Google rolls out Election Portal in India

30th November 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Google-Election-Portal-in-India-launchedNew Delhi, India, November 30, 2013: Google, a Search engine giant has launched an elections portal www.google.co.in/elections as a one stop destination to provide updates on campaigns, news and information related to polls across states.

According to a post by Google on its official blog, the portal will be a one stop destination, where voters will be able to get all information about the elections and answers to queries.

Elections portal will cover news information and videos related to state elections in Delhi, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and Mizoram covering news from leading publications and broadcasters both in English and Hindi.

Users will also be able to watch content hosted by YouTube partners on elections and links to Hangouts done by political representatives in the recent past.

Head of public policy and government relations of Google India Chetan Krishnaswamy, wrote in the blog, “Election-related search queries on Google have shown a considerable increase and the interest in news information related to elections and politics have started to peak.”

 

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