CPR Election Adda: Discussion on 'Taking Stock: A Mid Poll Evaluation of the 2019 Elections'

CPR Election Adda: Discussion on 'Taking Stock: A Mid Poll Evaluation of the 2019 Elections'
Surjit Bhalla, Sunetra Choudhury, Dhananjai Joshi, Rahul Verma
Thursday, 9 May 2019 Add to Calendar 2019-05-09 18:00:00 2019-05-09 18:00:00 Asia/Kolkata CPR Election Adda: Discussion on 'Taking Stock: A Mid Poll Evaluation of the 2019 Elections' Speakers: Surjit Bhalla, Contributing Editor, The Indian Express, and Consulting Editor, Network 18 Sunetra Choudhury, National Political Editor, Hindustan Times  Dhananjai Joshi, Managing Director, Cicero Associates and Consultants Private Limited Philip K Oldenburg, Research Scholar, South Asia Institute, Columbia University ​The discussion will be moderated by Rahul Verma, Fellow, Centre for Policy Research. It has been a long campaign, political parties and their leaders have spent tremendous energies so far to win the confidence of Indian voters and form the next government in Delhi. More than three-fourth of India has voted, and it seems we are in the midst of an election which has undoubtedly been one of the most polarised so far. The fourth Election Adda @ CPR will reflect on the 2019 election story, the emerging scenarios possible post-May 23, and what the country has gained or lost in this electoral battle. Please RSVP at president.cpr@cprindia.org. Lecture Room-II (Basement), India International Centre Annexe
6:00 pm
Lecture Room-II (Basement), India International Centre Annexe
Part 1: Discussion
Part 2: Q&A

Speakers:

  • Surjit Bhalla, Contributing Editor, The Indian Express, and Consulting Editor, Network 18
  • Sunetra Choudhury, National Political Editor, Hindustan Times 
  • Dhananjai Joshi, Managing Director, Cicero Associates and Consultants Private Limited
  • Philip K Oldenburg, Research Scholar, South Asia Institute, Columbia University

​The discussion will be moderated by Rahul Verma, Fellow, Centre for Policy Research.

It has been a long campaign, political parties and their leaders have spent tremendous energies so far to win the confidence of Indian voters and form the next government in Delhi. More than three-fourth of India has voted, and it seems we are in the midst of an election which has undoubtedly been one of the most polarised so far. The fourth Election Adda @ CPR will reflect on the 2019 election story, the emerging scenarios possible post-May 23, and what the country has gained or lost in this electoral battle.

Please RSVP at president.cpr@cprindia.org.