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Topic - Aarthi Ramachandran
"It's an unspoken rule in the Congress that nobody can, or will, be allowed to outshine Rahul Gandhi among the younger lot," Ms. Ramachandran said.
"Definitely, the expectations were that Rahul Gandhi would move on from being a learner and take on more responsibility," said Aarthi Ramachandran, who has written a book on him.