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Seen her lead the party, see her lead the children

August 20, 2005

The 61st birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, who was assassinated in Tamil Nadu's Sri Perumbadur village in May 1991 by activists of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, was marked by a memorial service in New Delhi.

The event gave journalists and photographers a glimpse of what they had not been able to see often.

Congress president and chairperson of the United Progressive Alliance government Sonia Gandhi spending time with her grandchildren.

Sonia, who paid tributes to her husband on Saturday, was accompanied by her daughter Priyanka, son-in-law Robert Vadhra and her grandchildren on the occasion.

The Congress supremo was seen explaining procedures to the tiny tots, much to the delight of photographers who kept their cameras busy.

Photo Credit:  PRAKASH SINGH/AFP/Getty Images


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Sub: Really Good

I think this is really Nice Moment for Gandhi's Family .... I really like this very much ... These Grand Children always proud on their ...


Posted by Asad





Sub: wonderful

lovely pic of the family together, rahul missing. shows the soft side of soniaji and an indian famlily necleus.


Posted by rita roy





Sub: Sonia and her grand children aka the future Congress Presidents

Sonia and her grand children aka the future Congress Presidents (May be future prime ministers of India). Shame...


Posted by Shiva4u1





Sub: Nothing great

What is great about this? Every grandmother does this. My grandmother also did it to me and my daughter's grandmother does the same. Nothing special. ...


Posted by Pradeep





Sub: grandmother

Nice Pic!! She has always been talked for political reasons. This is really soothing.


Posted by Anjali




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