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Storms and Turbulence

Storms and Turbulence Romesh Thapar IN the Capital the impression is noW widespread that Indira Gandhi is powerfully entrenched. She has outmanoeuvred all her competitors and detractors, befuddled those who were seeking to topple her minority Government, made herself the subject of debate and controversy within the opposition parties, and emerged as about the only national leader commanding relevance and respect. For Indira Gandhi, it has been a stormy passage to this slippery promontory of power. And there are still many storms gathering.

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