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  1. Analysis-As Modi faces resistance, fatigue in India election, parent group steps in

    By: Rupam Jain and Rajendra Jadhav By Rupam Jain and Rajendra Jadhav NEW DELHI (Reuters) - As Prime Minister Narendra Modi faces voter fatigue and some resistance from a resurgent opposition in India's mammoth general election, foot soldiers of his party's Hindu nationalist parent
  2. Wedding Photographers

    Top Wedding location for Pre Wedding in Patna? Top Wedding and Pre-Wedding Shoot Locations in Patna: Unveiling the Perfect Locations Choosing the ideal wedding location and pre-wedding shoot locations in Patna is crucial for creating stunning photography that captures the essence o
  3. In the world’s biggest election, millions of migrants are unable to vote

    By Jessie Yeung, Priti Gupta and Dhruv Tikekar, CNN <br/> Photographs by Noemi Cassanelli, CNN Chanu Gupta has lived in India’s financial capital Mumbai nearly his whole life, since arriving as a child from the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. But when polls open in the city, the 5
  4. ‘The next decade belongs to India’: Meet the winners of rising power’s economic boom

    By Jessie Yeung, Priti Gupta and Esha Mitra, CNN <br/> Photographs by Noemi Cassanelli, CNN As Indians head to the polls in a massive ongoing nationwide election, much attention has focused on the country’s explosive growth under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership. During hi
  5. The booming business of AI war rooms during India’s elections

    By Fahad Shah Divyendra Singh Jadoun has a catalog of videos, audio, and images on his computer that he promptly presents each time someone asks him about his work. In one of the videos, an Indian politician can be seen talking in multiple Indian languages about the various projec
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  7. How India's birth control battle falters in rural district

    By: Rupam Jain KISHANGANJ, India (Reuters) - Pratima Kumari, a government health worker in the eastern Indian state of Bihar, sets off on her mini scooter every morning, crisscrossing vast corn fields and pineapple orchards to visit villages and meet young, married couples. She off