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January 29, 2007
'Nothing will break the country'
'We are a democracy of only sixty years. What you see is only the froth on the surface.' says T N Seshan.

January 25, 2007
'Americans think democracy is like giving a lollipop'
'No society becomes democratic merely by holding an election,' says T N Seshan.

January 24, 2007
'Reservation is a storm in a teacup'
'Political personalities use reservation as one more plank to catch votes. Their heart is not bleeding for the poor ' says T N Seshan.

January 23, 2007
Why Mr Clean-up is less cynical about India
'The young people of 2006 are far more confident than the young people of 1996!' says T N Seshan.

January 17, 2007
'India is a great, emerging Asian power'
The historian and diplomat charts the rise of India. says Kishore Mahbubani.

'India is a great, emerging Asian power'
The historian and diplomat charts the rise of India.

November 15, 2006
'The complexity of India is most appealing'
'Has somebody in government ever stepped into a village? They talk very confidently about what's happening in India but you need to know the ground reality and give yourself a constant reality check,' says Edward Luce.

September 18, 2006
'India's growth rate is not a flash in a pan'
'The best solution for India's poverty is growth. It is not the only solution but is a necessary condition.'

August 18, 2006
'Like every human being, I have many identities'
'Group violence is aided and sometimes actively promoted by the miniaturization of human beings into just one identity,' says Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen.

August 14, 2006
'India can be changed by the new generation'
'Are we going to have a better deal from a new generation that will wake up and say: India belongs to us and India is great,' says Justice V R Krishna Iyer.

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