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The Mind Is Not in Command

The Mind Is Not in Command Romesh Thapar EVERYWHERE in Delhi, there is talk about the mindlessness of government, In fact, many speak of a feeling that the leadership is unhinged, that it does not know what is to be done, or what priorities are to be selected, and is content to drift along in the hope that some solutions to our mounting problems will develop.

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