2019 Lok Sabha Election Results: Google Shows Indian Elections Result Across Google Search, Google Assistant And YouTube


2019 Lok Sabha election results live: Google is bringing live updates of 2019 Lok Sabha election results to Google Search and YouTube

Written By Tanmay Patange | Mumbai | Updated On:

Search giant Google brings live updates of 2019 Lok Sabha election results across Search and YouTube. Prasar Bharti and Google have partnered to show live updates of the Indian elections across Google's key platforms. Users can watch Doordarshan's telecast of the Lok Sabha election results streaming live on YouTube through the day.

"Over the last month and a half, Indian voters have cast their vote to elect the next government. As counting commences today, Google is bringing live updates to Google Search and YouTube," Google said in its blog post.

"We are showing live election results, sourced from Election Commission of India through Nielsen, on Search and on the Assistant (across Android, iOS and KaiOS). You can find national level results as well as constituency level results," Google added.

On YouTube, over 150 news channels including Republic TV are bringing live election results coverage through the day. You can watch the livestream of Republic TV's continued coverage of 2019 Lok Sabha election results on YouTube

Republic TV live stream of election coverage on Republic World

If you go to Google's homepage in India, you will come across a link to real-time election results. Similarly, YouTube homepage includes a live video from DD News channel to offer you Election Results 2019 Live on YouTube.

YouTube is offering a live stream of election results in 12 languages including English, Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Marathi, Gujarati, Malayalam, Urdu, Assamese and Oriya. It also includes sign languages.

"For the 2019 Indian Elections, Doordarshan is bringing inclusive live result experience to users on YouTube," Google said.

"Audiences in India can tune into the DD News YouTube Channel for the live video stream in 12 languages [English, Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Marathi, Gujarati, Malayalam, Urdu, Assamese and Oriya], as well as sign language. Live audio news will be available on News on AIR YouTube Channel," it added.

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Meanwhile, Google and Prasar Bharti are also offering offer exclusive livestream of the election results trends on YouTube.

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