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Like, Tweet, Vote: The Growing Influence of Social Media in Indian Politics

Recently held Karnataka polls set a bench mark for online political campaigns and politicians putting them to effect

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The 2014 Elections Are An Opportunity for PR to Step Out of the Shadows

Why is “public relations” still a dirty term in Indian politics?

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Ramesh Srivats: When Brands Pay Influencers to Trend a Hashtag, Everyone Loses

Ramesh Srivats thinks that brands don’t understand how easy it is to make a hashtag trend on Twitter and that they should rather invest in creating scalable online properties.

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Chintan Shivir and beyond : Rahul Gandhi’s PR Roadmap

Hindustan Times Associate Editor N Madhavan provides a quick analysis of Rahul Gandhi’s speech at the Chintan Shivir and its impact on his image as a potential national leader

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Political gaffes and PR faux pas

Some PR disasters made by politicians in 2012

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#AssamRiots: Why Twitter Crisis Control Is So Hard

One of the biggest lessons of the Assam Riots has been how difficult it can be to control crises on Twitter.

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3 Public Relations Tips for President Pranab Mukherjee

Here are the ABC’s of PR that the new President of India, Pranab Mukherjee, must adopt.

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4 Insights from Gandhian communication that PR Professionals Should Know

What PR professionals can learn from the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi.

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Managing Reputation During the Indian Presidential Election

A guest article by Amith Prabhu discussing the importance of managing reputation during the Presidential election.

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India’s Puzzling Election Symbols and How They Affect Political Image

Some of the strangest political party logos in India, and what impact this kind of political branding has on the public.

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