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End This Rule by Yaars

End This Rule by 'Yaars' ONE of the plus points of resuming an interrupted column on India is that the political and economic situation unusually remain static, marks time. Yes, Assam has been lost to the ruling party, but surely some such result was expected after several years of insensitive governance. The Punjab accord is also coming under increasing strain, and only because a belated solution was not backed up by the necessary corrective action. And the so-called centenery turned out to be the sorry, messy, vulgar tamasha it was expected to be.

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