The Art of War

May 2013
India Today;5/13/2013, p36
This article reports on a martial arts training given to the women of Punjab, India's Congress on April 30, 2013, which is part of Mahila Congress chief Malti Thapar's program in preparation for the Lok Sabha Elections in 2014.


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