INDIA: Along with the disease, the politics

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With Covid-19 infections rising (likely to touch 1mn in the next few days) and little sign that the country is going to flatten the curve anytime soon, the opposition, led by the Congress party, has sharpened its criticism of New Delhi’s handling of the pandemic. However, in internal discussions, the party is advising its top leadership to train its guns on the government and avoid attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi personally as his popularity remains intact. The opposition led by the Congress’s Rahul Gandhi has upped its game. After first promising to stand by the government to beat
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