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PTI [ Updated 04 Dec 2012, 15:48:07 ]
Continue denying visa to Modi: 25 Congressmen urge Clinton
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Washington, Dec 4: In a setback to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, a group of 25 American lawmakers have urged the US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to continue denying visa to the BJP leader, stating that his government has not adequately pursued justice of the 2002 riot victims.



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