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Speaking to members of the Karnataka Media Academy from Bangalore at his residence, he said there were no war clouds and that the party would not divide. All issues would be sorted out before the first week of the next month. The Congress was a seasoned party to deal with such issues, he said.
On whether he was given a free hand, Mr. Antony said he was working in a democratic set-up and in the party's interest.
Mr. Antony said that the State, when he took over, was on the verge of bankruptcy and he had brought it back on rail. He spoke of the project of taking IT to the rural areas under a scheme called `Akshaya' in Malappuram district. UNI.
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