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Are the lives and homes of those who live in slums not important?
Why does JP support Modi? Is it fair to call him a Monsanto-agent? What are his political views?
The media should be contrarian while criticising or praising the government, but a little judiciousness would be welcome.
Will it be the end of days for today’s media if Modi becomes PM?