June 8, 2023


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Review: Single Man by Sankarshan Thakur

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SinglemanRereading the latest political biography of the Bihar chief minister in the middle of a contentious general ele­c­tion prompts some serious reflection on the nature of leadership. It is said that the one who leads the orchestra must turn his back to the crowd. But politics is unlike conducting an orchestra and a political leader, more often than not, swims with the tide. Nitish Kumar comes across as a leader who ignores the crowd, rising above it and often swimming against the tide. Does that make him a good or a bad leader, the reader is left wondering.

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