Monday, 5 December, 2022
TopicMood of the Nation

Topic: Mood of the Nation

Mood of the Nation survey has 3 messages for Modi govt, Opposition—Economy, economy, economy

Is this the beginning of the end of Modi government? That would be a hasty and lazy conclusion.

PM Modi best as next PM, Shah successor & Gadkari best performer, Mood of the Nation poll suggests

48% of India Today-CVoter survey respondents believe democracy in danger in country. In January, 51.9% felt govt’s handling of economy was ‘outstanding or good’, compared to 48% now.

Economy on top of Indian minds rather than nationalism. A warning for Modi govt

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Modi’s popularity is seeing biggest dive. Indians desperate for someone to fill the vacuum

The Mood Of The Nation Survey shows pessimists have overtaken the optimists when it comes to the country’s economic future.

Covid is frightening. But the bigger worry is Indians’ lost hope

Modi govt's approval rating shattered all records in the C-Voter's Mood of the Nation survey over the past seven years. In seven weeks, that popularity has completely collapsed.

Modi-Shah regime not same as UPA-II. Slide in popularity rating isn’t its tipping point

The Mood of the Nation survey shows Indians aren’t as convinced by BJP’s majoritarian policies and are worried about economy. But it's not beginning of end.

Modi still popular but BJP would lose majority if polls were held now: India Today survey

‘Mood of the Nation’ survey shows NDA would lose over 50 seats since its Lok Sabha election tally, while BJP would fall to 271 from 303.

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PM Modi pays tribute to Dr Rajendra Prasad on his birth anniversary

What explains Modi’s silence as states fight on, relations with Centre worsen

Whether it's Karnataka-Maharahstra or Assam-Meghalaya, Modi govt's reluctance to get dragged into border disputes is self-defeating.
A cashier checks Indian rupee notes inside a room at a fuel station in Ahmedabad | Reuters file image

Rupee falls to 81.75 against dollar, loss on stop losses and dollar outflows

The rupee was down 0.5% to the dollar and has been an underperformer among Asian peers. The offshore Chinese yuan was up 0.9%, leading Asian currencies higher.


Russian President Vladimir Putin with Chinese President Xi Jinping. (Photo Credit - Reuters)

In western arms sanctions on Russia, China’s arms industry could stand to gain

The arms export embargoes on Moscow could create an opportunity for Beijing to supply arms to countries like Myanmar, which are heavily dependent on Russian arms.
Illustration: Soham Sen | ThePrint

Gujarat election is anything but dull. BJP’s political neurosis about AAP is the hidden headline

Gujarat is the only state where Modi is directly in contention. Even if he wins, the team that runs him closest has much to gain.