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7 seats with highest win margins and 7 seats with lowest win margins: What does it say about Hindu and Muslim consolidation in Bengal

While BJP increased tally massively from 3 seats in 2016 to 77 seats, the Hindutva undercurrent that most people had predicted fell flat

Coronavirus Spread in India- With and without the Tablighi Jamaat incident: A quantitative estimation

Without Tablighi Jamaat incident and Lockdown, the Coronavirus numbers in India would have been 3,40,000 as on 14th April

Spikes in Coronavirus cases in China coincide with important political events, raises question on the authenticity of data: Report

An analysis by The Economist show spikes in new Coronavirus positive cases in China were accompanied by important political events

Can the anti-CAA protests hurt BJP or Narendra Modi electorally?

An analysis on how the current round of protests around CAA and NRC could affect votes in India.

India tour of West Indies: The great Indian middle order search continues

MS Dhoni is likely to opt out of the tour, but will that help India solve its middle order conundrum?

India vs New Zealand: Dhoni gambled, but Guptill pulled out an Ace at the end

India’s worst fears came true in the semi-final match.

A ‘stock exchange’ for social organisations is a welcome step announced in the Union Budget 2019-20

Finance Minister has announced setting up of a Social Stock Exchange to allow social organisations to raise capital.

Everything is not fine with Team India

If India has to dominate world cricket, it has to rely on the specialists, be it specialist batsmen or specialist bowlers

Cricket World Cup semi final scenario: The fight for the 4th place

Even if India loses its next three games, they will still qualify because of their superior run rate.

Free metro rides for women is an ill thought-out move: Here are the DMRC numbers that nobody is talking about

The Delhi Government’s latest move to offer free rides to women commuters of the Delhi Metro showcases once again Arvind Kejriwal’s old habit of offering populist subsidies just before elections.

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