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Advanced ‘Data Journalism’ Tool from Rediff Helps Readers to Make Sense of Karnataka State Legislative Assembly Elections
After a successful run during the Gujarat Elections in December 2012, Rediff has re-introduced its Sentimeter service that enables users to assess the outcome of the Karnataka State Legislative Assembly Elections across various scenarios

Narendra Modi sweeps BJP to victory for the third time in Assembly elections
Narendra Modi leads BJP to triumph for the third successive time

Gujarat Election Still Open, says Rediff’s Sentimeter Algorithm
Taking data journalism in India a step further, Rediff.com India Ltd today launched the Rediff Sentimeter, an interactive map-based tool that predicts who could win the Gujarat assembly election 2012

Shiv Sena and JD(U) to contest against BJP in Gujarat Assembly Elections
Shiv Sena confirms that it will contest in Gujarat Assembly elections due by the end of this year

Rift in BJP over posters hailing ex-national executive member Sanjay Joshi
Illustrated posters of Sanjay Joshi, the former national executive member of the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), hailing him at many places across Gujarat and elsewhere in the country, including New Delhi, accentuated the internal rift within the party on Tuesday.

'Entire country wants to see Narendra Modi as PM': Yeddyurappa
Former Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa on Friday once again called for a bigger role for Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in national politics, saying the entire country wants to see him as Prime Minister.

Yeddyurappa advocates bigger national role for Modi
Former Karnataka Chief Minister B.S.Yeddyurappa on Thursday called for a bigger role for Gujarat Chief Minister and party colleague Narendra Modi in national politics.

Modi's 'five star' fast, a gimmick, says Gujarat unit of Congress
The Congress party has termed Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's three-day fast from September 17 a political gimmick.

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