March 16, 2014

Manmohan Singh: Missing for a Decade

Ramesh Thakur, Japan Times

The Associated Press

A billion people and India cannot produce just one leader for the times? Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has been in office for two terms but rarely in power during that decade.

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