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More Vinegar than Sugar

More Vinegar than Sugar Nireekshak DURING a parliamentary session, news- papers generally do not have to Search hard for interesting topics of comment, Debates, bills, reports and even questions provide much food for thought, and not unoften there are controversies to enliven the news pages as well as to irritate or gladden leader writers. However, with the Government and MPs thoroughly preoccupied with the Bangla Desh crisis, the current parliamentary session is yielding far less than the usual crop of talking points for newspapers; Bangla Desh, moreover, being very nearly an all-party or non-party issue, is non-controversial. The result is that there is very little journalistic attention being paid to anything other than the fighting in Bangla Desh, he confrontation with Pakistan and the diplomatic Jail-out in the world capitals of this confrontation.

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