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Signature campaign

V. Sudershan

Mr Ramkishan Chaudhary, President, Kisan Seva Samiti, presenting a memorandum from farmers to the Minister for Commerce, Mr Kamal Nath, in New Delhi on Thursday. Over 50 lakh people had participated in the signature campaign seeking changes in the `unjust trade rules' during the Hong Kong WTO Ministerial meeting.

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