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Lt Gen (retd) D.S. Hooda

PM Calls Retired Lt Gen Hooda, Assures That His Ailing Sister's Request On New Breast Cancer Drug Will Be Considered

Dec 19, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

On Saturday afternoon, Sushma Hooda tweeted that she is requesting the prime minister "with great hope" to intervene and ensure early approval and purchase of the drug Trodelvy for the Indian market as it would grant her and several others a "lease of life".

Surgical Strikes Were Done By Army Before PM Modi Too: Lt Gen DS Hooda

May 04, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

The Congress Thursday came out with a list of six anti-terror surgical strikes carried out during the UPA rule, even as the BJP rubbished the claims on Saturday and said no such operations took place before the Modi government


D S Hooda, Man Behind Surgical Strikes, Submits Security Report To Rahul Gandhi

The retired Army officer headed the panel set up by the party and prepared the paper in consultation with a select group of experts.

Congress Ropes In Surgical Strike Hero DS Hooda To Head Task Force On National Security

Feb 21, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Congress sources said party president Rahul Gandhi met Hooda and discussed the modalities of the panel.


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