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ELECTIONS are expensive business, but not too weighty a challenge for the “well-off” legislators of Karnataka. This is what an analysis, done by Karnataka Election Watch (KEW), of the affidavits filed by Ministers and Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs) in the southern States before the Election Commission of India has found.


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