chief Economic Adviser (CEA) to the Government of India, Dr. Krishnamurthy Subramanian.

Podcast: Modi’s enduring popularity; and HT’s Snigdha Poonam on young voters

Hindustan Times | By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON APR 29, 2020 05:15 PM IST
This week on Grand Tamasha, Milan Vaishnav (Director of the South Asia programme at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) chats with Sadanand Dhume (Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute and Wall Street Journal columnist).

Podcast: Congress Manifesto, Left Politics; and Shashi Tharoor on the party’s 2019 Vision

UPDATED ON APR 26, 2020 08:00 PM IST
This week on Grand Tamasha, Milan Vaishnav sits down with Roshan Kishore (data and political economy editor at the Hindustan Times). Then, Milan speaks with Congress Member of Parliament Dr. Shashi Tharoor.

Podcast: Campaigning begins; and Hasan Minhaj on the battle for India’s soul

UPDATED ON MAR 27, 2019 10:09 AM IST
This week on Grand Tamasha, Milan Vaishnav sits down with Irfan Nooruddin. Then, Milan chats with Indian-American comedian Hasan Minhaj.

Podcast: Corruption, Southern Politics; and Ruchir Sharma Reflects on 25 Years on the Campaign Trail

By ., Mumbai
UPDATED ON APR 24, 2020 04:58 PM IST
This week on Grand Tamasha, Milan Vaishnav sits down with Reuben Abraham to talk about recent political developments in southern India.

Podcast: India’s economic woes and the patchy history of election polling

Hindustan Times | By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON APR 22, 2020 01:42 AM IST
The numbers highlight the importance of Facebook as India gears up for what some consider will be an election that is fought as much on the dusty streets of Bharat as on the social media platform.(REUTERS)
The numbers highlight the importance of Facebook as India gears up for what some consider will be an election that is fought as much on the dusty streets of Bharat as on the social media platform.(REUTERS)

Whom can political parties reach on Facebook and why it matters

New Delhi, Hindustan Times | By Arjun Srinivas and Samarth Bansal
UPDATED ON NOV 29, 2018 08:35 PM IST
Indian Facebook users are skewed towards specific demographics. A Hindustan Times analysis of anonymous and aggregated data from Facebook’s advertising portal shows that the bulk of the platform’s Indian users are men, under the age of 30 and live in urban clusters. National averages further hide the massive state-wide differences.
The Parliament building in New Delhi(Bloomberg)
The Parliament building in New Delhi(Bloomberg)

Supreme Court says it can’t ban criminals in politics, leaves it to Parliament

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Bhadra Sinha
UPDATED ON SEP 25, 2018 12:13 PM IST
Under the existing law, politicians are banned from contesting elections for six years only if they are convicted for the crime. Also, there is nothing to stop convicted politicians from heading political parties.
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