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He pursued further education at the London School of Economics and University College London, and at the same time he became a passionate proponent of India's freedom. Later he was admitted to the English bar, and after joining the Labor Party he was elected borough councilor of St. Pancreas, London. St. Pancreas later conferred on him the Freedom of the Borough, the only other person so honored being Bernard Shaw. Who was this Indian?

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Answered by miss, 19 Nov '08 11:42 pm

 
  
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