Narendra Modi most trending candidate on Twitter as counting underway

Congress party is leading the most trending party on micro-blogging site twitter.

Narendra Modi most trending candidate, AAP most trending party on Twitter

The most twitter trending topics are secularism, transparency in governance, communalism, maoism, janl lokpal and inflation among others.

Narendra Modi still most trending candidate on twitter

Narendra Modi is leading the twitter 'trending candidates' with 55.9 percent.

Narendra Modi most trending candidate on Twitter

The TCS iElect app which was recently launched shows that Narendra Modi tops the list of most trending candidates on micro-blogging site Twitter.

DBS pegs FY15 GDP growth at 5.5% on positive poll outcome

Singapore-based brokerage DBS has forecast a moderate spike in India`s FY15 GDP growth to 5.5 percent.

Goldman Sachs should not comment on political matters: Montek

"I don't agree with Goldman Sachs. Lots of people have said they should not be pronouncing on these things," Ahluwalia said on the sidelines of a function organised by the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses here.

Indian equities upgradation on Modi’s electoral victory forecast unbiased: Goldman Sachs

The brokerage house revised its end-2014 target for nifty to 6,900 points, which implies a 9 percent upside from the current levels and a 14.5 times forward price to earning rating.

Goldman Sachs report inappropriate and objectionable: Sharma

"India's growth story has always been strong and intact. What one needs to look at are the micro fundamentals of our economy (and) where the strength lies -- the high rate of savings and investments," he told reporters.

Goldman Sachs predicts Narendra Modi’s victory in 2014; Govt says ‘report objectionable’

The November 5 report of the Goldman Sachs said, "BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) could prevail in the next Parliamentary elections that are due by May 2014."

Govt criticises Goldman Sachs for forecasting Narendra Modi’s victory in 2014 elections

Goldman Sachs had noted expectations that the BJP, led by PM candidate Narendra Modi, could prevail in parliamentary elections due by May 2014.