The Doctor of Drift

July 2012
India Today;7/23/2012, p1
The article points out that India's Prime Minister (PM) Manmohan Singh has jeopardized his second term in office by ruling himself out of contention and sabotaging his record. It describes the motivations behind the first term and the second term of a politician. It observes that Singh is content with holding operation that serves more like a personal comfort of glamour events and thinks of unattainable goals like world or regional peace.


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