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HindustanTimes Thu,18 Sep 2014

I am NOT Anna and don't want to be Anna

I admire Anna Hazare for his courage, fortitude, simplicity, determination and self-belief – and unequivocally endorse his goal of a corruption-free India. I don’t think any patriotic Indian can quibble with that. Let me confess: I also find Hazare preachy, prickly, sanctimonious, dogmatic and dictatorial. Arnab Mitra writes. They Call Me Muslim | Mind's I

A pill to cure all ill?

Given its top-down approach and wide mandate to fight corruption, the proposed lokpal is likely to collapse under its own weight, writes Nripendra Misra.

This is tunnel vision

With its mandate of ensuring that rules are followed, the lokpal may stifle initiative and discourage talented people from taking up bureaucratic jobs, Abhijit Banerjee writes.

It's fund and games

It is not the Delhi winter that has forced Team Anna to move to Mumbai. Sujata Anandan writes.

Reversing from fast to slow

Team Anna's quicksilver fluctuations in strategy will leave the public confused.
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