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Batla House (Hindi Movie)
Hindi Movie
"Batla House" is inspired by the Controversial encounter operation which took place in Delhi in 2008, that raised questions across India. Was it a cover-up or a real

Saaho (Hindi Movie)
Hindi Movie
There is a ASU Student Discount is available for this film with a valid student ID. Saaho is a Indian action thriller written and directed by Sujeeth. The film stars Prabhas and

Saaho (Telugu Movie)
Telugu Movie
There is a ASU Student Discount is available for this film with a valid student ID. Saahois a Indian action thriller written and directed by Sujeeth. The film stars Prabhas and

CONFLUENCE - Classical Music
Cultural
Bringing you 'CONFLUENCE' - a group of 3 outstanding Hindusthani Classical instrumental artists - Shri Jesse Bannister (Saxaphone); Shri Prateek Shrivastav (Sarod) and Grammy

Hua to Hua: Told Pitroda that he 'should be ashamed' for '84 riots comments, says Rahul Gandhi

May 13 (AZINS) With Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP continuing their attack on the Congress over Sam Pitroda's remarks on the 1984 riots, party chief Rahul Gandhi Monday said the leader should be ashamed of himself and seek apology from the country.

Gandhi was addressing a poll rally here in favour of Congress candidate Amar Singh, who is pitted against SAD nominee D S Guru from Fatehgarh Sahib (reserve) constituency."What Sam Pitroda said about 1984 (anti-Sikh riots) was totally wrong and he should seek an apology from the country. I am saying this publicly and I also said the same to him over phone. Pitroda ji, what you had said was completely wrong and you should be ashamed of yourself. You should seek public apology," he said winding up his speech here.

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh was also present at the event.The BJP has stepped up offensive against the Congress over the Indian Overseas Congress chief's remarks as the 1984 anti-Sikh riots is an emotive issue in Punjab which is going to polls on May 19. During campaigning in Rohtak in Haryana and at Hoshiarpur in Punjab, Modi on Friday had hit out at the Congress, saying Pitroda's remarks reflected the "character and arrogance" of the opposition party. On Sunday in Amritsar, BJP chief Amit Shah had asked Gandhi whether the matter has ended with Pitroda tendering an apology for "justifying" the Sikh genocide.

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