ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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The Strange Interlude

The Strange Interlude EVERYONE is agreed that Indira Gandhi is more decisively entrenched than ever before. She is enjoying at the moment the kind of support reserved only for those who are leaders among leaders. Morarji Desai, conscious of how he has been betrayed by those who encouraged him to confront "that silly woman", mopes at home and thinks of sarvodaya as a retreat. Chavan is absent with flu. The pathetic creatures of the Syndicate arc so demoralised that they have failed to mobilise effort on the Presidential election. Meanwhile, certain elements in the Council of Ministers are wondering when the axe will fall on them before or after August

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