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Daniel Thorner

 Sangh, now a constituent of the Janata party, which as a protagonist of Hindu Rashfra naturally had a soft corner for Nepal, the only Hindu kingdom in the world. Further, Tulsi Giri and Atal Behari Vajpayee have, as members of Rashtriya Swayam Sewak Sangh in their student days, a common, or at least a corresponding political past. However despite this common spiritual heritage, things might not be smooth all the way. Vajpayee is after all the foreign minister of a country ruled by a government which has, besides the Jan Sangh, other constituents also whose leaders have been as close ly

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