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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Rahul Gandhi inspects projects under progress in Amethi

AMETHI (UP): Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi began his two-day tour of his parliamentary constituency on Thursday. Soon after arrival at Indira Gandhi Udan Academy at 11.30 am, he straight headed for the proposed site of Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology (RGIPT).

It may be mentioned, on February 20 in 2008, UPA Chairperson and Congress President Sonia Gandhi had laid the foundation stone for RGIPT and on the occasion, Union petroleum minister Murli Deorea and Union state minister Dinsha Patel and MP Rahul Gandhi were present.

For the academic session for 2008-09, MBA and two technical courses of this institute are being conducted from the campus of Feroz Gandhi Institute of Technology. Delay in construction of the campus for RGIPT was caused due to late allocation of required land by the state government. In future, at RGIPT several UG, PG and research courses would be started.

Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi and his accompanying entourage
after crossing Bahadurpur, Mohanganj and Jagdishpur, reached the industrial site, where plant of Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) is located. Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi visited the steel plant.

In 1998, this steel plant was started as Malvika Steels by USHA Group,with plans to manufacture steel products from pig iron. However, the plant was shut down, largely due to its being sick. On February 27, 2009, this plant was taken over by SAIL and on the occasion, the then Union steel minister Ramvilas Paswan was present.
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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

A System being put in place to ensure free and fair organizational elections in NSUI,YC:Rahul Gandhi

January 19, 2010, Bhopal: Congress General secretary Rahul Gandhi on the concluding day of his two-day tour of Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday, while interacting with media persons, said conducting organizational elections for the frontal set-ups National Students Union of India (NSUI) and the Youth Congress (YC), is complex but then a system has been evolved to overcome it.
“To ensure free and fair process with no space for any kind of discrimination, we have introduced a system to this effect, so that those keen to join politics and have clean backgrounds, get inducted in NSUI and YC,” elaborated Congress General Secretary.Citing the case of Tamil Nadu, he said in the organizational election for YC, about 1,000 activists, enrolled after fair scrutiny, are taking part.
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Monday, January 18, 2010

If keen to join politics, commitment to fulfill others’ expectations first and foremost:Rahul Gandhi

January 18, 2010, Madhya Pradesh : Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi begins two-day tour of Madhya Pradesh and launches membership drive for NSUI.
Whiled interacting with student in Gwalior he said....“Do not join politics simply for fulfilling your ownexpectations and any related benefits, but for meeting others’expectations by way of raising their issues and doing the needful,”
He was interacting with students of LN University of PhysicalEducation in Gwalior on Monday morning, on the occasion of launchingmembership drive for party’s frontal organization, National StudentsUnion of India (NSUI) in the state.
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