NEWS: 269 CANDIDATES WILL FIGHT IN THE LS ELECTIONS IN STATE
Thiruvananthapuram: The LS elections would see 269 candidates fighting for 20 seats in Kerala, an increase of 45 candidates compared to last time. The highest number of contestants is in Thiruvananthapuram where 20 candidates are in the fray and the
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Manoramaonline (Date:03/26/2014 10:51)
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