India Inc's earnings lag during Modi era despite moves to cut red tape, streamline tax system; many investors upbeat
As India’s top software services companies TCS and Infosys get set to kick-start another earnings season — the last under Modi’s current tenure — expectations remain muted.
Gujarat election opinion poll: CVoter predicts BJP win, but note ban and GST will cost party its 150-seat target
The high-octane campaigning for the first phase of Gujarat Assembly election ended on Thursday with Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe workers from New Delhi due to the sudden advent of Cyclone Ockhi in the state.
Demonetisation anniversary: Public support for note ban comes crashing down in absence of concrete outcomes
Support for demonetisation has considerably waned after a year, indicated an opinion poll conducted by C-Voter
This is the fourth and final part in a series of big questions asked after the announcement of demonetisation on 8 November, 2016
This is the third in a series of five big questions asked after the announcement of demonetisation on 8 November, 2016
Big questions around demonetisation #2: Were the inconveniences worth it in the fight against black money?
This is the second in a series of five big questions asked after the announcement of demonetisation on 8 November, 2016
Big questions around demonetisation #1: How much of a problem was the ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes?
This is the first in a series of five big questions asked after the announcement of demonetisation on 8 November, 2016
Gujarat Assembly Election 2017: Opinion polls suggest comfortable win for BJP; party likely to improve vote share, seats tally
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is looking at a comfortable victory in the upcoming Assembly elections in Gujarat, an opinion poll conducted by Times Now-VMR has revealed
As polling nears phase 4 in Uttar Pradesh, a clear trend remains complicated so much that even election watchers have been throwing up different winning tallies to parties in private
Will Mayawati's Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) be the dark horse in the forthcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly election?
Uttar Pradesh, India's largest state, will witness a seven-phase Assembly election, stretching from 11 February to 8 March. But as of now, there can only be one certainty about UP polls: That there is no certainty.
It was our enduring love for opinion polls that draw our collective eye to Chetan Bhagat's Twitter handle on Tuesday morning
Sidhu’s entry into the AAP will, at best, work as an added psychological booster in favour of AAP and a further demoralising blow to the BJP and the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on the other.
Opinion polls are divided on the Brexit referendum outcome and show that the result could go either way, making the contest a neck-and-neck fight.
CPI on Tuesday demanded that the Election Commission ban opinion polls, alleging that it is taken to favour a particular political party.
Ultimately, all the polls might prove to be right in their "findings" for two reasons — one, Kerala’s electoral history of alternating governments, and two, the deluge of corruption charges against incumbent Oommen Chandy and his men (and one woman) that may make them unpopular.
Surveys agree on one thing: Modi sarkar still continues to enjoy high popularity, even though the extent of that popularity has gone down.
The opinion pollsters, and especially the exit polls, could not hit the broadside of the barn in the recent Delhi elections. Where did they goof up?
Although, the exit polls had predicted a dramatic comeback for Kejriwal, all of them had foreseen a neck-to-neck fight between AAP and BJP. But the Delhi mandate has proved all of them wrong.
With exit polls having projected BJP defeat in Delhi Assembly polls, party leaders met here on Monday to take stock of the situation and motivate the party workers.