If Imran Khan had studied history at Oxford, Rahul Gandhi had also studied M. Phil at Cambridge. With the flawed familiarity in the subjects like geography, the history cannot be grasped accurately.
Lately we have seen how another politician like the stature of Navjot Singh Sidhu stepped across the defined tracks of the country’s topmost poll panel.
Different fingers are differently meant when raised!
Intervening into the all-around disapproval of the expression, as a mature politician Varun Gandhi presented himself in the respective characters of Rama and Bharat at the same time.
People-pleasing has no value in politics and sports. Only efficient ones are given the chance to emerge as winners in the end.
Rahul Gandhi turned out to be a little more selective both left and right for securing the just what the party’s political doctors suggested him to follow during this fresh time of parliamentary polls.
It has been rightly said that experience makes a man wise. The bookish knowledge shapes the mind in a sophisticated way but the experience remains nowhere substandard in our day-to-day life.