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October 29, 2007
'The CPI-M is desperate in West Bengal'
Trinamul Congress leader Dinesh Trivedi on the violence in Nandigram.

October 24, 2007
'Modi is playing with people's emotions'
An interview with B K Hariprasad, Congress general secretary incharge of Gujarat.

October 22, 2007
'India, Pakistan can have a strategic partnership'
A change in the Pakistan Army's mindset is the key to normal ties between the two neighbours, South Asia expert Stephen Cohen tells Aditi Phadnis.

October 15, 2007
'Modi thinks he is above party, beyond democracy'
'Modi is totally isolated in the Parivar. In the coming elections, the RSS has decided not to support him. There has been no contact between Modi and the RSS leaders, not even a phone call, for years.' says Gordhan Zadaphia, general secretary of the BJP's Gujarat unit.

October 11, 2007
'No archaeologist worked on Ram Sethu'
An interview with archeologist T Satyamurthy on the Sethusamudram project.

October 08, 2007
'I have a lot to say, and will reveal all soon'
Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party leader B S Yediyurappa, who came close to becoming chief minister, spoke on his party's 20-month government in alliance with the Janata Dal-Secular.

October 03, 2007
'Narendra Modi is scared of losing'
An interview Gujarat Congress President Bharat Solanki.

October 01, 2007
'The Sethu Samudram does not make nautical sense'
A mariner's perspective of the Sethu Samudram Shipping Canal Project.

September 25, 2007
'Nobody has proved that Ram did not exist'
'People said that Krishna did not exist, then what about the submerged Dwarka city that scientists have discovered.'

September 20, 2007
'There's an India waiting to shine'
Chak De creator Jaideep Sahni on what's right and what's wrong with India.

September 13, 2007
'Most Afghan refugees are Hindus, Sikhs'
'The Hindus and Sikhs came to India after the Taliban came to power,' says UNHCR Officer Nayana Bose.

September 12, 2007
'Literary critics will never grow up'
'Luckily for me, these days, people seem to be more interested in talking about my work than about money,' says novelist Hari Kunzru.

September 10, 2007
'The jihadis are contract killers'
'I don't see the Indian Muslim as a reservoir of terrorism.' National Security Adviser M K Narayanan, in an exclusive interview.

September 06, 2007
'India can never be a Hindu State'
'When there exists a feeling within a minority -- either at the higher or lower levels -- that there is discrimination, then steps must be taken to remove that feeling, that perception,' says former judge Rajinder Sachar.

September 03, 2007
God, math, and Ramanujan's fascinating story
David Leavitt, one of America's distinguished writers, chose to write on the relationship between mathematicians G H Hardy and Srinivasa Ramanujan.

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