Death of political dynasties?

Death of political dynasties?

Is this the end of the road for political dynasties in India? Or is belonging to a dynasty no longer necessary for doing well in Indian politics?
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Before the 2014 Lok Sabha election, the BJP’s performance in Haryana has not been inspiring
The NDA’s focus is on operational effectiveness, not strategy

The NDA’s focus is on operational effectiveness, not strategy

The NDA’s belief is that getting govt machinery working, and focusing on efficiencies, will help revive economic growth
Not yet time for RBI to cut rates

Not yet time for RBI to cut rates

The battle against inflation is won, although it is but natural that RBI wants to be sure after so great a sacrifice in terms of growth
Requiem for the Planning Commission

Requiem for the Planning Commission

From the stump speeches of Narendra Modi, it is likely that the new entity which will replace the Plan panel will be a body that will dwell on its function as a bridge between centre and states
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