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The Election That Changed India by Rajdeep Sardesai
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InSP had formed government by winning assembly seats. Rajdeep Sardesai may not be first thing that comes to your mind when it comes to ethics, however he is leaps ahead of other journalist, he has got integrity. Retrieved 9 May Nanabhau Patole Resigned on 8 December . All India Trinamool Congress.
A former president of the Editors Guild, Sardesai has won several national and international awards, including the Padma Shri in Died on 3 June . But the author was courageous enough to acknowledge his own weaknesses at times when reporting contentious stories.
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