The Express Tribune with The International New York Times: Biggest Chunk: Turnout Remains Low In Muslim Majority Areas


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An average 65-70 percent turnout, despite the searing heat, marked the end of polling in 121 constituencies out of 543 going to the polls in the general elections—the largest chunk to vote on one day. Turnout in constituencies with a higher Muslim population, like Rampur in Uttar Pradesh with 48% Muslims, …


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Economic and Social Perspectives in the Context of 2014 General Elections and Minority Religions in India


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US India Policy Institute expressed concern about the danger to ‘Democracy and Institutions’ in India and added that the state …


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The Washington Post: India’s Muslims Worried About Controversial Hindu Leader As National Elections Begin


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“In practically all indicators, the Muslim community in India — in economic, social and political standing — are worse off …


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USIPI Succeeds in Engaging Indians in Houston for Inclusive Development Policies for Minorities


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US India Policy Institute dinner presentation on “Inclusive Development Strategies for Minorities – In the Decade Ahead” in …


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