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Rajiv Gandhi

Rajiv Gandhi

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  1. A true Nehru-Gandhi loyalist, Jayanthi Natarajan upheld the legacy of her Congress family and represented the party in Rajya Sabha four times from 1986. FULL ARTICLE AT Times of India

  2. Stories 'planted' to blot my name: Sujatha SinghSujatha is the first foreign secretary to be removed unceremoniously after Rajiv Gandhi removed AP Venkateswaran 28 years ago in 1987. FULL ARTICLE AT The Economic Times, India

  1. Striking a personal note, Congress President Sonia Gandhi condoled the death Colonel M N Rai, a commanding officer who died in a gun battle with terrorists, and wrote to his ... FULL ARTICLE AT DNA India

  2. 'Unhappy' govt sacks Foreign Secy Sujatha SinghSingh is the first foreign secretary to be removed unceremoniously after Rajiv Gandhi removed AP Venkateswaran 28 years ago in 1987. FULL ARTICLE AT The Economic Times, India

  3. Jaishankar, India's ambassador to the US, is the new foreign secretary. Sujatha Singh is the first foreign secretary to be removed unceremoniously after Rajiv Gandhi removed AP Venkateswaran 28 ... FULL ARTICLE AT Times of India

  1. Let's not stray from development agenda and not forget the Rajiv Gandhi govt going astray, he muses aloud, while hard-selling India to a receptive audience FULL ARTICLE AT Business Standard

  2. Man swallows false teeth in sleep; removed in tricky surgery

    A 65-year old man accidentally swallowed his denture and it was removed from the food pipe in a tricky surgery by doctors at a government hospital in Chennai. Chinnathambi, a ... FULL ARTICLE AT DNA India

  3. Rear view: Lost in Lanka

    Rajiv Gandhi’s Colombo policy was flawed. It turned both Tamils and Sinhalese against New Delhi and dented the image of the Indian army. FULL ARTICLE AT The Indian Express

  4. A 32-year-old US-returned engineer from Habeebnagar in the city was arrested at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport late on Thursday night while he was allegedly on his way to Syria to ... FULL ARTICLE AT Times of India

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Rajiv Gandhi IPA: [raːdʒiːv gaːnd̪ʰiː]; 20 August 1944 – 21 May 1991), the elder son of Indira and Feroze Gandhi, was the 9th Prime Minister of India (and the third from the Nehru-Gandhi family) from his mother's death on 31 October 1984 until his resignation on 2 December 1989 following a general election defeat. He became the the youngest Prime Minister of India when he took office (at the age... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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