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What Research Reveals About the Impact of Media on Voter Behaviour

An analysis of randomised evaluationsconducted across the world allows some insights into the role of the media in improving the quality of political participation. It shows that it is indeed possible to deliver information through the media in a way that positively impacts citizen engagement in the
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Students debate on clean election

Ever since the inception clean election campaign spearheaded by the Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) to do away with malpractices associated with the electioneering system in the State, there has been mixed response of apprehension and optimism among the general populace.
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Jan Ki Baat: Taking citizen journalism to the next level

Jan Ki Baat also holds live debates on their social media channels once a week, where panellists read out comments, take questions from the audience and discuss issues. “The millennial generation wants to understand, contribute, express and debate something that is not possible on a unidirectional
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MS University Conducts First Debate Ahead of Student Union Polls

Around 350 students supporting various student leaders were present at the debate. The debate termed Samvad was inspired by electoral debates held at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi and many other established universities.
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UP: Youth sets himself ablaze, hugs BSP leader

A man who set himself ablaze and embraced a BSP politician during the recording of an election debate in Sultanpur, about 140 km from Lucknow, died at a government hospital in the state capital late on Monday night, within hours of the shocking incident.
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Ananth Kumar-Nilekani debate turns chaotic

A political debate involving candidates from the Bangalore South Lok Sabha constituency descended into chaos on Saturday after supporters of Bharatya Janata Party nominee Ananth Kumar and Congress candidate Nandan Nilekani created a ruckus, forcing the organisers to call off the programme midway.
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