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People say the next election will be fought on the swadeshi versus videshi question. They wonder how Sonia Gandhi will fare. Well, it is time for ...

Bull's Eye
Bull's Eye
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People say the next election will be fought on the swadeshi versus videshi question. They wonder how Sonia Gandhi will fare. Well, it is time for some plain speaking. It is time to take a stand.

The bjp opposes Sonia because it thinks she is too videshi. I oppose her because I think she is too swadeshi. Consider her record.

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