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Bellary, India after a crackdown on corruption and illegal mining

BELLARY DISTRICT, INDIA - APRIL 20: Congress party candidate Anil Lad is surrounded by voters demanding clean water and toilets in the iron-ore mining district of Bellary in southern India on April 20, 2013. Chinese demand had turned the mining town of Bellary into a boom town and many became overnight-millionaires in the past decade.  A massive probe into corruption and illegal mining led a court shut down all mining in 2011. Anil Lad is also a mining millionaire, and the court canceled his mining license last week because of environmental irregularities. But today, nobody is talking about corruption in the ongoing election campaign, and the mining millionaires are back in the fray.  (Photo by Rama Lakshmi/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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BELLARY DISTRICT, INDIA - APRIL 20: Congress party candidate Anil Lad is surrounded by voters demanding clean water and toilets in the iron-ore mining district of Bellary in southern India on April 20, 2013. Chinese demand had turned the mining town of Bellary into a boom town and many became overnight-millionaires in the past decade.  A massive probe into corruption and illegal mining led a court shut down all mining in 2011. Anil Lad is also a mining millionaire, and the court canceled his mining license last week because of environmental irregularities. But today, nobody is talking about corruption in the ongoing election campaign, and the mining millionaires are back in the fray.  (Photo by Rama Lakshmi/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Congress party candidate Anil Lad is surrounded by voters demanding... News Photo 167945777Bathroom,Candidate,Clean,Congress,Demanding,District,Horizontal,Human Interest,India,Karnataka,Mining,Political Party,Voting,WaterPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2013 The Washington PostBELLARY DISTRICT, INDIA - APRIL 20: Congress party candidate Anil Lad is surrounded by voters demanding clean water and toilets in the iron-ore mining district of Bellary in southern India on April 20, 2013. Chinese demand had turned the mining town of Bellary into a boom town and many became overnight-millionaires in the past decade.  A massive probe into corruption and illegal mining led a court shut down all mining in 2011. Anil Lad is also a mining millionaire, and the court canceled his mining license last week because of environmental irregularities. But today, nobody is talking about corruption in the ongoing election campaign, and the mining millionaires are back in the fray.  (Photo by Rama Lakshmi/The Washington Post via Getty Images)