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May 13: Women rein in Polls

  • May 13: Women rein in Polls

    May 13: Women rein in Polls

  • <p>A cycle rickshaw puller speaks on a mobile phone in front of Trinamool Congress party office in Kolkata April 22, 2011, with the wall painted with a picture of Railways Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee, ahead of the second phase of the state elections.</p><p><b>Mamata Sweeped the seats ousting Left with a historic win</b></p>

    A cycle rickshaw puller speaks on a mobile phone in front of Trinamool Congress party office in Kolkata April 22, 2011, with the wall painted with a picture of Railways Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee, ahead of the second phase of the state elections.

    Mamata Sweeped the seats ousting Left with a historic win

  • <p>A man arranges green powder, flags, umbrellas and caps bearing the symbol of the Trinamool Congress party in Kalighat district, the neighbourhood where its leader Mamata Banerjee lives, in Kolkata</p><p><b>A shift of power called for a mass celebration post CPM&#39;s defeat</b>/p>

    A man arranges green powder, flags, umbrellas and caps bearing the symbol of the Trinamool Congress party in Kalighat district, the neighbourhood where its leader Mamata Banerjee lives, in Kolkata

    A shift of power called for a mass celebration post CPM's defeat/p>

  • <p>M Karunanidhi, outgoing chief Minister of Tamil Nadu and leader of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) party, speaks during a meeting at party headquarters in Chennai</p><p><b>M Karunanidhi resigned after facing a heavy defeat from the AIADMK as Jaylalitha set to becomes the chief minister</b></p>

    M Karunanidhi, outgoing chief Minister of Tamil Nadu and leader of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) party, speaks during a meeting at party headquarters in Chennai

    M Karunanidhi resigned after facing a heavy defeat from the AIADMK as Jaylalitha set to becomes the chief minister

  • <p>A man walks past a Communist Party of India (Marxist) party symbol in Kolkata</p><p><b>The left was defeated from power after a period of 34 years as Mamata Banerjee braces to become the next chief minister</b></p>

    A man walks past a Communist Party of India (Marxist) party symbol in Kolkata

    The left was defeated from power after a period of 34 years as Mamata Banerjee braces to become the next chief minister

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