India holds a ‘Super Tuesday’ of voting in its marathon election. Voters line up at the polls in Kochi, in southwest India’s coastal Kerala state. The 117 seats to be decided will be the biggest number of any of the seven rounds of the election being held over six weeks. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi joined millions of his citizens Tuesday in casting a ballot in the third phase of the world’s biggest general election. As many as 188 million Indians across 13 states and two federally-controlled territories are eligible to vote for candidates in 117 parliamentary districts, making it the largest of the seven rounds of voting.