Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Jayalaithaa leads in Exit poll - (Rediff news)


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As the final phase of polling concluded in West Bengal on Tuesday, 
all eyes are now on May 13 when the fate of five chief ministers 
and their opponents are decided.

Exit polls, conducted by CVB News-C-Voter, suggest that Tamil Nadu 

is set to have a new chief minister in the form of 
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam chief J Jayalalithaa.

The polls indicate that the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam 

and its allies will lose a mammoth six per cent of its vote share 
(as compared to the last assembly election) while the AIADMK 
and its allies stands stands to gain over 
four per cent of the vote share this year.

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Did corruption cases rock DMK chances?

Last updated on: May 10, 2011 17:34 IST


Along with its allies, 
the AIADMK tally in the 234-member assembly 
is expected to be between 168 to 176 seats.

The DMK and its allies are expected to garner 

between 54-62 seats.

Surely, the corruption scandals that the DMK party is 

facing took its toll on the party's prospects in the election.

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Anjali Devi said...

A good news for atleast to be happy for two days.I was very upset wit the headlines today post poll projection.

Anjali Devi said...

I couldn't access to ur recent article..it says the blog does not exist..wat's happening?however Tamilnadu is saved atlast.