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May 31, 2007
'It could all change in 10 seconds'
South Asia Expert Stephen Cohen on why the US mollycoddles Pakistan, and why the India-Pakistan peace process remains fragile.

May 29, 2007
'Musharraf has no interest in pretend Islamisation'
'If there were completely free elections tomorrow, the mullahs will not be in majority rule,' says novelist Kamila Shamsie.

May 24, 2007
'Reforms are not a mantra to be chanted'
'Reforms must have a human face. And without that you cannot implement it.' Pranab Mukherji, in an exclusive interview.

May 23, 2007
'No government can claim it is 100% successful'
External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherji believes the Congress party has led the United Progressive Alliance coalition government very successfully these past three years and is learning coalition dharma.

May 18, 2007
'Success requires will, attention to detail, and creativity'
'In district hospitals in India, doctors sometimes have to see about 300 people on a difficult morning. How they did that with the modicum of resources they had was a lesson in ingenuity to me,' says Doctor and MacArthur Genius Atul Gawande.

May 11, 2007
'Perhaps Gandhi was an inevitability'
'The world should never underestimate the extraordinary brilliance and ingenuity of the Indian people nor their ability to adopt and adapt the best of the cultures it sustains,' says historian Andrew Ward.

May 10, 2007
'We'll defeat any Chinese design to capture our land'
'We the Arunachalis are children of Bharat Mata,' says Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu.

'The people are the masters of the country'
'Most people working within the government are good people. It is the kind of governance systems that we have that have failed us,' says Arvind Kejriwal, crusader.

May 07, 2007
'The bitterest result of 1857 was the savage way the British took revenge'
William Dalrymple on the First War of Independence and its lessons for the modern world..

May 02, 2007
'Solutions come out of talks'
'We are talking of a problem which is more than 50 years old. It cannot be solved overnight. It is going to take time,' says PoK leader Sardar Mohammad Abdul Qayyum Khan.

April 25, 2007
'Mulayam has taken people of UP for a ride'
'The people here understand that the Congress is not trying to exploit the voter on the basis of their caste, their religion. It wants development' says Kripashankar Singh.

April 24, 2007
'You can't win hearts and minds with a gun'
'Alienation has to be addressed,' says Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister.

April 17, 2007
'Dr Singh's efforts on J&K are genuine'
The author of a definitive guide to the Kashmir crisis Demystifying Kashmir speaks on the problem.

Meet an achiever, idealist and activist
Malkit (Mona) Singh has won the Truman Scholarship.

April 16, 2007
'You cannot resolve Kashmir on religious lines'
The author of a definitive guide to the Kashmir crisis speaks with Managing Editor Aziz Haniffa..

April 09, 2007
'Normalisation in J&K has gained momentum'
An interview with former J&K chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed.

April 05, 2007
'We didn't expect this from Sachin'
'We are always open to listen to any player regardless of whether he is a senior or junior member of the Indian team,' says BCCI Secretary Niranjan Shah.

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