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Inside track: Hooked to hookah

Many Indian cricketers carry a hookah in their bags and take puffs during their free time.

Inside track: Lead drummer

Modi is familiar with both musical instruments since RSS recruits as part of their training are taught to play the drums and flute.

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Inside track: Powerful addition

P K Mishra seems to have more clout than either Principal Secretary Nripendra Misra or Cabinet Secretary Ajit Seth.

Inside track: Off the hook

The Congress is in a tizzy because of a mischievous tweet by Subramanian Swamy captioned ‘National Herald Part II’.

Inside track: Chinese check

Japanese suspect the hand of China behind the postponed visit, since Chinese President Xi Jinping is scheduled to meet Modi at BRICS summit.

Inside track: A modified behaviour

prime Minister Narendra Modi is already focussing on his Independence Day address to ensure that it is out of the box.

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Inside track: DD wakes up

It was only after a second or two that the rest of the CWC members hastily joined the chorus of protests.

Inside track: Bhag, mummy, bhag

The infuriated Congress camp, which regards DD as its domain, has now belatedly granted time for a Rahul interview.

Inside track: Que sera sera

Among the many delightful nuggets in Sanjaya Baru’s controversial book, The Accidental Prime Minister, is the one where a puzzled Manmohan Singh cross-questioned his media adviser, Baru, as to the meaning of the expression, ‘Que Sera Sera’.

Inside track: Number game

The Congress began its advertising campaign in January and reportedly spent around Rs 400 crore in the first round of advertisements for Rahul Gandhi.

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