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India general election 2014: 'Will my vote make a difference?'

9 April 2014 Last updated at 02:30 BST

On the second day of India's general election, voters in Nagaland head to the polls.

The region, in the north-east tip of India, is not politically influential, sending only one representative to the country's parliament.

But the region is affected by a long-running insurgency movement and has often felt neglected by Delhi.

Sanjoy Majumder spoke to local professionals about what mattered to them.

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