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Ajai Shukla: Naxalism - Arranging the facts

After six decades of floundering through dozens of uprisings, Indias govt is facing the Naxal challenge as incoherently as ever

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Ajai Shukla: - Arranging the facts
After six decades of floundering through dozens of uprisings, India

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Ajai Shukla: Naxalism - Arranging the facts

After six decades of floundering through dozens of uprisings, Indias govt is facing the Naxal challenge as incoherently as ever

French diplomat and wordsmith nonpareil Charles Maurice de Talleyrand remarked of the Bourbon dynasty — restored to power after the Napoleonic Wars and back to their old excesses — that “they had learned nothing and forgotten nothing”. That withering observation accurately describes New Delhi today. >
Ajai Shukla: Naxalism - Arranging the facts
After six decades of floundering through dozens of uprisings, India image

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