By Counter Point Prime Minister Narendra Modi may just be channelling his inner Shakespeare. If you look closely enough, similarities emerge despite the obvious differences. From the ramparts of the Red Fort, Prime Minister Narendra Modi roared on August 15, “We can take tough decisions as interests of the nation are supreme for us.” “For I loved not Caesar less,... Continue Reading →
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