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That political power has nothing to do with protocol was established the day Sonia Gandhi heard her inner voice and handed the prime ministerial position to . But last year, that principle acquired axiomatic status, whether it was in the sneaky swagger of or the sarva
That political power has nothing to do with protocol was established the day Sonia Gandhi heard her inner voice and handed the prime ministerial position to . But last year, that principle acquired axiomatic status, whether it was in the sneaky swagger of or the sarva samaj Ram Lila rumblings of .
The days of 800 pound gorillas lumbering into positions that matter and hibernating there while popular aspirations boil over into resentment are over. The future clearly belongs to Machiavelli’s strong lions and shrewd foxes.
These men and women, hungry for power but yet with the stomach for the long haul, are reshaping politics. It could be a chief minister who transforms his corrupt bucolic image with a job well done at the Centre; another satrap who has a say in both a powerful state and an influential sport; or a chief minister who can work the crowds.
These politicians have a vision even if it is only for themselves. Their conviction is what gives them wings above and beyond the designations on their brass name plates.
Because she can swing the Presidential election of a lightweight and pass it off as a “historical occasion”.
Because even though Congressmen privately feel that her maut ka saudagar speech cost them the Gujarat elections, no one dares admit it.
Because her power doesn’t trip even if the party flounders.
Because his strident objections set the Left’s agenda and over rode the softening stand of some of his colleagues.
Because his party rejected most of the options given by the Congress for the post of the President.
Because his man became the vice president.
Time off: Loves Carnatic and western classical music and crime fiction. The Edinburgh based Ian Rankin is a favourite. Goes to the United News of India canteen in Delhi for dosa.3.
Because he did not take the soft option of resigning when he did not get his way on the Indo US nuclear deal.