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Monday, Nov 29, 2021
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Borne Supremacy

The Nehru-Gandhis are India's First Family. But across the country, power is family inheritance.

Borne Supremacy
Borne Supremacy
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Political Dynasties Of India

The Nehru-Gandhis
They have held the reins of the Congress party ever since the struggle for Independence. It was Indira, though, who started the dynastic tradition first with Sanjay and after his death, with Rajiv. Today, Sonia guards the family preserve while son Rahul gets groomed for his political destiny.



The Abdullahs of Kashmir
A tumultuous political career later, Sheikh Abdullah passed the National Conference baton to son Farooq who in turn gave charge of it to a less than illustrious Omar.

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