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by Proloy Bagchi   
There is something unstable in Kejriwal’s persona that makes him behave in the way he mostly does. He has that penchant for ‘self-destruct’ and, in the process, he betrays the faith reposed in him by hundreds and thousands of common, educated and well-meaning people as also civil society organizations. Read On 

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by H.N. Bali
Dear Prime Minister
As one who has over the last six and a half decades been a witness to the goings-on of our polity, I crave your indulgence to set right another egregious wrong of our post-Independence history. And that is to show the nation’s gratitude to a great soldier who won a decisive war for the country, but was treated most shabbily because he refused to kowtow to his political masters. Read On 

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by Aneeta Chakrabarty

Pigs may fly. Even Hell may freeze. But our pompous opinion makers will never change, especially regarding their “universalist” stance on issues dogging the subcontinent. More attuned to being sunny ambassadors of the world, rather than embracing the shadowed corners of the nation, they excel in the spin and bask in their star power.  Read On 

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