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Delhi Assembly Elections 2015 Results: Here’s how you can keep a track of counting day

Today is a big day in the capital of India, as the results for Delhi Assembly elections 2015 are set to be declared. Counting of votes is set to kick start in about an hour, and the Delhi elections re

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Today is a big day in the capital of India, as the results for Delhi Assembly elections 2015 are set to be declared. Counting of votes is set to kick start in about an hour, and the Delhi elections results 2015 will be declared around noon. During the counting, many of you will no doubt be in office or commuting and will miss being in front of the television. Here are however a few ways you can keep track of the counting and Delhi elections results.

You can follow the live updates on the websites of the Chief Electoral Office of Delhi, as well as Election Commission of India. Both the websites will have the latest trends during the counting, as well as the results as soon as they are announced. You can also watch live streams of the leading news channels in India as they cover the counting day. A few of these news channels include Zee News, NDTV, AajTak, Times Now and IBN Live among others.

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Alternatively, there are also a few mobile apps that will help you keep track of the counting day. These apps include the Delhi Election 2015 Android app, which promises live updates during counting, and Delhi Election official app from the Chief Electoral Office of Delhi.

As mentioned above, the counting for the votes will begin at 8:00AM, and the results are expected to be announced around 12:00PM. The fight for control of Delhi is seeing a resurgent Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) under Arvind Kejriwal taking on BJP’s Kiran Bedi. All exit polls on AAP results show them having a distinct advantage over BJP results. The latter has however rejected the exit polls and is fairly confident that it will wrestle back control of Delhi after a gap of 16 years.

  • Published Date: February 10, 2015 7:00 AM IST
  • Updated Date: February 10, 2015 8:36 AM IST