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May 31, 2005

'The king is weakening gradually'
'The king and rebels must realise that history will be a harsh judge. They should either come under a democratic tent or be prepared to accept the dark corners of political oblivion,' says Nepalese diplomat Murari Raj Sharma.

May 24, 2005

'I am still fighting'
'Lalu doesn't mind the BJP but is not ready for a Muslim CM. He wants only Rabri Devi,' says Ram Vilas Paswan.

May 23, 2005

'Assembly should've dissolved earlier, not now'
'The present timing suggests it was done under some political influence,'says Supreme Court lawyer Prasant Bhushan.

May 18, 2005

'We are not a better democracy'
'There is a need for debate in improving the electoral system,' says former CEC T S Krishnamurthy.

May 16, 2005

'India a responsible nuclear state'
'We are engaged in serious dialogue to see what we may do on the civilian nuclear side,' says US Charges de Affairs Robert O Blake.

May 14, 2005

'India has very important advantage'
'When the labour force of all other countries would be ageing, yours would be the youngest,' says US Charges de affairs Robert O Blake.

May 13, 2005

'Gandhi & Bose were not tainted'
'Some people in India say, 'If they were alive, things would be different.' This is an emotional reaction,' says Netaji's only child.

May 12, 2005

'Gandhi was a shrewd politician'
'He knew how to manipulate people in a positive sense,' says Netaji's daughter.

May 11, 2005

'India hasn't behaved honorably'
'Many members of the INA were reduced to poverty and some of them died in hunger.' An exclusive interview with Anita Bose Pfaff, Netaji's only child.

'Gandhi was no saint'
Exclusive! Netaji's daughter speaks

May 10, 2005

'US would be foolhardy to ignore India'
'Much of the recent overtures reflect Washington's awe at India's economic successes and reforms,' says economist Dr William T Wilson.

May 4, 2005

'Only the Communist party can help a person like me'
'I found that the only path to fight inequality was the path of revolutionary politics,' says CPI-M Politburo member Brinda Karat.

May 3, 2005

'Women are far, far more interesting than men'
'In comparison, men are almost two dimensional, emotionally and sexually lesser beings,' says Tarun Tejpal.

May 02, 2005

'Safe books bore me'
'Literature ought to always remain the outrider of society, the advance party of civilisation,' says Tarun Tejpal.

'He was haunted by India'
'Though all civilisations to Malraux seemed equal, India was more equal than some,' says Oliver Todd.


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