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My almost correct predictions for Loksabha Election 2009

My most popular predictions for Loksabha Election 2009 available at Prediction for Loksabha Election 2009 (Opinion Poll) on this blog provided almost correct predictions of Loksabha Election 2009. Here I predicted that UPA will win 230-240 seats where as NDA can win 180-200 seats. Though, Congress got 20 more seats and BJP 20 less and also in some states my predictions went wrong, however, overall my predictions gave idea on 3rd March that UPA is again coming back to power.
I also got lot of criticism from different people for predicting the win of UPA which I happily accepted
My Loksabha Election 2009 coverage put me on world map with various international websites like aljazeera.net, globalvoicesonline.org, United States Library of Congress etc recognising my work related to Loksabha Election.
I wrote 100 plus articles related to Loksabha Election. All these resulted in the 10 times increase in visitors of my blog and substantial increase in my blogging income.
I want to thank all supp…

Live Loksabha Election 2009 Results

Today Loksabha Election 2009 results will be declared. These results will be available in front of us 8 AM onward. For all people who want to get live results of Loksabha Election 2009, I have added few options below where they can get live Loksabha Election results.

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Final Predictions Loksabha Election 2009 (Exit Poll)

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Below, people can find final and last update of Predictions cum exit polls for Loksabha Election 2009. People can find First article of this series at Prediction for Loksabha Election 2009 (Opinion Poll). After the completion of Loksabha Election, we can find slight changes in possible outcomes. UPA and Congress look to be slightly losing their seats to third front and NDA. However, no political party or alliance looks to be in a state to form next government at centre. Third front can emerge as big player on 16 May and we can even see government headed by third front this time because third front is likely to get 90-130 seats. If both big alliances failed in Loksabha election then we can see small parties forming a strong third front with 180-200 seats. 2009 Loksabha will put many surprises in front of us and it will be hard for any party or alliance to head a government for next five years. At present, we can say that all op…