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Rahul Gandhi’s nation-vs-union of states speech was unnecessary. It got lost in translation

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Rahul Gandhi’s nation-versus-union of states formulation to describe India is problematic and unnecessary. If he was seeking to make a point about diversity, it got lost in translation. Gandhi must understand academic debates don’t win elections. He doesn’t need to study ‘entire political science’ to communicate better with the people.

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Congress party Uttarakhand election manifesto’s call for reservation of jobs for women is a signal to the growing bloc of women voters in India. It’s making similar appeals in UP. Quotas are necessary but should be done in a nuanced, sector-by-sector approach, not as blanket reservation promised in campaign mode.

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