ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Search for Identity

Search for Identity THOUGH the renewed schism in the Janata Dal remains unresolved, for the present visible signs of tumult in the party have subsided. Even so prognostications of an imminent split in the party, though seemingly premature, cannot be entirely discounted for there is more than a trace of residual tension in the newly launched public campaign of the rival factions. This resurgence of factional manoeuvring in a party that is at best only spasmodically united appears to be part of a process of defining its political identity

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