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The unipolar moment in India's politics is over. For nearly a year since the Lok Sabha elections, the opposition had been flat on its back, and the... ...http://smartinvestor.business-standard.com/market/Features-309535-Featuresdet-T_N_Ninan_Unipolar_no_more.htm
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