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INDIA-ELECTION/ADANI
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April 10, 2014 
A worker sprays water over piles of coal as a bulldozer shifts coal at Mundra Port Coal Terminal in the... 
MUNDRA, India 
A worker sprays water over piles of coal as a bulldozer shifts coal at Mundra Port Coal Terminal in the... 
A worker sprays water over piles of coal as a bulldozer shifts coal at Mundra Port Coal Terminal in the western Indian state of Gujarat April 2, 2014. The way billionaire Indian infrastructure-builder Gautam Adani sees it, working with the government does not make him a crony-capitalist. Adani's rapid ascent to the top tier of Indian business is often associated with the rise of Narendra Modi, the Hindu nationalist opposition leader widely expected to become India's next prime minister once the country's election ends next month. Its flagship Adani Enterprises soared 22.9 percent for its biggest daily gain on Thursday and has nearly doubled since the start of February, compared with a nearly 20 percent gain in the infrastructure index. Picture taken April 2, 2014. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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