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  • Flagging off the 'Chetna' (awareness) Yatra here to mark 125 years of party's establishment,

    The Economic Times

  • Flagging off the 'Chetna' (awareness) Yatra here to mark 125 years of party's establishment, Gandhi said Congress will change the face of Uttar Pradesh by creating jobs for the youth of the state, where the BSP government has been 'neglecting' development issues forcing people to migrate to cities like Mumbai.

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  • Rahul was in Ambedkar Nagar, the constituency of Mayawati, about 180 km from Lucknow, to flag off'Chetna '(awareness) Yatras to mark 125 years of party's founding.


  • Flagging off the 'Chetna' (awareness) Yatra here to mark 125 years of Congress party's establishment, Rahul said, "The BSP government was turning its back on pro-poor schemes and still claims to be a pro-poor government.


  • Panchavati Gaurav (near Bombay hospital) and Chetna (Kala Ghoda) serve a Rajasthani thali.

    Gujarati Thali and Friend's Union Joshi Club

  • Bob O'Steen check this out for racing gamers Web Chetna News

  • Barker's lawyer, Chetna Patel, said that Barker suffered from an autistic spectrum disorder and that she was "desperate to please her friend" she "decided to become the boy the girl wanted". | Top Stories

  • Chetna was so controversial that Rehana Sultan, the actress who played her, said that the film permanently damaged her career.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Chetna 1970: A hard-drinking, hard-talking prostitute who, incredibly enough, has no tragic back story.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Meanwhile, Rahul, visiting the district for the second time, is scheduled to flag off 10 vehicles to cover all the 403 assembly constituencies in the state to form part of party's Chetna yatra, a senior party leader said, adding he will also address a rally.

    The Times of India


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