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In southern India, it takes a village to update tattered land records

KONGARAGIDDA, India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Poorly educated and with few resources, Kanasari Veeraswami had no way of proving he was the lawful owner of a small plot of land left to him by his father in the southern Indian state of Telengana.
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