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Indian Congress Party supporters shout slogans against the Chief Minister for the western state of Gujarat and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi during a protest in front of the BJP headquaters in New Delhi on May 1, 2014. Indian frontrunner for prime minister Narendra Modi predicted defeat for the Gandhi political dynasty as he voted in his home state in the latest stage of the country's mammoth elections. Modi, a Hindu nationalist hardliner, voted in the city of Ahmedabad in Gujarat state before taking a 'selfie' of his inked finger and flashing his party's symbol of the lotus flower to cheering crowds. Modi, 63, immediately ran into trouble with the Election Commission over his actions which were televised live, accusing him of violating a code of conduct by campaigning in a polling area. AFP PHOTO/RAVEENDRAN (Photo credit should read RAVEENDRAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian Congress Party supporters shout slogans against the Chief Minister for the western state of Gujarat and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi during a protest in front of the BJP headquaters in New Delhi on May 1, 2014. Indian frontrunner for prime minister Narendra Modi predicted defeat for the Gandhi political dynasty as he voted in his home state in the latest stage of the country's mammoth elections. Modi, a Hindu nationalist hardliner, voted in the city of Ahmedabad in Gujarat state before taking a 'selfie' of his inked finger and flashing his party's symbol of the lotus flower to cheering crowds. Modi, 63, immediately ran into trouble with the Election Commission over his actions which were televised live, accusing him of violating a code of conduct by campaigning in a polling area. AFP PHOTO/RAVEENDRAN (Photo credit should read RAVEENDRAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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