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“CSIR Still Has No Head. And It’s Directly Under The PM!”

Chai pe charcha in Lucknow discusses Modi's foreign travels, his indifference to R&D and how he is letting RSS elements dominate.

“CSIR Still Has No Head. And It’s Directly Under The PM!”
Nirala Tripathi
“CSIR Still Has No Head. And It’s Directly Under The PM!”
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Sunday afternoon was a wrong choice of day. It meant that the popular local coffee house was full and it was left to the enterprising Vinamra Agarwal to guide the rest to the new Cafe Coffee Day in Gomti Nagar. And so our chai pe charcha with coffee.

Everyone admitted they had voted for Narendra Modi in 2014. A year on, there is unanimity that there is more rhetoric in the air than action on the ground. But they are willing to give him time, and hope he delivers on the promise that he embodied.

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