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Tough going for the BJP

Chief Minister Raghubar Das faces a tough opposition alliance and disenchanted tribals who feel done in by the incumbent govt.

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched his election campaign in Jharkhand, he started with a roadshow in Ranchi on April 23. Though a grand spectacle, attended by some 200,000 people, many thought it unusual for the prime minister himself to hold

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