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Exit polls predict AAP to return in power with majority in Delhi, BJP to get max 10 seats

According to the exit polls, the ruling party AAP will return in power as most polls indicated that AAP will get a majority. According to the India Today-My Axis exit poll, out of 30 seats, AAP to win 23-28 seats and BJP to win 2-7 seats. According to the ABP News C-Voter exit poll, AAP will win 49 to 63 seats in Delhi. BJP to win 5 to 19 seats and Congress to win 0 to 4 seats. Src: https://bit.ly/2tFBWeF

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A study revealed India's richest 1% hold 4-times more wealth than poorest 70%

A new study has revealed that India's richest 1% of people hold more than four-times the wealth held by 953 million people who make up for the bottom 70% of the country's population. The study has further revealed that the total wealth of all Indian billionaires is more than the full-year budget. The study has further revealed that the world's 2,153 billionaires have more wealth than the 4.6 billion people who make up 60% of the planet's population. Src: https://bit.ly/36a8UB5

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A man from Rajsthan printed that we support the CAA on his marriage invitation card

Supporting the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), a groom identified as Amit Kumar has printed a slogan showing his support to the newly enacted legislation on his marriage invitation card. As per the media reports, the man has printed a picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and written "I support the decision of the Prime Minister and it is in the interest of the country. I support it wholeheartedly." Earlier, a similar incident had occurred in Madhya Pradesh. Src: https://bit.ly/2RAAPEV

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IMF warns global growth estimate for 2020-21, due to slow down in India

The International Monetary Fund has informed that the world economy will be badly affected and may hit the lower bottom due to slowdown in India. In the latest update to its World Economic Outlook, IMF has cut the global growth estimate for 2020 by one-tenth compared to the prior report released in October, dropping it to 3.3%. It also lowered the 2021 forecast by a bit more to 3.4%. IMF further revealed that the relationship between China and the United States may responsible for the consequences. Src: https://bit.ly/2TFFd8o

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