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    Rekha Saxena,M. P. Singh
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Author : Rekha Saxena,M. Publisher : Orient BlackSwan. This book takes a close look at the last three Lok Sabha elections in India - those of 1996, 1998, 1999 - and the politics of election in India.

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In the run up to the Indian general election, 2019, various organisations carried out opinion polls to gauge voting intention in India. Results of such polls are displayed in this article. The date range for these opinion polls are from the Jan 2018 to April 2019. Many organisations have gone on to conduct exit polls and post-poll surveys as well, which too are displayed. Opinion polls in India can be controversial. These charges include partisan manipulation.

parliamentary elections in the federal phase. Includes bibliographical references (p. -285) and index. by Mahendra Prasad Singh. Published 2003 by Orient Longman in New Delhi.

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As India's federal structure was conceived and planned in a unitary political . Pre-poll alliance and post-poll alliance The National Front government led by VP Singh had the outside support of BJP and Leftist parties.

As India's federal structure was conceived and planned in a unitary political environment so it was directed towards a powerful centre" (Ray, 1970:5). The organizational structure of all the existing parties was highly centralized. K Santhanam stated that . ndian Republic started with a contradiction while the Constitution established a federal system of government all the political parties existing at that time were unitary and centralized. Pre-poll alliance and post-poll alliance. In pre poll agreement there is adjustment between parties before elections. The National Front government led by VP Singh had the outside support of BJP and Leftist parties.

General elections were held in India in four phases between 20 April and 10 May 2004. Over 670 million people were eligible to vote, electing 543 members of the 14th Lok Sabha. The Lok Sabha, or "House of the People," is the directly elected lower house of the Parliament of India. On 13 May, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its alliance National Democratic Alliance conceded defeat.

This book takes a close look at the last three Lok Sabha elections in India - those of 1996, 1998, 1999 - and the politics of election in India.