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The News Minute | June 27, 2014 | 10.49 am IST A study by a Bangalore-based organization has said that the Karnataka Legislative Assembly performed better on certain parameters compared to the 15th Lok Sabha. According to a report published by The Hindu, the study was done by a Rezorce and was submitted to the Speaker Kagodu Thimmappa on Thursday. The study said that the previous Lok Sabha had lost 890 hours whereas the state Assembly had lost just six hours due to interruptions. These included the suicide of a farmer in Belgaum and the absence of some ministers, the study said.
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