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Indian Express coverage of Karnataka election 2018: Live blog, panel discussion and real time result analysis on indianexpress.com

Karnataka assembly election results 2018: Log on to indianexpress.com for election result live blog from 6.00 am and live panel discusion from 9.30 am on May 15.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 15, 2018 8:08:12 am
Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress chief Rahul Gandhi. Karnataka assembly election results will be announced on May 15.

The Karnataka election results for the 224-seat state assembly is set to be announced on May 15, 2018. With the BJP and the Congress locked in an intense fight to control the all-crucial southern state, the results are being seen as a precursor to the General Elections next year. To keep you covered on the result day, indianexpress.com has an exhaustive coverage in store. We will run live blogs from 6 AM on May 15, 2018 with reports from Ground Zero from our reporters in Karnataka along with a live video discussion by The Indian Express’ top editors who will read the fine print of the results and do a real-time analysis.

Expect opinion pieces from political experts as well. Log on to indianexpress.com for all the coverage of the Karnataka Assembly election results 2018 on May 15, 2018.

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Where and how to watch the Live video discussion on Karnataka Elections 2018?

A panel of top editors of The Indian Express will break down the elections data and discuss threadbare its impact in Karnataka and national polity. You can watch the live video discussion on indianexpress.com from 9:30 AM on May 15, 2018.

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What is indianexpress.com Rally Tracker for Karnataka Elections 2018?

The Karnataka elections saw an intense war of words between the two star campaigners – Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress president Rahul Gandhi. During his entire campaigning, PM Modi targeted Rahul and Sonia Gandhi and the Congress party, labelling them as dynasts and corrupt. For his part, Rahul Gandhi attacked the Prime Minister for his “silence” over attacks on Dalits and minorities.

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Meanwhile, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah also upped the ante in the elections, raking up corruption charges during the previous Yeddyurappa-led BJP government.  indianexpress.com will take you back to the constituencies where these leaders campaigned to woo the voters through an interactive map.

Rally Tracker: How Modi, Rahul and Siddaramaiah campaigned in Karnataka

Historical data of Karnataka Assembly elections since 1978:

Backed by data since 1978 in the form of charts and graphs, indianexpress.com will help you make sense of the change that the state has gone through in the past elections. These graphs and charts will have data on gender ratio of the state assembly, assets of candidates and educational qualification, etc.

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Where and how to see Live constituency maps of Karnataka Assembly elections?

To give you the larger picture and real-time updates on results from each seat, indianexpress.com will display ‘Live Constituency Maps’ of all the constituencies. You can see results from each constituency here. Karnataka Elections Constituencies List 2018

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