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Exit polls predict another huge Modi win, forecast 277-352 for NDA (dim., 19 mai 2019)
The exit polls forecast between 277 and 352 seats for the NDA with the BJP getting 227 to 291 seats. Two of them suggested the saffron party may actually cross its 2014 tally of 282. Tally for the Cong ranged from 38 to 87 seats. The 38-seat projection would mean Cong slipping even further from its all-time low of 44 in 2014, while 87 would mean it nearly doubles its tally.
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'Don’t go by exit polls, surprise awaits on May 23' (Sun, 19 May 2019)
Though every exit poll pointed in the direction of an NDA win, Congress spokesman Rajeev Gowda said to wait till May 23 citing "fear psychosis in the country" due to which people didn't reveal their real views. But rhetoric apart, the consensus among the polls left the opposition gripped with doubt and hoping for a repeat of 2004 when predictions proved wide off the mark.
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Exit polls: Clear winner in T, mixed bag in AP (Mon, 20 May 2019)
Exit polls on Sunday predicted a clear winner in Telangana in the recent LS polls with most pollsters giving the ruling TRS anywhere between 10 and 16 seats (of total 17). In Andhra Pradesh, however, it was a mixed bag with some surveys predicting opposition YSRCP will get majority of seats, both in LS and Assembly, while others said the ruling TDP will emerge victorious.
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Sensex surges after exit polls show Modi win (Mon, 20 May 2019)
Exits polls, following the mammoth seven-phase voting, showed Modi's National Democratic Alliance (NDA) projected to win between 339 and 365 seats in the 545-member lower house of parliament.
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BJD may retain Odisha, lose out on LS seats (Mon, 20 May 2019)
Going by the exit poll predictions of various survey agencies, Odisha appears to be heading towards a split verdict — Naveen Patnaik’s BJD returning to power for a fifth time with a smaller margin, and BJP winning more Lok Sabha seats than the regional ruling party.
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#MenToo supporters protest for Men’s panel (Sun, 19 May 2019)
The stretch between India Gate and Rajpath witnessed a peaceful protest by the supporters of the #MenToo movement on Saturday. Activist Barkha Trehan, along with members of her city-based NGO, gathered at the location to demand justice for victims of fake rape accusations in the country.
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For Rs 990: A night at ‘Modi meditation cave’ (Mon, 20 May 2019)
One of two caves near the ancient shrine, fitted with an attached toilet and heater, can now be booked online for a rental of Rs 990 per night. The highlight of the yet-to-be-named cave, situated 1.5 km ahead of the shrine, however, is a small window that offers a spectacular view of the shrine. The PM spent 17 hours in the cave on Saturday.
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Exit polls: Modi leads charge in 2019 LS polls (Mon, 20 May 2019)
Exit polls in general are predicting a sweep for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s BJP in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. The ruling NDA has been given a clear advantage by all exit polls. Exit polls predict 280 – 360 Lok Sabha seats for NDA. While exit polls predict 90 – 130 Lok Sabha seats for UPA. Except for the southern state of Tamil Nadu, BJP is expected to retain or gain in most states as compared to 2014. Watch this video for a detailed analysis.
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ICC World Cup 2019: The hit-men teams must fear (Mon, 20 May 2019)
Most of the protagonists who set the stage on fire in the IPL will be keen to play their parts in the World Cup too. Andre Russell, Jos Buttler, Gayle, Dhoni, Hardik, Kane Williamson, David Warner, Jonny Bairstow will all be playing for their respective countries. But observers wonder how realistic is it to expect them to replicate their IPL feats in the World Cup.
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Meet the Italian who is in love with Hindi (Sun, 19 May 2019)

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Seeking: Right to live life without apologies (Sun, 19 May 2019)
The Times Out & Proud campaign launches with a film featuring the lives and struggles of people from the LGBTQIA+ community, who have taken control of their narrative, are confident in their skin, and whose message to the society is loud and clear: ‘Section 377 may have been repealed, but here is your chance to walk the talk’. The film shares four personal stories of members.
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Kolkata voters go missing after 3pm (Sun, 19 May 2019)
In Kolkata North, 54.9% voters turned out by 3 pm. But, according to EC, end-of-day percentage was barely 61.1%; so only a little more than 6% of voters turned up in the last three hours. In Kolkata South, 58.6% voters turned up by 3 pm. But, the next three hours saw a reversal of this trend and figures stood at 67% by the end of day, lower than the 2014 figure of 69.3%.
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TOI Top10: Countdown to the countdown begins (Mon, 20 May 2019)

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'#MenToo needed because crime has no gender' (Thu, 16 May 2019)
Since the Nirbhaya gang-rape case in 2012, there have been faster convictions and stringent actions taken against rape accused. There has also, however, been an increase in the number of false rape cases being filed, to the extent that courts have given judgments asking the women’s commission to train their counsellors to not encourage false cases.
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Why Apple wants these desi App developers (Mon, 20 May 2019)

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Time to claim your space with pride (Fri, 17 May 2019)
Through the "Times Out & Proud" campaign, Times of India will offer the LGBTQIA+ community free space in its classifieds for three months. The campaign started on Friday commemorating the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. The classifieds will provide a platform to the LGBTQIA+ community to voice their stories and create a safe space.
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Scarlett Johannson gets engaged to Colin Jost (Mon, 20 May 2019)
Hollywood fame Scarlett Johannson has got engaged to ‘Saturday Night Live’ star Colin Jost. The couple were dating for 2 long years.
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Overall voter turnout 2% lower than in 2014 (Sun, 19 May 2019)
The overall turnout of 64.2% was 2 percentage points lower than in 2014, though the figure may change once data for the seventh and final phase is updated. The gap between turnout of male and female voters has narrowed down significantly from 9% in 2009 to only 0.4% in 2019. It was 1.4% in 2014.
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