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Bangalore: Karnataka registered 67.28 percent polling in all its 28 Lok Sabha constituencies Thursday, with lowest (55.69 percent) in the high-profile Bangalore South seat from where Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani of Congress contested. "The final voting percentage for the state is 67.28, which is 8.48 percent higher than 58.80 percent recorded in the 2009 general elections," Karnataka's chief electoral officer Anil Kumar Jha told IANS Friday. In the prestigious three seats of Bangalore, thought the overall polling has increased by 10.62 percent, Bangalore South recorded the lowest in the state - 55.69 percent as against 44.74 percent...
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