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They are hardened capitalists and their human-rights pleas are a farce.
Outgoing Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh CMs may want to move to the national stage. The only question is whether the top bosses in Delhi would want them there?
| Musings from afar | 5-minute read
Musings from afar
As the West remains consumed with its internal problems, the Gulf states are looking for new partners and India’s pro-active engagement has given New Delhi a new profile.
The focus is back on issues that concern the commoners. Agenda of the people, set by the people.
With the victory of Congress and its possible undercurrents rocking the nation, Mamata's dream of a Federal Front has been dumped.
If an inexperienced Rahul Gandhi can take over the party’s top job, why not the others?
Regional parties are not concerned about national issues. National parties don't get regional sentiments. Why not restrict them to where they belong?
The biggest warning sign for the party could be coming from the urban areas, once believed to be the party’s stronghold.
Meanwhile, the BJP, with its fascination for history, should read up on the life of Alexander the Great.
The TRS needs to present a new vision and long-term solutions to agrarian distress, unemployment and Hyderabad-centric development.