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Elections 2014: Google celebrates India’s general election with doodle

Written By Easy Life on Friday, May 16, 2014 | 5/16/2014 08:48:00 AM

Elections 2014: Google celebrates India’s general election with doodle
The doodle is an inked finger that links to all election related news.NEW DELHI: As major political parties gear up for the result of the general election, Google celebrated the important day with a doodle.

The doodle is an inked finger that links to all election related news.

After a marathon 9-phase voting, which recorded the highest voter turnout ever at 66.4%, the votes will be counted on Friday and the country will finally know the contours of the next Lok Sabha.

The counting of votes will start at 8am, with postal ballots being counted first.

Counting of votes on EVM ballot units may begin half-an-hour after the counting for postal ballots starts.

The first trends from EVMs at 989 counting centres across the country are expected to trickle in as early as 8.30am to 9am. By around 11am a clear picture pointing to the single largest party or pre-poll alliance may be available.

The final results are likely to be known by 3pm or 4pm, according to estimates given by EC officials.

With almost all exit polls predicting a clear NDA win, celebrations in BJP have started early.
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