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“We should talk and we should negotiate,” he said.
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Everything he said during the campaign, especially repealing Obamacare, is coming true.
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Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi took an aggressive avatar against Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Congress party’s national convention held in Delhi on Wednesday. His speech was laced with humour and sarcasm as he took on the government over demonetisation.
He was to be posted in one of the Arab countries, most likely Kuwait.
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