The high and the low of a poll verdict
May 16, 2014
Elections are all about winning and losing. While there is jubilation in the camps of victorious parties, there is shock and despair in those that receive a drubbing at the hustings. Here, we capture the moods of leaders and their followers, as voting trends of the just-concluded Lok Sabha elections started flowing on Friday.
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