How to Follow Bloomberg’s Coverage of India’s Election
(Bloomberg) -- More than 900 million people have begun voting in the most important election this year, and Bloomberg’s got you covered for all the key developments.
Will Prime Minister Narendra Modi pull off a second term, or will the Congress Party regain power in India’s general election? We’re covering how Hindu nationalism plays into the vote, analyzing the influence of billions of dollars in anonymous political contributions and reporting on the economy as India battles China for precedence on the world stage.
The complex voting process takes more than a month, and the results aren’t expected until May 23. Here’s how to keep up with everything that’s happening.
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Need to get caught up on the issues and mechanics of the election? Our QuickTake explainers will bring you up to speed.
- Your Guide to India’s Upcoming General Election
Will Modi retain power? What are the biggest issues at stake? What will the results mean for investors? And when exactly are all the phases of this complicated election taking place?
- Why two groups of voters, lower castes and farmers, are so important.
- Five key places to watch.
- Why India and Pakistan distrust each other.
- Modi’s controversial fighter-jet deal, India’s rescue plan for state banks, how the ban on cash is still reverberating, and the country’s aspirations.
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