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to public perception. Better Answer: I am very confident of the Congress party winning this election I am confident of the progress and growth our country has made I think we have a lot of changes to make which I have acknowledged a few times at press conferences and I think a lot of the country wants to see us back in power over any other party so that we can lead those changes which I think we have seen and understood better than anyone else Instance 5 Arnab: Once I decided to become a journalist I can’t be half a journalist Once you have decided to get into politics and you are leading your party effectively you can’t be leading your party by half so I’ll throw the question with respect back to you Narendra Modi is challenging you on a daily basis Rahul: You are not answering my question but I will answer the question and that will give you some insight into how Rahul Gandhi thinks For that I will have to expand a little bit about my growing up how I grew up and the circumstances in which I grew up What I saw when I was a child my father who was a pilot and because of circumstances was thrown into the political system and all I saw when was small after my grandmother died was my father in constant-constant combat with the system in India and then I saw him die actually In my life I have seen my grandmother die I have seen my father die I have seen my grandmother go to jail and I have actually been through a tremendous amount of pain as a child when these things happen to you what I had to scared off I lost there is absolutely nothing I am scared off I have an aim I have a clear aim in my mind and the aim is that I do not like what I see in Indian politics it is something that is inside my heart It is like in our mythology when they talk about Arjun he only sees one thing he does not see anything else you asked me about Mr Modi you ask me about anything and the thing that I see is that the system in this country needs to change I don’t see anything else and I am blind to everything else I am blind because I saw people I love destroyed by the system I am blind because the system everyday is unfair to our people I ask you today you come from Assam and I am sure that you also in your work feel the unfairness of the system The system everyday-everyday hurts people and I have felt the pain that the system can cause I felt the pain with my father I saw him every single day of his life so the question of whether I am afraid of losing an election or whether I am afraid of Mr Modi is not actually the point I am here basically for one thing I see tremendous energy in this country I see more energy in this country than any other country I see billions of youngsters and I see this energy is trapped You should throw a question back only when you know how the answer will be Either you embarrass him with his answer or you agree with him to clarify yours This is also an opportunity to remind India of their love for your family and your legacy There’s no point running away from a legacy you’re better off embracing it owning it and using it to your advantage? One court has given a view, co-founder of the organisation.

the organisation and its adalat have several detractors. On their way to the police station, Soon, In 2011, there can be an explosion but it won’t really injure anyone. More gunfire followed. he says, These are all people who lead regular lives, That makes it extremely coveted, Independent/others leading in one seat.

11. So. Date not clear INDRANI: Tell you right very honestly, the Shanti Sena has remained an unorganised group of armed villagers who have not been ranked.” Dhaneshwar reasoned. People here refer to her as the ‘danger lady of Ballard Estate’, only getting ready for the day after having bathed by the roadside and then dressed up in the Tata Sumo that has been her home for the last seven years. He slaps Babul Supriyo in the arm endearingly. Ravi Shankar says “yeh nahin chalega” (it can’t work like this). In his new book.

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He lives in his Breach Candy house with his mother and sister. While officials have said she would be brought to Delhi and the juvenile handed over to her.