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Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Wednesday described Defence Minister A.K. Antony as his "guru".
Gandhi kept a quiet conversation going with Antony when Prime Minister Manmohan Singh released the UPA government's "Report to the People 2012-13" at the prime minister's 7 Race Course Road residence.
Asked later what he spoke with Antony, Gandhi told the media: "I consider Antony as my guru. I was generally discussing with him..."
Pressed further, Gandhi said he discussed "the general political situation".
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