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DC 50 Years Ago

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From left to right, Congress party Vice President Rahul Gandhi, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, and Congress party President Sonia Gandhi release party manifesto ahead of the general elections, in New Delhi, India, Wednesday. Photo: AP
Sonia Gandhi promises a secular India, health and housing schemes for the poor
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