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

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Cong (I) Turbulence

Cong (I) Turbulence Romesh Thapar POLITICALLY, observers all over the country report no "waves", only hot air. Here in Delhi you would imagine that the midterm poll has already been held The walls of the city have been smeared with the names of youngsters fighting student ejections. The buses, too. And tens of thousands of posters have been stuck across road signs, bus stops and buildings. It would be interesting to find out where all the money for this vandalism comes from, and the motivations behind these frenzied contests, But we are otherwise engaged.

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