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Parliament LIVE Updates: President Kovind says fight against corruption to continue full throttle, lays out roadmap for NDA II

Firstpost Thursday, 20 June 2019
Parliament LIVE Updates: Speaking at the Parliament's Central Hall, President Kovind laid out the roadmap for the Centre in the next five years. Amid number of topics the president touched upon, agriculture and water resource management were among the key topics he stressed upon.
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