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Times Now to telecast ‘National Poll Projection’ today at 7 pm

The channel attempts to find out who would govern India, if the polls were held today

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Mumbai | July 29, 2013

TIMES NOW has always been at the forefront of political reporting bringing its audience in-depth analysis of the elections and that’s why it continues to be the most preferred channel of the viewers during important National events like the Gujarat & the Karnataka Elections.

With the Indian political scenario becoming increasingly chaotic by the day, whether we are headed for an early general election is anybody’s guess. However, in the run up to upcoming elections & with an attempt to find out who would govern India, if the polls were held today; TIMES NOW, in association with C Voter, presents National Poll Projection, a true picture of the mood of the Indian electorate based on a survey that gives us the Numbers that matter. National Poll Projection will not only bring forth the political picture that is emerging, but will also convey its impact on the Nation.

This special show that brings out the pulse of the Indian voter will be telecast on 29th July, 7pm onwards.

From the projection of the Political format that is surging ahead to the projection that tells us of the impact of Narendra Modi’s appointment as BJP's face of 2014 Elections, National Poll Projection will also reveal the role that alternative fronts headed by the regional players will have on the polls & the possibility of a non congress-non BJP government.

This exclusive telecast will showcase poll projections in a sharp, innovative format as TIMES NOW’s Editor-in-Chief, Arnab Goswami with India’s biggest Psephologists & political analysts, dissect the numbers to reveal a clear picture of the political formation that holds an edge, if the polls were held today.

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