Afghans see India as a benign power and the powerful Americans as both protectors and subversives.
India must take responsibility for itself.
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In his 94-minute speech, the PM spoke about everything from LED bulbs to overhauling agriculture and even Bhimrao Ambedkar, but the K-word wasn’t mentioned once.
India's stakes, along with that of Iran and Afghanistan, in the great game have only become larger.
Clearly, the state's political parties have realised that the medium is the message.
After the campaign stops, parties woo voters with cash, liquor and food because ideology and promises are simply not enough.
If Chennai’s bars are any indication, she is.
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