May 17, 2014

Modi Must Learn from India's Fall Guy

Rahul Pandita, The Hindu

The Associated Press

Something very subtle but extraordinary happened during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s farewell function in Delhi on the evening of May 14. Mr. Singh was standing next to his wife when Sonia Gandhi walked in and greeted him. He returned it and then left her there to meet his ministers and other Congress leaders. His wife followed him.

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