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Final votes cast in world's biggest general election

The News Articles Sunday, 19 May 2019
Final votes cast in world's biggest general electionCitizens in India have long past to the polls within the ultimate level of the sector’s greatest basic election to come to a decision whether or not Top Minister Narendra Modi returns for a 2nd time period. Round 900 million folks had been eligible to vote within the mammoth seven-phase poll, unfold out throughout 39 …
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News video: Polls finally close in India's marathon election

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Polls have closed in the world's biggest general election as we wait to hear whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi will return for a second term.

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