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194 contestants vie for votes as Kerala gears up for polls with over 2.75 crore voters

IndiaTimes Thursday, 25 April 2024
Kerala gears up for Lok Sabha polls with 194 candidates across 20 seats. Notable figures include Kottayam with 14 candidates and Vadakara with 4 female candidates. Tight security measures are in place for peaceful polling.
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