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Apsara R
National General Secretary, Mahila Congress Indian National Congress. Communication & Civil Society Outreach In-Charge, Mahila Congress. Tweets are personal.
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Apsara R 4h
An astute lawyer who shall forever be remembered for his articulate speeches and political appeal cutting across strata, Shri Ji RIP.
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Rahul Gandhi Aug 23
Govt’s own economic advisors have finally acknowledged what we cautioned for long - India’s economy is in a deep mess. Now, accept our solution and remonetise the economy, by putting money back in the hands of the needy & not the greedy.
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Apsara R Aug 21
Women can be bread winners, pilots, architects building dams and bridges, passionate lovers who express their love first. We needn’t be shy to date, drive or demand our space in the world. We can bring home the money and provide. Women can wear a bikini and feel modest.
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Apsara R Aug 21
Women can be famous. Should be opinionated. Women must have point of views. Women should have a vision for themselves. There’s no need for us to be shy, soft spoken and fit into boxes that the society wants us to fit into.
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Sanjay Jha Aug 21
Vicious, venomous, vulgar trolls slyly use " karma" to mock the brutal attack on every opposing political figure. Just remember, folks, karma is a double-edged sword. It's watching you too. Life ALWAYS comes a full circle. Smell the capi!
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Apsara R Aug 21
Witch hunting such a senior leader and astute lawyer who has been part of scripting India’s growth reeks of arrogance. Ji will emerge much more stronger from this. At this time we stand by one of India’s most eloquent leaders.
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Apsara R Aug 19
To a man who taught us to dream and achieve. To believe in a future that we are a part of. To value our strengths and fuel our ambitions with hard work. Rajiv Ji forever you shall be our guiding light.
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Sushmita Dev Aug 19
I pay my humble tribute to Bharat Ratna, Sh.Rajiv Gandhi on his 75th birth anniversary. The whole nation remembers the visionary Prime Minister, who scripted the story of IT revolution in India, worked for equality of women in governance and inclusion of youth.
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Apsara R Aug 16
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Mirror Now Aug 15
Special: Out & Proud "While the world is accepting the Transgenders into education & employment, families are not. Parental embrace is really important for empowerment" Listen in as Indian Politician Apsara Reddy shares the story of coming out
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Sharmistha Mukherjee Aug 9
Sir, has served the nation all his life as member (except his Presidential years). When you recognise his contribution, you also by default acknowledge Congress’ contribution. Thanks for acknowledging it😊🙏
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Rahul Gandhi Aug 10
Haryana CM, Khattar's comment on Kashmiri women is despicable and shows what years of RSS training does to the mind of a weak, insecure and pathetic man. Women are not assets to be owned by men.
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Apsara R Aug 11
To me Shri Ji signifies hope, humility and honesty. These qualities will become all the more essential as we live through this government and its decisions. One day I know Rahul Ji will lead India. For now .
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Apsara R Aug 6
Enabling voices. Enabling access and above all empowering women to dream and achieve those dreams of political careers and raising their voices against cruelty and injustices.
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Apsara R Aug 6
Gender justice as its key objective under the leadership of Ji has brought about equality and empowerment to women and with it a platform for women and men to understand and address issues as a people, not divided by gender.
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Apsara R Aug 6
No other platform in the history of Indian politics has made a mainstream entry possible for a transwoman. I owe my happiness and political voice to Shri Ji and Ji. Only
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Apsara R Aug 6
Wishing Ji a very Happy Birthday. May you continue to shine and spread happiness Sanjay Ji. God bless.
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Apsara R Aug 6
Sad demise of one of India’s most progessive educationists and a woman of strength. Will miss you of Padma Seshadri schools. I’ll remember your many conversations on life, love and travel that even now bring a smile to me.
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Apsara R Aug 6
Sad to hear about the passing of one of India’s most charismatic women leaders whose chaste Hindi, social media savvy and commitment to her party’s ideals stood out. May you RIP Ji.
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