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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi appeared again at the ED office on Tuesday at 11 in the morning for the fifth day of his questioning in the National Herald money laundering case. His questioning continued past 10pm on Tuesday, but it is learnt he may not be called again this week. He had left the ED office past midnight on Monday, spending close to 12 hours with the investigation team.

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