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Mar 13, 2019
Congress switches poll focus to unemployment, Rafale to prevent BJP from creating patriotism hype over BalakotAfter a few blundering speeches by the likes of Digvijaya Singh and Navjot Singh Sidhu, the Grand Old Party has now switched its campaign focus back to economic and social issues such as jobs
Mar 05, 2019
Amid anti-Pakistan hysteria, pollsters believe Opposition scoring self-goal by questioning Modi on IAF air strikesC-Voter has not published any poll after the military strike, but its founder said Modi’s approval rating has soared to levels not seen since mid-2017, according to C-Voter’s estimates
Mar 04, 2019
In a busy Bastar tea shop, reactions to the IAF's Balakot air strike mirror TV newsroom hysteriaPulwama attack was a huge intelligence failure and reflected poorly on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, however, after the Balakot air strike, the narrative has changed with the media influencing people’s minds in favour of the ruling party
Feb 27, 2019
Sri Lanka 'deeply concerned' over India-Pakistan tensions; asks nations to 'ensure security and stability of South Asia region'Sri Lanka requests India and Pakistan to act in a manner that ensures the security, peace and stability of the entire region
Feb 20, 2019
Kashmiris, soft targets after terror attacks, blame post-Pulwama media frenzy for unprecedented backlashThe fear of a backlash was real, given how Kashmiris become soft targets after every such incident, rather than the real issue being tackled. But this time, the intensity of the frenzy whipped up at TV studios has been unprecedented in the real world.
Feb 19, 2019
Congress questions 'ridiculous' security lapses that led to Pulwama attack, asks Narendra Modi to 'walk the talk'The Congress on Tuesday attacked the government over the Pulwama terror strike, alleging huge security lapses and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to walk the talk after having avoided directly attacking the government.