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Tonight on The Buck Stops Here:Is Rahul Gandhi playing Opposition to the government?Rahul Gandhi is no longer the Congress' silent No. 2, and in recent times has taken positions that have embarassed Congress-led governments both at the center and in some states. Mr Gandhi's latest statement puts him at odds with the Congress-run Maharashtra government, which recently rejected the report into the Adarsh building scam. While the Congress rushes to explain Mr Gandhi's new-found activism as the progressive face of the party, the Opposition BJP asks just who is in charge in the Congress. Are there any takers for Rahul Gandhi's crusade against corruption and push for good governance, especially since Congress-led governments continue to face serious corruption allegations? We discuss.Narendra Modi conciliatory after court's clean chit Over a decade after bloody communal clashes ravaged Gujarat, Chief Minister Narendra Modi spoke out for the first time on his personal experience of the riots. Mr Modi said he "suffered in silence" as he was accused of causing the deaths of his "loved ones" and described himself as "shaken" by the riots. And while this is the closest Mr Modi has come to expressing remorse for the riots, he stopped short of expressing outright regret. The BJP has hailed Mr Modi's statement, which comes in the wake of a court decision that clears the Gujarat Chief Minister of all charges relating to the riots. But for critics of Mr Modi, is this enough? We discuss.Powered by Producer : NDTV