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India election train: Map

Use this map to follow the reports of BBC correspondents as they travelled by train around India to cover the country's elections.

Video, audio, pictures and entries in Soutik Biswas' India Election Train blog have been added to the map as the train stopped at eight key locations during its 18-day, 6,000km journey.

The train left Delhi on 25 April and has now returned to the city in time for the election results on 16 May.

Full coverage of the Indian elections is available here.

Follow the numbers for the planned route of the train and information about the cities.

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