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'Time to hear the youth in the Congress', says Shashi Tharoor ahead of Congress presidential poll


Shashi Tharoor will face off against Mallikarjun Kharge in the party's presidential election on October 17.  [ read on.. ]


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Congress Presidential poll: It`s Mallikarjun Kharge vs Shashi Tharoor as KN Tripathi`s nomination rejected
'Choose Kharge but if you want change I am there': Shashi Tharoor on Congress prez electionOSSC CGL Admit Card 2022 OUT at ossc.gov.in, direct link to download here
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Premier League: Harry Kane breaks THIS Thierry Henry record in Tottenham's 3-1 loss against ArsenalBen Stokes Gives A Shocking Reply To Harsha Bhogle Who Questioned English Culture Over Deepti Sharma Mankad Controversy
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'Off you pop then': Mayor slams fellow Tory who dubbed Birmingham a 'dump'
A lesson from 'Reaganomics': Collision of theory and reality could prove fatal for PM and her partyNations demand urgent meeting with Kwarteng as Tory top team doubles down on plan to cut spending
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Hurricane Ian is estimated to be one of the costliest hurricanes ever. Here's where it stacks up among the 10 most damaging storms in US history.
China and India abstained on a vote to condemn Russia's annexation of Ukraine's land just weeks after Putin acknowledged their concerns about the warPowerful earthquake shakes Indonesia's Sumatra, kills 1
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