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Why Rahul Gandhi hugged this lecturer in Gujarat

Rediff.com Saturday, 25 November 2017
Ranjana Avasthi, a PhD holder, poured her heart out about the plight of part-time lecturers, prompting the Congress vice president to make the unexpected move.
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News video: Modi government worked in favour of 5-10 industrialists in Gujarat: Rahul Gandhi

▶ Modi government worked in favour of 5-10 industrialists in Gujarat: Rahul Gandhi 01:34

Porbandar (Gujarat), Nov 24 (ANI): While addressing a gathering in Gujarat’s Porbandar, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi slammed the Modi Government saying that Gujarat does not belong to five-ten industrialists; it belongs to the farmers, labourers and small scale businessmen. Gandhi said...

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