Breaking down the ‘News’ – Who’s watching What

Breaking News!! First on Ground Zero!! Number 1 News Channel!! Statements like these come at us faster than News itself. And they are just about everywhere. Flashing through our tv screens, peeking through newspapers and pouncing on us through street billboards. The fight for TRP can't get more intense than this. News channels in India are literally running a marathon with new runners joining in every few meters...

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Are Indians finally embracing a sports culture

Are Indians finally embracing a sports culture? Hell yeah!!!!

"Sharma uncle ke bete se kuch seekho!!" Growing up in India, Sharma uncle has often been a part of our lives. Rather our parents' lives. Be it for studies, good behavior or money. Obsessed with stability and marriage, we have always paid too much attention to education. Sports, on the other hand, mostly got the royal ignore. But the last few years have been different. There has been a drastic shift in the country's sports ...

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Cricket gets Stumped! It’s ‘Let’s Football’ for the young

62% Indians say Cricket is not their top sporting choice It's bigger, bouncier and shinier Football is slowly stealing away the country's obsession with its mini competitor- the cricket ball. This fact revealed in the Piplsay survey comes as a welcome surprise in a nation that is obsessed with Cricket.  The pan India survey was conducted during the ongoing IPL festival and saw a strong participation of over 26,000 respondents. The fact that youngsters in the age group ...

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Southerly woes for BJP as winds blow away Modi magic

The Karnataka election result is in line with the latest Piplsay survey, that reveals Modi and BJP's losing grip in the southern part of the country. The high drama surrounding the Karnataka election this year has increased the spotlight on the BJP. Despite being the most popular party, it failed to become a dominant force in the state where caste dynamics is always at play. Piplsay's recent pan India survey shows that ...

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Look what Young India’s report card for 2019 polls say

Prime Minister Narendra Modi clears the test for most millennials, an exclusive Piplsay Youth survey reveals About 130 million young adults will get to cast their votes in the next general election. These first-time voters are part of the growing breed of young Indians which will be crucial in deciding the political fortunes of most parties. To sense the mood ahead of the 2019 elections, Piplsay reached out to over 20,000 youngsters in the age ...

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