Welcome to our interactive map showing which way Karnataka will vote in 2013. The Rediff Sentimeter is based on the performance of each constituency in previous assembly elections and gives you the overall seat count, as well as details of each constituency as you click on it. The Rediff Sentimeter's also comes with a slider. You don't agree with the numbers? So move the slider to the BJP or Congress side to see how a swing to either side can change the outcome. Check it out ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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Advanced ‘Data Journalism’ Tool from Rediff Helps Readers to Make Sense of Karnataka State Legislative Assembly Elections
After a successful run during the Gujarat Elections in December 2012, Rediff has re-introduced its Sentimeter service that enables users to assess the outcome of the Karnataka State Legislative Assembly Elections across various scenariosAndhra News, 2 weeks ago REDIFF.COM INDIA LIMITED (ADR): Advanced 'Data Journalism' Tool from Rediff Helps Readers to Make Sense of Karnataka State Legislative Assembly Elections 4 Traders, 2 weeks ago Advanced Data Journalism Tool from Rediff Helps Readers to Make Sense of Karnataka State Legislative Assembly Elections ITbriefing, 2 weeks ago Advanced 'Data Journalism' Tool From ... EFYTimes.com, 2 weeks ago
Wednesday's keenly-watched counting to the Karnataka assembly election will have varying significance for different political parties, reports Vicky Nanjappa. Wednesday will be a big day in Karnataka as the southern state will have a new government in place by the end of the day. The counting to the recently-concluded assembly election, which will commence at 8 am, will be keenly watched. The counting of votes will take place in 36 centres across the states and the fate of candidates from 223 ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Was people’s desire for change the reason behind the high voter turnout in Karnataka? Not always, says Sandeep Shastry, one of Karnataka’s most renowned psephologists. Explaining the point to rediff.com, Shastry said: “A higher voter turn is ‘a’ factor for change, but it is not ‘the’ factor. People do tend to come out and vote in higher numbers in case they are upset with the government and want a change. However, it is not the only factor.” ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
An estimated 69 per cent of the about 4.36 crore electorate voted in the largely peaceful assembly polls in Karnataka on Sunday amid projections that the beleaguered ruling Bharatiya Janata Party was on a sticky wicket against a resurgent Congress.The polling percentage in Bangalore alone was at 52 per cent, Chief Electoral Officer Anil Jha informed the media.Post pictures of voting in KarnatakaJha also said that as of now there was no indication of a re-poll in any of the constituencies. "All ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Even as voting began on a dull note in Karnataka, leaders from across parties expressed confidence about their performance in the ongoing elections.K S Eshwarappa, who faces a tough battle in Shimoga, is contesting on a Bharatiya Janata Party ticket. He said that the scenario has changed for the BJP. “We will get over 110 seats this time,” he added. B S Yeddyurappa, the former BJP leader who has floated his own party -- Karnataka Janata Party, said that he is not a kingmaker.Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Believe it or not, national leaders have been talking in code language during the Karnataka election campaign. While Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi became an instant hit with the crowd the moment he addressed Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi as ‘Mr Golden Spoon’, on Friday it was the turn of the Congress to hit back.Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal, during an interaction with the media, had a host of abbreviations and anecdotes. Here are some of his gems:‘What is ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
In a last ditch attempt to impress upon the voters in Bengaluru city, the Bharatiya Janata Party has assured that it would extend the deadline of bars and restaurants from 11 pm to 1 am. There was a review of the bar and restaurant timings in wake of the rising crime at night in Bengaluru city. The BJP, when it came to power decided to continue with the 11 pm deadline. Around three years back, Excise Minister Renukacharya proposed to review the deadline, but was met with stiff opposition ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Vicky Nanjappa reports on how Narendra Modi has not just managed to draw the crowd in Karnataka but improved the BJP’s chances in the state Bharatiya Janata Party workers in Karnataka have a spring in their steps, thanks to the recent campaigning by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the state.Former state chief minister D Sadananda Gowda is ecstatic that Modi came to Mangalore and raised the hopes of the party cadres. “He is our star campaigner; he was our star campaigner in ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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