The Telegraph
Tuesday , April 22 , 2014

That indelible identity

It is going to be the last month of Manmohan Singh’s tenure as the country’s prime minister. Even if all the opinion polls are just bunkum and the Congress is once again able to put together a ramshackle coalition to form the new government, it would be headed by a different individual. So that is t...   | Read..
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