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Indians head to polls after seven killed in village election clashes

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Military personnel stand guard as voters queue outside a polling station in Kolkata, after at least seven people were killed and dozens more injured following clashes over local polls in West Bengal, a state notorious for political violence during election campaigns. IMAGES

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