Can Rahul Reinvent Congress?

January 2014
India Today;1/6/2014, p16
The article discusses whether Indian politician Rahul Gandhi will be able to revitalize his party Indian National Congress. It focuses on the changes in his political strategies, and his meetings with senior party leaders and cabinet ministers to decide his future plans. It also focuses on his efforts to understand the issues like price rise and corruption which play an important role in elections.


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