As India was released to the magnificent Hina Rabbani Khar, we bring you a number of the most popular ladies politicians - a number from this side of the edge. Pakistan put its best face forward when it sent Hina Rabbani Khar as smart foreign minister to India. Never before had a lot of Indian males taken as eager curiosity about India foreign policy matters till Khar appeared on the radar.
Here are a number of the female politicians which have made politics more intriguing than ever before. Never shy to wear a body hugging tee, Priyanka Gandhi is similarly open to draping a conventional sari when times need and takes it off just as elegantly.
Let's acknowledge it, the rest of India may never exceed the North East Indians. With a degree in law from the University of Pune along with a Masters in Environmental Management from Nottingham University, UK, the 30 year old is possibly among the more competent members of parliament. When she isn't a minister for rural growth, Agatha loves to take images and carries her legacy readily.
Talking of heritages, Priya Dutt possibly had the biggest shoes to fill after father Sunil Dutt passing away. Suave, reachable and aware of the role it should play out, Priya Dutt has carried on her father battle for the rights of sex workers. On the home front also, Dutt appears to became the pillar of strength her father applied to be when he was alive, countering the tricks of her wild kid brother, Sanjay Dutt.
The Canadian politician of Indian ancestry, Ruby Dhalla is most likely be better remembered for all the hoopla of a Hindi movie she acted. Much before she got herself a respectable occupation, Dhalla is said to have starred in Kyon Kis Liye a movie that allegedly had a number steamy scenes of the politician when she harboured showbiz ambitions. When she isn't in the parliament, she talks at the Catholic University of Lubin.
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