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Don't need to be told what to do on democracy: India at UN

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India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador, Ruchira Kamboj said that the country does not need to be told what to do on democracy. Yesterday, India assumed Presidency of the 15-nation UN Security Council for the month of December. #RuchiraKamboj #UNSC #India

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