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Sonia Gandhi s transformation from an unsure Congress party president to the unchallenged political chief of the ruling United Progressive Alliance government happened with some speed in the aftermath of the Congress-led coalition s surprise victory in the 2004 general election. Her renunciation of the prime minister s post enhanced her moral stature in the public eye, but it is her skilled handling of the equation with the prime minister, Manmohan Singh, that indicates the emergence of a self-confident politician, secure in her position at the helm of national affairs. In this fully revised and updated biography, Rasheed Kidwai tracks the evolution of the new Sonia Gandhi against the backdrop of the Congress party s return to power after years in the Opposition. The last five years have witnessed the Congress president s growing assurance in her dealings with party stalwarts, with coalition partners and Opposition leaders. Drawing on his long experience as a political journalist, Kidwai chronicles how Rahul Gandhi s smooth passage into the front rank of the party s leadership was achieved and gives a vivid account of how Sonia Gandhi navigated such critical moments as the office of profit crisis, the presidential election, the Indo-US nuclear deal and the vote of confidence. In Sonia, A Biography, Rasheed Kidwai tells the extraordinary story of one of India s most enigmatic women, whose journey from the small Italian town of Orbassano to 10 Janpath, New Delhi, is one of the most fascinating in contemporary India.
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Rasheed Kidwai, forty-three, is Associate Editor of the Telegraph, Calcutta. He graduated from St Stephen s College, New Delhi, and holds a master s degree in mass communication from UK s Leicester University where he went on a Commonwealth India scholarship. Kidwai is a regular political commentator on various television networks, radio programmes and newspapers. He is a guest lecturer at several journalism schools, universities and media organizations.
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