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Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Most viral photos from Elections 2014_Part_3

  This combination of photographs created on April 1, 2014, shows Indian politicians wearing the tradidtional Assamese 'Japi' hat during campaign rallies in the north-eastern Indian state ahead of the forthcoming general elections, (TOP/L) Congress Party Leader Sonia Gandhi in Lakhimpur, some 377 kms from Guwahati on March 30, 2014, (TOP/R) Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (FRONT/L) Khumtai Tea Estate, some 380 kms from Guwahati on March 29, 2014, Congress Party Leader and Prime Ministerial candidate Rahul Gandhi in Guwahati on February 25, 2014 and (FRONT/R) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in Biswanath Chariali, some 256 kms from Guwahati on March 31, 2014. Voting will begin on April 7, 2014, in India's national elections in the two remote northeastern states of Assam and Tripura, before spreading across the country of 814 million eligible voters in a staggered process. Results are due on May 16.
 Gujarat state Chief Minister Narendra Modi checks time while wiping his head at an event at Udvada, about 370 kilometers (230 miles) south of Ahmadabad, India, Sunday, April 24, 2011.
 Gujarat state Chief Minister Narendra Modi wipes his face during an election campaign rally in Bayad, about 80 kilometers (50 miles) from Ahmadabad, India, Tuesday, April 14, 2009. India will hold general elections in five phases starting on April 16.
 Gujarat state Chief Minister Narendra Modi smiles during a public meeting in Ahmadabad, India, Thursday, July 1, 2004. The meeting was to felicitate Modi for the successful increase in the height of the Narmada dam project, that is believed to benefit the people of the state.
 Congress party Vice President Rahul Gandhi drives his mother and party President Sonia Gandhi to file her nomination papers for the upcoming general elections, in Rae Bareli, in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, India, Wednesday, April 2, 2014. India will hold national elections from April 7 to May 12, kicking off a vote that many observers see as the most important election in more than 30 years in the world's largest democracy. Uttar Pradesh is India's largest state with a population of 200 million, almost matching that of Brazil. Had it been a separate nation, Uttar Pradesh would count as the world's fifth most populous country.
 Rahul Gandhi clears a piece of dust from the face of his mother and Congress Party President Sonia Gandhi before she files her nomination papers for the general elections at a district court in Rae Bareilly, 70 kilometers (44 miles) from Lucknow, India, Tuesday, April 6, 2004. Gandhi signed papers formalizing her candidacy from Rae Bareilly that has been a political stronghold of the Nehru-Gandhi family.
 **TO GO WITH STORY SLUGGED INDIA FEUDING DYNASTIES BY TIM SULLIVAN** Congress Party candidate Rahul Gandhi, center, shares a lighter moment with his mother and Congress Party President Sonia Gandhi, left, as sister Priyanka Vadra, right, looks on while filing his candidacy papers for Amethi constituency in Sultanpur, 133 kilometers (83 miles) from Lucknow, India, in this Monday, April 5, 2004 file photo. Friends for generations, and then quietly distanced for the past two decades, the feud between the Gandhis, the dynasty that has dominated Indian politics for half a century, and the Bachchans, family of Indias most popular actor Amitabh Bachchan, has erupted into the open, fascinating a nation where politics and movie industry are followed like spectator sports.
 India's ruling Congress party General Secretary Rahul Gandhi, right, interacts with villagers during his 'Kisan Sandesh Yatra' or Farmers Message Campaign in Ahladpur, in the opposition-ruled state of Uttar Pradesh, India, Wednesday, July 6, 2011. Gandhi is on the campaign in an effort to raise support for a farmer's meeting scheduled for July 9. Earlier this year, Gandhi shook off most of his security detail, hopped on the back of a motorcycle and rode out to join a farmers' protest over land rights in the state, which has an election next year.
 Rahul Gandhi puts his arm around New Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit as dignitaries gathered at the memorial of former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on occasion of his death anniversary, in New Delhi, India, Monday, May 21, 2012. Rajiv Gandhi was killed in a suicide bomb attack on May 21, 1991 in Tamil Nadu during a poll campaign.
Scion of India's Nehru-Gandhi political dynasty and Congress party general secretary Rahul Gandhi, right fields during a cricket match between the youth and student wings of the party in New Delhi, India, Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2007.

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