Indelible ink ahead of general elections

Updated on Mar 15, 2009 07:48 PM IST
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A company in Mysore is working overtime ahead of the general elections to manufacture the indelible ink used to dye the tip of each voter's finger to prevent repeat voting. The company named Mysore paints and Varnish Limited was established in the year 1935 with the sole aim of preparing lacquer for government and other documents. The quantum of ink for delivery in each phial has doubled to 10 millilitres for the coming Lok Sabha elections.

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