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Turning out

In Kashmir Valley, voter participation at recent Assembly polls was driven by an overriding imperative.

Mountain autocrat, still

Subash Ghising has been the satrap of the Darjeeling hills for two decades. Responsibility for the region´s endemic problems sits squarely on his shoulders - and on Delhi and Calcutta powerbrokers that have helped him …

| Jul 02, 2006

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