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Lalu's son wins bike in contest

Anand Mohan Sahay in Patna | October 27, 2004 12:18 IST
Last Updated: October 27, 2004 13:03 IST


Tejpratap Yadav -- son of Bihar Chief Minister Rabri Devi and Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav, won a motorcycle in a contest organised by a Hindi newspaper in Patna on Tuesday.

Tejpratap, 13, who is a cricket player, won the Hero Honda after scratching a card.

Thousands of people, mostly readers of Hindustan, took part in the contest.

A mobile phone and a washing machine were some of the prizes that were distributed.

A newspaper hawker, Aftabbuddin, handed over the motorcycle to Tejpratap.

Tejpratap said he had taken part in the contest earlier also, but had not won anything.

"When I decided to try my luck, my mother was reluctant. But she gave in," he added.

Tejpratap has a brother and seven sisters.


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Sub: How does it matter

I couldnt find any reason to publish this news? How does it help to the readers? Is there anything amazing in this? What is the ...


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I am really surprised why was this news allowed to appear. Hundreds of people win something or the other in numerous scrtch-card contests, will you ...


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Sub: luck of laloo's son

In India, rich is becoming more richer. This is a very clear indication to what I said.


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Do not try to compete with Times of India by giving such crap news! Tommorrow you might give a news that Lalu's daughter passed in ...


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but where he got the prize


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