Bihar Assembly Election Results 2020: How to Check Results on ECI Website And App



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New Delhi: Bihar Assembly Election 2020 results will be announced on Tuesday. The fate of 3,755 candidates across 243 seats will be revealed when the counting of votes will be taken up at 8 am on November 10. While most of the exit polls have predicted a clear edge for the RJD-led Mahagathbandhan, it would be interesting to see which party or coalition gets the throne. The Election Commission of India (ECI) is expected to release the trends from 8 am onwards, while the final picture will be out by the evening. To get the latest and accurate updates on all the 243 Assembly seats in Bihar, users can log on to the Election Commission of India (ECI) website. On the official EC website http://www.eciresults.nic.in/, users can get all the updates on contesting candidates, parties and winners. Also, it provides comprehensive detail on
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India Today Group presents special programming line-up for Bihar polls 2020

With an aim to offer its viewers extensive coverage, the India Today Group has an array of programming content produced exclusively for the Bihar Assembly Elections 2020.

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On Hindi news channel Aaj Tak, there are six dedicated shows being aired — ‘Hello Kaun’, an interactive show on issues that impact Bihar; ‘Election Express’, an election travelogue; ‘Swetpatra’, a detailed analysis of Bihar elections; ‘Patliputra’, political history of Bihar; ‘Kiska hoga Rajtilak’, news-based election bulletin and ‘Bullet Reporter’, electoral journey through 10 constituencies with Deputy Editor Chitra Tripathi.

English news channel India Today TV is also armed with a series of special programmes exclusive to the Bihar elections. The programming includes ‘Bihar Express’, a compilation of stories from the heart of the action; ‘Ground Zero Bihar’ with anchor Rajdeep Sardesai, news stories from ground zero of the first elections since

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India Today Group announces special programming line-up for Bihar polls

NEW DELHI: The India Today Group has planned to launch an array of programming content produced exclusively for the upcoming Bihar Assembly Elections.

On Aaj Tak, there are six dedicated shows being aired: Hello Kaun – an interactive show on issues that impact Bihar, Election Express – an election travelogue, Swetpatra – detailed analysis of Bihar elections, Patliputra – the political history of Bihar, Kiska Hoga Rajtilak – a news-based election bulletin, and Bullet Reporter –  which encapsulates the electoral journey through 10 constituencies with deputy editor Chitra Tripathi.

The media group’s English news channel India Today TV is also ready with a series of special programmes exclusive to the hotly-contested polls in Bihar. The line-up includes Bihar Express – a compilation of stories from the heart of the action; Ground Zero Bihar with anchor Rajdeep Sardesai – news stories from ground zero of the first elections since the Coronavirus

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Times Now and Mirror Now announce special programming line-up for Bihar Assembly Elections 2020

As the race to power heats up with the Bihar Assembly Elections 2020, Times Now and Mirror Now announce an unmatched programming line-up, offering viewers the most extensive coverage of the upcoming elections.

October 31 – Entry deadline for BuzzInContent Awards 2020 ENTER NOW

Bringing a holistic news watching experience this election season, Times Now will lead the reportage under ‘Mandate 2020 – Battleground Bihar’. With an engaging programming line-up, Times Now promises to make the election coverage more exciting and captivating for its viewers.

1.  Pre-Poll Surveys: In association with C-VOTER, Times Now is broadcasting an Opinion Poll that seeks to capture the Mood of Bihar and the Mood of the Nation ahead of the critical election to the State of Bihar. The surveys give us a picture of the likely shape the elections will be a significant indicator of which way the electorate may swing and will focus

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