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Role of Advertising and Election strategists in Indian Elections 2020
Most of the credit for ruling parties throughout the years in India is given to its marketing and branding campaigns. There will always be media agencies that handle very big campaigns in India. Some of them have gained popularity may be due to the importance of ads and public relations involved in a political campaign. If you are into politics and media, political marketing companies in India can give you some dynamic insights. Now, with forthcoming elections in 2020, it is the time that political parties are at loggerheads with election strategists in India. Needless to...

UK Elections: Which party cares about your privacy?
On May 7th, the UK will vote on the country’s first general election since the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition formed 5 years ago. The unpopularity of that coalition and its austerity measures, as well as the political shake up of last year’s Scottish Independence referendum and the rise of former fringe parties on both the left and right, means that this is one of the most wide open elections in British history.Whilst the race for the Prime Ministership is in essence a two-man battle between David Cameron and Ed Miliband, there promises to be a wider representation in Parl...

Sportsbooks Add Elections - To Sports Betting Lines Menus
It was just hours after George W. Bush had been re-elected President of the United States in 2004 that sportsbooks began posting betting lines on who would win a four-year lease on the Oval Office in 2008.John McCain, the Arizona Senator, and Hilary Clinton, the Senator from New York, remain the frontrunners for the Republican and Democratic parties, respectively. McCain, because of his maverick nature, has appeal with moderates, swing voters and conservative Democrats. That would be a formidable foe in the general election but, ironically, that same independent streak?-he strayed from conse...

'Tropical Trump' Bolsonaro wins Brazil presidential elections
According to EYE News, The far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro (63) won the second round of the Brazilian presidential election on Sunday. The controversial Bolsonaro thus becomes the new head of state of the South American country.Around midnight almost all the votes were counted, reports the Brazilian electoral council. Bolsonaro can count on 55 per cent of the votes, and with this, he has won with considerable distance from his leftist challenger, Fernando Haddad of the Workers' Party (PT).The former mayor of São Paulo received 45 per cent of the votes. In total, approximately 14...

Stock Investing ? Midterm Elections Make Drug Companies A Sale
Stock investing is tough enough when you have to deal with the specifics of a company and an industry. When you throw politics into the equation it becomes a whole new ball game. Now stock investing can be a crap shoot at best. Let?s take a look at what?s going on currently, and you decide. First let?s look at a little history.For the better part of 50 years, the drug industry has been nothing short of a fabulous stock investment. Whether it was Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Merck, or any one of a dozen other drug companies that developed into giants, you would have made a killing with these st...

Cricket, elections, news…don't miss a single minute
Airtel DTH recharge is so simple to carry out, that you will never again have a suspended connection owing to payment processing difficulties.Today, being on top of current events and news has become quite important because the world is moving ahead at a breathtaking speed. A thrilling World Cup league match becomes old news in just a few hours, while something that trended last week is buried in a few days. You have to keep up with what’s going on in business, sports and current affairs to be able to make sense of the world around you.But how can you know what’s going on if ...

An Election Circus Bereft of Animals
With the Election Commission (EC) of India announcing dates for the general election, the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) the document to ensure fair conduct among political parties in the run-up to the 17th Lok Sabha elections came into force. While I expect the usual circus of parties complaining against one another and numerous reprimands by the EC I am relieved that animals will be spared in this drama.Chapter 22 of the MCC notes: "The Election Commission has advised the political parties and candidates to refrain from using any animal for election campaign in any manner. Even a party, havin...

Where is the Alternative Voice
The first session of the 17th Lok Sabha has begun well without much disturbance with even first-timers getting an opportunity to make their maiden speeches. While the 16th Lok Sabha saw a divided and fractured Opposition, the current one has so far seen only feeble voices with no effort to speak unitedly. This could be because the Opposition is yet to recover from the blow it has received in the elections.While any democracy needs a stable government, it also needs a credible and strong Opposition. Its main role is to question the government of the day and hold it accountable to the public. ...

Most of the credit for the ruling party’s landslide win in 2014 was given to its
Most of the credit for the ruling party’s landslide win in 2014 was given to itsmarketing and branding campaigns. The media agencies who handled these campaigns were Ogilvy and Mather, Soho Square and Madison World. It was perhaps for the first time that the importance of ads and public relations in the Indian elections came into limelight. So, if you love politics and media, then a PR Management Course could give you some dynamic insights.Now, India is ready for theLok Sabha elections again. The leaders, candidates and workers from the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and United Pro...

An Election That Lacked Colour
The 2019 elections are coming to a close. On May 23, it will be known which party will form the Government at the Centre. The satta bazaar worth Rs 1,000 crore is predicting that the BJP will emerge as the single largest party; that the Congress will improve its tally; and regional parties will continue to be powerful. In 2014, there was a call to "vote out the corrupt Manmohan Singh Government." In 2019, Prime Minister Modi is at his best in defending his throne. There was a 'Modi wave' back in 2014, which is absent today. But Modi has subsumed the party, which is asking for votes in his name...

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