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Telangana election: 'How's the election fair'? Jwala Gutta says her name is missing from voters' list

DNA Friday, 7 December 2018
Telangana election: 'How's the election fair'? Jwala Gutta says her name is missing from voters' listBadminton player Jwala Gutta on Friday claimed that her name has gone missing from the voters' list and questioned the fairness of Telangana elections that are being held on Friday.
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