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Prime Ministerial candidate of India's main Opposition party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Gujarat Chief minister Narendra Modi attends a party meeting in New Delhi on November 5, 2013. Modi is the BJP's prime ministerial candidate for the upcoming 2014 general elections. AFP PHOTO/MANAN VATSYAYANA

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Prime Ministerial candidate of India's main Opposition party Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) and Gujarat Chief minister Narendra Modi (R) and senior leader LK Advani attend a party meeting in New Delhi on November 5, 2013. Modi is the BJP's prime ministerial candidate for the upcoming 2014 general elections. AFP PHOTO/MANAN VATSYAYANA

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Indian bomb disposal squad members carry explosive materials following a raid in Ranchi on November 4, 2013. Nine live explosive devices, matching those used in last month's blasts in Patna where opposition leader Narendra Modi was set to address a rally, were recovered from the Hinpiri locality in the Jharkhand state capital city, a report said citing a police official. AFP PHOTO/STR

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One of the alleged leaders of the October 27 serial bomb explosions, travels in a police vechile on being produced at a court in Patna on October 30, 2013. Seven small bombs detonated shortly before Narendra Modi, a Hindu hardliner and the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) prime ministerial candidate, took to the stage on October 27 in the city of Patna, killing six and injuring scores.

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Indian Hindu religious men from the Maninagar Shree Swaminarayan Gadi Sansthan give the final touches to a 'rangoli' of Diwali as an Indian worker gives the final touches to a huge cut out of 'Statue Of Unity' featuring Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (C) and Gujarat state chief minister and Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP)'s prime ministeral candidate, Narendra Modi (L) on the eve of Patel's Birth Anniversary in Ahmedabad on October 30, 2013. On October 31, 2013, Modi is to lay a foundation stone of The Statue of Unity which is a proposed 182 metres (597 ft) monument of Sardar Patel that will be created directly facing the Narmada Dam, 3.2 kms away at the Sadhu Bet, near Bharuch in Gujarat. AFP PHOTO / Sam PANTHAKY

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Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (L) and Gujarat state Chief Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Prime Ministeral candidate Narendra Modi speak onstage after Singh inaugurated the Sardar Patel Memorial Museum in Ahmedabad on October 29, 2013. Singh and Modi appeared onstage together during the inauguration of a museum dedicated to Sardar Patel, one of the founding fathers of the country. AFP PHOTO / Sam PANTHAKY

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Indian National Security Agency officials examine debris as they search for evidence at the site of a blast at Gandhi Maidan in Patna on October 28, 2013. India's opposition slammed security arrangements after six people were killed by bombs at a rally by their leader Narendra Modi, fuelling fears of a bloody build-up to next year's elections. Seven small explosive devices, which were activated by remote control, caused panic on October 27, when they were detonated shortly before Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Modi addressed supporters in the state of Bihar. AFP PHOTO/STR

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An Indian National Security Agency official examines debris in the search for evidence at the site of a blast at Gandhi Maidan in Patna on October 28, 2013. India's opposition slammed security arrangements after six people were killed by bombs at a rally by their leader Narendra Modi, fuelling fears of a bloody build-up to next year's elections. Seven small explosive devices, which were activated by remote control, caused panic on October 27, when they were detonated shortly before Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Modi addressed supporters in the state of Bihar. AFP PHOTO/STR

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Bhartya Janta Party (BJP) prime minister candidate Narendra Modi (C) is garlanded as national president Rajnath Singh (R) looks on during a BJP rally in Patna on October 27, 2013. A series of crude bombs exploded near a rally in the Indian city of Patna on Sunday killing at least one person shortly before opposition leader Narendra Modi was due to speak, police said. AFP PHOTO

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Injured Indian men receive medical treatment at a hospital following a series of bomb blasts in Patna on October 27, 2013. A series of crude bombs exploded near a rally in the Indian city of Patna on Sunday killing at least one person shortly before opposition leader Narendra Modi was due to speak, police said. AFP PHOTO

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Injured Indian men receive medical treatment at a hospital following a series of bomb blasts in Patna on October 27, 2013. A series of crude bombs exploded near a rally in the Indian city of Patna on Sunday killing at least one person shortly before opposition leader Narendra Modi was due to speak, police said. AFP PHOTO

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An elderly Indian man receives medical treatment at a hospital following a series of bomb blasts in Patna on October 27, 2013. A series of crude bombs exploded near a rally in the Indian city of Patna on Sunday killing at least one person shortly before opposition leader Narendra Modi was due to speak, police said. AFP PHOTO

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AN Indian police deputy superintendent and other bystanders assist an injured man when a series of bombs went off during an opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) rally in Patna on October 27, 2013. A series of crude bombs killed five people in an eastern Indian city, shortly before opposition party leader Narendra Modi was due to hold a campaign rally, police said. AFP PHOTO/STR

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Bhartya Janta Party (BJP) senior leaders join national president Rajnath Singh(2R) and party prime minister candidate Narendra Modi (3R) on the podium during a BJP rally in Patna on October 27, 2013. A series of crude bombs exploded near a rally in the Indian city of Patna on Sunday killing at least one person shortly before opposition leader Narendra Modi was due to speak, police said. AFP PHOTO

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Indian Gujarat State Chief Minister and Bhartiya Janta Party's Prime Ministeral Candidate, Narendra Modi speaks during the 3rd convocation of the Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University in Gandhinagar, around 30 kms from Ahmedabad on October 19, 2013. Indian opposition hardliner Narendra Modi has boosted his party's chances of winning looming general elections since being named as its prime ministerial candidate last month, an opinion poll showed on October 17, 2013 . Many are convinced Modi, 63, can replicate Gujarat's economic success at the national level and revive India's slumping growth, but he remains tainted by deadly religious riots that erupted in his home state. AFP PHOTO/ Sam PANTHAKY

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Indian Gujarat State Chief Minister and Bhartiya Janta Party's Prime Ministeral Candidate, Narendra Modi gestures during the 3rd convocation of the Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University in Gandhinagar, around 30 kms from Ahmedabad on October 19, 2013. Indian opposition hardliner Narendra Modi has boosted his party's chances of winning looming general elections since being named as its prime ministerial candidate last month, an opinion poll showed on October 17, 2013 . Many are convinced Modi, 63, can replicate Gujarat's economic success at the national level and revive India's slumping growth, but he remains tainted by deadly religious riots that erupted in his home state. AFP PHOTO/ Sam PANTHAKY

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Indian Gujarat State Chief Minister and Bhartiya Janta Party's Prime Ministerial Candidate, Narendra Modi (L), Reliance Industries CMD and Chairman of the Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University Board (PDPU), Mukesh Ambani (R), British Petroleum Group's Chief Executive, Bob Dudley (2L) and Gujarat state energy and petrochemicals minister, Saurabh Patel (2R) look on during the 3rd convocation of the Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University in Gandhinagar, around 30 kms from Ahmedabad on October 19, 2013. Indian opposition hardliner Narendra Modi has boosted his party's chances of winning looming general elections since being named as its prime ministerial candidate last month, an opinion poll showed on October 17, 2013 . Many are convinced Modi, 63, can replicate Gujarat's economic success at the national level and revive India's slumping growth, but he remains tainted by deadly religious riots that erupted in his home state. AFP PHOTO/ Sam PANTHAKY

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British Petroleum Group's Chief Executive, Bob Dudley (C), speaks during the 3rd convocation of the Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University attended by Indian Gujarat State Chief Minister and Bhartiya Janta Party's Prime Ministeral Candidate, Narendra Modi, in Gandhinagar, around 30 kms from Ahmedabad on October 19, 2013. Indian opposition hardliner Narendra Modi has boosted his party's chances of winning looming general elections since being named as its prime ministerial candidate last month, an opinion poll showed on October 17, 2013. Many are convinced Modi, 63, can replicate Gujarat's economic success at the national level and revive India's slumping growth, but he remains tainted by deadly religious riots that erupted in his home state. AFP PHOTO/ Sam PANTHAKY

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