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India election 2019: Exit polls suggest Narendra Modi back as PM

BBC News Sunday, 19 May 2019
India election 2019: Exit polls suggest Narendra Modi back as PMPrime Minister Narendra Modi's party is seen on course to win the general election.
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According to Reuters, most exit polls showed that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling alliance is likely to win a clear majority in parliament after a big general election that ended on Sunday. Modi faced criticism early on in the campaign for failing to create jobs for youth and for weak...

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