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West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar during a meeting with former state Governor and grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, Gopal Krishna Gandhi, at Raj Bhavan in Kolkata.

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Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, former Congress president Sonia Gandhi and party leader Karan Singh present Rajiv Gandhi National Sadbhavana Award to former West Bengal governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi during the award function, in New Delhi.

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Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram, CPI (M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury and former West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi at a seminar titled “Challenges Facing India,” in Chennai.

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Congress President sonia Gandhi greets UPA Vice-President candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi at parliament, in New Delhi.

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Opposition's joint vice-presidential candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi with Congress president Sonia Gandhi and other leaders files his nomination paper in Parliament in New Delhi.

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Opposition's joint vice-presidential candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi with Congress president Sonia Gandhi files his nomination paper in Parliament in New Delhi.

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Gopalkrishna Gandhi, opposition's pick for Vice President with congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad and others at Gandhi Statue in Parliament, New Delhi.

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The joint opposition candidate for the post of vice president Gopalkrishna Gandhi at parliament before file nomination, at Parliament in New Delhi.

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Congress President Sonia Gandhi with presidential candidate Meira Kumar and vice-presidential candidate Gopal Krishna Gandhi after the UPA meeting in New Delhi.

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Congress President Sonia Gandhi with presidential candidate Meira Kumar and vice-presidential candidate Gopal Krishna Gandhi after the UPA meeting in New Delhi.

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Opposition Vice President Candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi meeting with DMK President M Karunanidhi at his residence, in Chennai.

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Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh greets former Governor of West Bengal Gopalkrishna Gandhi after he was honored with Lal Bahadur Shastri National Award for Excellence in Public Administration, Academics and Management 2016, by Chief Justice of India Jastice T S Thakur, in New Delhi.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron and Gandhi's grandson Gopalkrishna Gandhi shake hands beneath the statue of Mahatma Gandhi by British sculptor Philip Jackson, after it was unveiled in Parliament Square, London.

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Gandhi's grandson Gopalkrishna Gandhi makes a speech next to a new statue of Mahatma Gandhi by British sculptor Philip Jackson after it was unveiled in Parliament Square, London.

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Gandhi's grandson Gopalkrishna Gandhi makes a speech during the unveiling ceremony of the statue of Mahatma Gandhi by British sculptor Philip Jackson in Parliament Square, London. The bronze sculpture stands 9ft-high (2.75m) and will provide a focal point for commemorations of the 70th anniversary of Gandhi's death in 2018

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British Prime Minister David Cameron (right) meets with from left, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Actor Amitabh Bachchan and the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, Shri Gopalkrishna Gandhi, at Downing Street in London, ahead of the unveiling ceremony of a new statue of Mahatma Gandhi by British sculptor Philip Jackson in Parliament Square, London.

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A statue of Mahatma Gandhi by British sculptor Philip Jackson is unveiled by India's Finance Minister Arun Jaitley (third left), watched by, from left, Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, British Prime Minister David Cameron and Gandhi's grandson Gopalkrishna Gandhi (third right) in Parliament Square, London. The bronze sculpture stands 9ft-high (2.75m) and will provide a focal point for commemorations of the 70th anniversary of Gandhi's death in 2018.

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CBI Director Ranjit Sinha presents a memento to Chairman, Governing Body, Indian Institute of Advanced Study (IIAS), Shimla, Gopalkrishna Gandhi at the 15th D P Kohli Memorial Lecture on "Eclipse at Noon: Shadows over India's Conscience" in New Delhi.

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Gopal Krishna Gandhi, right, a grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, former governor of West Bengal,talks to environment minister Jairam Ramesh, during the launch of a government project to build a green memorial for Mahatma Gandhi at Dandi, Gujarat. The project aims to transform Dandi, the venue of Gandhi's salt march in 1930, into an eco-friendly tourist destination.

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Villagers look on as Gopal Krishna Gandhi, right, a grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, former governor of West Bengal, walks along the beach during the launch of a government project to build a green memorial for Mahatma Gandhi at Dandi, Gujarat. The project aims to transform Dandi, the venue of Gandhi's salt march in 1930 a into an eco-friendly tourist destination.

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President Pratibha Patil and West Bengal Governor Gopal Krishna Gandhi during Platinum Jubilee Celebration of Indian National Science Academy at Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, in Kolkata.

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Union Minister of State for External Affairs Shashi Tharoor and West Bengal Governor Gopal Krishna Gandhi during the launch of the book 'Shadows Across The Playing Field 60 Years of India-Pakistan Cricket' written by the minister and Shaharyar Khan in Kolkata. Tharoor suggested India-Pak should re-invent the cricket relations gone bad by keeping match venue in US.

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Union Minister of State for Communications and Technology Gurudas Kamat (left), West Bengal Governor GopalKrishna Gandhi, Former Speaker of Lokshabha Somnath Chatterjee and Veteran Film Actress, Supriya Devi at the release of a postal stamp on late film actor Uttam Kumar, in Kolkata.

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Nobel Prize winning economist Amartya Sen looks on as West Bengal Governor Gopal Krishna Gandhi talks to him during Penguin annual lecture in Calcutta.

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Sunday September 7, 2008 
For a while it seemed Gandhi-giri had succeeded a face-saver had been worked out West Bengal government has asked Tata Motors to start operations at its small car manufacturing unit and reassured that no land would be taken out of the company's main plant in Singur or from areas earmarked for its ancillary units for giving to landlosers. West Bengal Governor Gopal Krishna Gandhi interacts with media alongwith Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharya, Trinamool congress chief Mamata Banerjee and Opposition Leader of West Bengal Legislative assembly Partha Chaterjee (second from left) after the end of meeting on Singur issue at Raj Bhawan in Kolkata. 

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Monday December 3, 2007
West Bengal government may have succeeded in displacing Nandigram from the headlines by ensuring that l'affaire Taslima Nasreen occupied everyone but the state's governor, Gopal Krishna Gandhi, at least ensured that someone showed concern for the beleaguered village. Here he is shown consoling an aged victim during his visit at a relief camp in Nandigram, East Midnapore on Sunday.

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