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Rajnath Singh does not start his second tenure with a clean slate, and he is burdened by his own uninspiring record, but circumstances have conspired to give him a significant choice: as party president, he can either build on the tentative assertion of his party against the organisation that is its back-seat driver or not. Of course, as he works out a new balance, or treads an older path, he must also stanch the party's bleeding in Karnataka, steer the party through assembly elections in 2013 and brace for a possible Narendra Modi takeover before 2014.

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