The sons also rise, but all bets are off

Sharma, Kalpana
April 2009
New Statesman;4/27/2009, Vol. 138 Issue 4946, p28
The article examines five individuals, identified by the author as significant actors in the 2009 general election in India. Under discussion is prime minister Manmohan Singh, Lal Krishna Advani, leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Rahul Gandhi, son of Sonia Gandhi, the leader of the Congress Party, his cousin Varun Gandhi, and Mayawati, the head of the state of Uttar Pradesh.


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