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Interview of the Week

My book shouldn’t be seen as attacking Mrs Gandhi: Margaret Alva

After over four decades of an active political career and lately having been a governor, Margaret Alva in her autobiography — Courage & Commitment — sheds light on key events of India’s post-Independence history, from the imposition of Emergency and rise of Sanjay Gandhi to lack of trust between former Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao and Congress president Sonia Gandhi. In an interview to Manish Anand, Ms Alva recalls the working style of Sanjay Gandhi that harmed the Congress, and says that outside interference led to the undoing of the UPA-2 government led by Dr Manmohan Singh.

19 Jul 2016 6:20 AM

‘SP, BSP stand exposed... We will form the government in Uttar Pradesh’

Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, minority affairs minister, was recently promoted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi who gave him independent charge of the ministry.

17 Jul 2016 1:35 AM

Charms of a serial poll winner

BIRTHDAY IN ABSENTIA

11 Jul 2016 5:35 AM

Bangladesh is caught between Bengali and Muslim identities: Veena Sikri

Veena Sikri, a former Indian high commissioner in Dhaka well-known for her expertise and body of work on Bangladeshi affairs, is shocked at the Dhaka carnage. She spoke to Sanjib KR Baruah on the recent terrorist attacks in Bangladesh.

10 Jul 2016 1:34 AM

‘Salman’s rape remark is condemnable, callous’

Lalitha Kumaramangalam, chairperson of the National Commission for Women, spoke exclusively with Teena Thacker, clearing the air on the NCW's notice to Salman Khan fo

05 Jul 2016 2:57 AM

‘Tejas’ is the best example of the catchphrase ‘Made in India’

Dr S. Christopher, secretary, department of defence R&D, MoD, New Delhi, says that homegrown fighter jet “Tejas” is not only combat-ready, but future-ready.

03 Jul 2016 6:56 AM

‘I don’t see any serious threat to Indian currency from Brexit’

In an interview to Pawan S.

26 Jun 2016 4:32 AM

India’s economy unlikely to be hit by Brexit

How will Brexit impact the Indian economy

25 Jun 2016 6:06 AM

Maoist violence ebbing, vikas reaching villages

Jharkhand chief minister Raghubar Das has warned all those involved in the religious conversion of tribals that the state will take strong action against such activities and, if need be, a strong law will be put in place. While 22 out of 24 districts in Jharkhand are declared affected by Left-wing extremism, Mr Das, in an interview to Manish Anand, claimed that Maoists have mostly been tamed and only goons are now engaged in extortion.

24 Jun 2016 7:06 AM

CPI(M)’s loss

Expelling Jagmati Sangwan after she resigned from the CPI(M) is unacceptable.

23 Jun 2016 12:01 AM