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December 23, 2007
'Congress wasn't in the picture!'
'The popularity of Narendra Modi, our stance on the issue of terrorism and the development work that we have heralded all over the state helped us win this election,' says Gujarat Minister of State for Home Amit Shah.

December 22, 2007
'We ensured everybody could vote without fear'
In an exclusive chat, N Gopalaswami says how the Election Commission ensured a smooth, trouble-free election in Gujarat.

December 18, 2007
'If N-deal fails, it will have long-term impact'
Marshall Bouton, South Asia expert, says that the fallout from a failed nuclear deal could jeopardise India-US ties.

December 11, 2007
‘All human rightists should help Malaysian minorities’
HINDRAF President P Wytha Moorthy speaks about how Malaysian citizens of Indian origin are treated in Muslim-dominated Malaysia, and recounts the incidents: Temples trashed, married women forced to get Islamised, Hindus buried as Muslims, and doors closed for employment and business opportunities

December 01, 2007
'Tamil Nadu has done the maximum AIDS tests'
The fight against Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome is a worldwide effort. In India, till recently considered to be in the eye of the raging storm, the battle has been equally hard-fought. Among the states, Tamil Nadu is known to have the best AIDS control model.

November 26, 2007
'My opponents want to create a tamasha'
Whether I have become a political untouchable now or not, will be decided by the people of Karnataka, says JD-S supremo H D Deve Gowda

November 22, 2007
The event that inspired Al Qaeda
'Young Osama was shocked by the government's use of massive military force against the rebels, and by the subsequent damage to the shrine,' says Yaroslav Trofimov, author of The Siege of Mecca.

November 16, 2007
'There is too much at stake between the two greatest democracies'
'This nuclear agreement is a sign for the rest of the world of the great American respect for India,' says US Under Secretary of State R Nicholas Burns.

November 09, 2007
'I will stay away from the Karnataka government'
M P Prakash, the strongman of the JD-S, in an interview with correspondent Vicky Nanjappa, bares his heart about the fate of Karnataka politics, the future of the JD-S and the influence of the Gowda clan on the entire political mess that Karnataka is in at present.

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