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The Alternatives in Delhi

The Alternatives in Delhi Romesh Thapar IN competition with floods and devastation all over North India, it was only to be expected that Janata party news would take second place. While some will read all kinds of cosmic messages in the series of disasters which have taken place in the ruling party's strongholds, the fact remains that decades of cynical neglect of forest cover, of river silting and of the drainage system, have made the floods an annual visitation.

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