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  1. A billboard with an image of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Mumbai

    Modi claims India poll victory, vows 'inclusive' future

    Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi claimed victory on Thursday (May 23) in India's general election and vowed an "inclusive" future, ...
  2. Tamil Nadu a key battle state as second-round voting begins in India | Video
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    Tamil Nadu a key battle state as second-round voting begins in India | Video

    Voters in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu head to the polls on Thursday, in the second round of the country's staggered elections. A total ...
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    Commentary: The biggest referendum on economic transformation, as Indians go to the polls

    Attracting foreign direct investment to transform India’s sluggish economy has been one of Narendra Modi's party big achievements, says Newland ...
  4. India’s unemployment a consuming topic leading up to elections | Video
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    India’s unemployment a consuming topic leading up to elections | Video

    Voters in India head to the polls on Apr 11 to choose their representatives in the Lok Sabha, the lower house of parliament. More than 8,000 ...
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    Commentary: India gearing up for the biggest election, when 900 million go to the polls

    Still, voter participation remains a key concern when only 66.4 per cent of the electorate voted in the last election, says Shashi Tharoor.
  6. Former Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee

    Former Indian prime minister Vajpayee dies at 93

    The 93-year-old had battled poor health for years but his condition deteriorated sharply in recent days, with doctors placing him on life support.
  7. Picture taken from the 50s of Indian prime minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru

    Commentary: A conservative India at 70 bids farewell to Jawaharlal Nehru

    At India’s 70th independence anniversary, India looks to a new conservative order led by Narendra Modi, argues the Financial Times’ Amy Kazmin.