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Elections to the 294-strong West Bengal assembly are likely to be held in a few months. Image used for representation purpose.

Elections for the 294-seated West Bengal Assembly will be held in eight phases from March 27 to April 29. Counting of votes is on May 2. It is a three-cornered fight with Trinamool Congress seeking a third term, Congress and Left front fighting together, and BJP hoping to make its mark in the Eastern state.

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