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Autocrats keep a few menials, in top positions, as their PR agents who project their leader as the ‘savior’ of the people and justifying his/her blunders and wrong-doings
apicture Mathew John
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“It is a calculated step for the Uttar Pradesh elections. For this government, democracy begins and ends with elections."
apicture Dr. Prakash Louis
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A good Constitution is important in a democracy, but much more important is the manner in which it works
apicture Dr. Pauly Mathew Muricken
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apicture Pachu Menon
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apicture Fr. J. Felix Raj
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apicture Robert Clements
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The agitation will continue till the government prepares a roadmap for protesting farmers
apicture Anju Grover
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