The Cost of Compromise

May 2010
India Today;5/10/2010, p9
The article discusses the political developments in India. It examines the results of the Parliament elections, in which the United Progressive Alliance (UAP) party of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh managed to capture the majority. It describes the Singh government as a government of compromise, and suggests that the Prime Minister and Congress President Sonia Gandhi should exercise their leadership to be able to achieve a second golden phase of India's Grand Old Party.


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