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Moneycontrol.com offers insights on Elections 2014

10-April-2014
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Moneycontrol.com offers insights on Elections 2014

While the country starts to exercise its franchise in perhaps the biggest election in history, Moneycontrol.com has created Elections 2014, a dedicated page that will help readers understand the intertwined worlds of politics, business and the economy.

No matter who comes to power, their primary agenda will be to bring the country’s economy back on track. Hence, it is very important that the voters should know the action plans and views of different parties and candidates fighting Elections 2014. The policies of the winning party will impact voters’ personal wealth.

“Our readers have a keen interest in knowing how elections will impact their well-being,” said Santosh Nair, Editor, Moneycontrol.com. “As India’s biggest finance portal, we are advantaged to offer coverage that will look at elections from not just the political, but also the economic standpoint and will look to offer insightful commentary on an ongoing basis.”

Is the worst of the economic downturn behind us? What can a new government do to tame rising prices and create more jobs? How did the previous government fare on these parameters? Moneycontrol.com’s coverage of Elections 2014 will hold answers to all these questions and more.

Some of the features include articles, interviews, columns, people’s manifesto, rate the past PMs, debates, video chats, election quiz, interesting infographics, blogs, and trivia, among others.

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