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Karnataka polls: Congress releases first list of 218 candidates; Siddaramaiah to contest from Chamundeshwari

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Karnataka polls: Congress releases first list of 218 candidates; Siddaramaiah to contest from ChamundeshwariThe Congress on Sunday released its first list of 218 candidates for the 12 May Karnataka Assembly elections, which includes the names of Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and state party chief G Parameshwara.
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