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India sees Yogi Adityanath as PM Modi’s successor, Rahul Gandhi stands nowhere: Survey

As per the India Today Mood of the Nation survey, Rahul Gandhi virtually is no challenge to PM Narendra Modi

Rajdeep Sardesai ‘baffled’ by India Today survey that shows Modi govt winning a sweeping majority if elections held today: Details

Taking to Twitter, Sardesai said that he was 'baffled' to see that despite the economic hardships resulted by the pandemic, Indians still love the Modi government.

Survey suggests 53% Indians supports new Farm Laws, call farmers protest ‘politically motivated’: Here is what the numbers say

The survey concluded that maximum respondents found the new farm laws beneficial for the farmers in India

‘These numbers are bewildering’: Watch how Rajdeep Sardesai refuses to believe India Today survey’s approval rating of PM Modi

Rajdeep Sardesai was rather shocked and bewildered as his own channel's survey seems to give PM Modi's handling of the economy an approval rating of 72%

91% Indians agree that Modi govt is handling coronavirus crisis well, 97% say lockdown is the right step to combat the pandemic: Gallup International...

A Gallup snap polls shows most Indians think Modi govt is handling the Coronavirus crisis well, and the lockdown is necessary

Survey of India directs Telangana govt to initiate action against ‘EA Sports FIFA’ for the wrong depiction of the Map of India

The Survey of India has directed the Telangana Government to initiate action against EA Sports FIFA, which is an online video game, for the incorrect depiction of India's map.

Coronavirus survey team attacked by a man with knife and stones in Indore, phone used for survey broken

When the Coronavirus survey team was working in Vinova Nagar in Indore, local criminal named Parash Yadav attacked them with a knife and stones

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

Online survey holds China’s opacity and mismanagement responsible for the global coronavirus pandemic, 67% say it is to blame

Manoj Kewalramani conducted an online survey from a period of March 26, 2020, until April 3, 2020. During that time, responses were invited through email and by sharing the questionnaire on different social media platforms.

Actor Javed Jaaferi spreads fake news by Pakistani website claiming India has become the most dangerous place to live

The claim that India is ranked as the most dangerous place to live is completely false as no such survey was done

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