An Ideal Celebration

June 2013
India Today;6/24/2013, p48
The article reports on the move by congressmen in Uttar Pradesh, India to celebrate the birthday of Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi by cleaning slums, distributing fruits and conducting chaupals.


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