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Election fever grips the country
Updated On : 07 Apr 2014,09:35 AM
A sand sculpture urging people to vote in Puri beach
A wall with graffiti depicting Indian politics
Reang refugees wearing traditional ornaments display their voter cards
A child collects posters and flags in Kandhmal
A BJP supporter wears cap and goggles bearing party symbol - Lotus
Supporters wear Narendra Modi masks to show support to the BJP's PM candidate
Flag sellers: Election fever grips Tamil Nadu
Flags in the making
Badges of the two major political parties - Congress and BJP
A Narendra Modi fan
A supporter of AAP holds brooms, the party symbol
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