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The Pale Fire of Politics

The Pale Fire of Politics EMS NAMBOODIRIPAD, Chief Minister of Kerala, was in Calcutta last week and had intended to visit Gemini's Circus in Howrah across the river. He could not make it His political engagements left him no time for entertainment. It is to be doubted still that he missed much. He had a close look at West Bengal politics today, in which a United Front (UF) Government does the best it can

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