Jan Ki Baat
Opinion poll by 'Jan Ki Baat' predicts BJP will retain Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, while AAP is predicted to replace Congress in Punjab
Yogi Adityanath will return as the CM of UP in 2022, BJP set to get a comfortable majority: Jan Ki Baat opinion poll
In its survey, Jan ki Baat sampled 20,000 people across all 75 districts. It predicted a comfortable return of the Yogi Adityanath led BJP govt in Uttar Pradesh in 2022.
Signatures on alleged suicide note mismatch with Mahant Narendra Giri’s original ones, foul play suspected: Report
Akhil Bharatiya Akhada Parishad president Mahant Narendra Giri was found dead in Baghambari Mutt in Uttar Pradesh’s Prayagraj on Monday, September 20.
Video of Kavita Krishnan comparing Hindutva to Taliban, Ku Klux Klan surfaces, she alleges that her comments were ‘twisted’
While India News played the video of Kavita Krishnan, she said that she never talked to the channel and it was lifted from Facebook
Psephologist Pradeep Bhandari granted relief by Sessions Court after Mumbai police seek to cancel his anticipatory bail: Details
Pradeep Bhandari also took potshots at 'chai biscuit journalists' for lying and conspiring against him. "Truth has exposed you, Anil Deshmukh (Maharashtra Home Minister)," he emphasised.
An overwhelming majority of the country favour extension of coronavirus lockdown: Jan Ki Baat survey
About 82 per cent of Urban population and 74 per cent of the rural residents have favoured the extension of nationwide lockdown as coronavirus pandemic gains foothold in India
Jan Ki Baat Coronavirus Survey: Over 80% support lockdown and approve of government’s actions, at least 47% suspect Chinese conspiracy
Jan Ki Baat conducted a survey of over 2,000 people across 20 states and UTs through phone on the Coronavirus pandemic
‘Modi can give 5-year stable govt but you have to work,’ pollster Pradip Bhandari blames BJP’s defeat on Raghubar Das’ arrogance
Jharkhand: Jan Ki Baat exit polls had predicted the BJP to score between 22 and 30 seats
Jharkhand Assembly Elections: Tough match for BJP, don’t be surprised if CM loses, says political analyst Pradip Bhandari
The result for the recently concluded Jharkhand assembly elections will be declared on 23rd December, 2019.
The pollsters who had predicted the exit polls had a bad day at the office
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