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Tabish Khair takes the reader on a journey that forces him to confront big questions.
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Reading this book one cannot help thinking that Bhutto was probably his own worst enemy.
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K C Singh
Imran Khan thus shrewdly got Pakistan out of the Indian electoral battle, realising he will have to deal with whoever is the next Prime Minister.
Pavan K Varma
To an objective observer this is unbridled divisive cacophony which seriously undermines the macro attempts to project a larger unity.
The rules are very clear that foreigners cannot participate in any election campaign.
Parsa Venkateshwar Rao Jr
But Pragya Thakur’s case doesn’t fall into the same playful category as that of Rajesh Khanna, Govinda and Poonam Sinha.
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