Rajendra Mohan Pandey
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"Hi Rajendra, My name is Ross and I am from the UPOTY competition. I have been trying to contact you for some weeks now. Your image 'The Cook' has won a runners up prize for the Hour of 0800. I have been trying to get information from you.…"
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I am a graduate from Presidency University i would like to spread knowledge among other people of the various issues that are important to us

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At 8:03am on April 26, 2018, Ross Maclennan said…

Hi Rajendra, My name is Ross and I am from the UPOTY competition. I have been trying to contact you for some weeks now. Your image 'The Cook' has won a runners up prize for the Hour of 0800. I have been trying to get information from you. You have not been responding to my email so I hope that you will get this message and contact me urgently at ross@wildhighlander.com. very much appreciated. Best R.

 
 
 

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