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March 27, 2008
'India is soft on Chinese intrusions'
Ladakh MP Thupstan Chhewang on Chinese incursions, the environment and effects of global warming in Ladakh and the relations between the Muslim and Buddhist populations.

March 24, 2008
'We are better off without the LTTE'
S C Chandrahasan, a Tamil leader, advocating a non-violent solution to Sri Lanka's ethnic war, speaks out.

March 19, 2008
'If India wants, it can sacrifice Tibet issue'
69-year-old Smadhong Rimpoche, who heads the administration of the Tibetan Diaspora, speaks out on the uprising in Lhasa, Chinese rule and India's role

March 13, 2008
'A jehadi takeover of Pak is unlikely'
Bruce Riedel, a South Asia expert speaks about the situation in Pakistan.

March 06, 2008
'I feel at home in the US military'
Cadet Lieutenant Rajiv S Srinivasan who is about to graduate from the West Point Military Academy speaks of his experiences.

March 05, 2008
Mumbai Sheriff Indu Shahani on violence against women
The more women get educated, the more they will know what their rights are, says Mumbai Sheriff Indu Shahani.

March 04, 2008
Exclusive: 'Time to wake up to Chinese incursions'
'The Chinese intrusions are happening in a slow, creeping manner. Inch by inch, the Chinese station their army personnel and bring equipment.' Kiren Rijiju, the firebrand MP from Arunachal Pradesh, speaks out!

'We can live without nuclear power'
Yashwant Sinha, who has held the finance and external affairs portfolios in the previous BJP-led government, says why his party is against the Indo-US nuclear deal.

March 03, 2008
'If you sow the seed of poison you will reap hate'
'The fragmented polity of the country provides space that further divides society and fragments it. It is beneficial to those who are looking for opportunities to get votes.' BJP ideologue Tarun Vijay reacts to Raj Thackeray's assault on north Indians in Maharashtra.

February 28, 2008
'The peace process with Pakistan will continue'
'There is an understanding between the people of two countries that violence is not going to solve the Kashmir issue. A final understanding will take time,' says former national security adviser Brajesh Mishra.

February 27, 2008
Let nuclear deal go through: Brajesh Mishra
In an exclusive interview, the former National Security Adviser argues why he has changed his earlier opposition to the India-US nuclear deal.

February 20, 2008
'Kidney buyers don't understand the risks involved'
Sadly there's so much of focus on one person and this one kidney transplant ring. Actually, it is a global phenomenon.

'Who is the ideological mastermind behind the new Taliban?'
An exclusive interview with Nicholas Schmidle, the US journalist expelled from Pakistan.

February 19, 2008
'Musharraf's legacy will not be negative'
Dr Shirin M Mazari, an Islamabad-based analyst, speaks of terrorism and violence in Pakistan and what Pervez Musharraf's presidency has done for the country.

February 15, 2008
'Pakistan will have a coalition government'
Dr Shirin M Mazari, an Islamabad-based analyst and director general of Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad, spoeaks on the situation in Pakistan.

'We have to boost economic ties with Russia'
An interview with former foreign secretary and India's ex-ambassador to Russia Kanwal Sibal.

February 13, 2008
'Al Qaeda is not interested in Afghanistan'
Afghan politician Ali A Jalali, a former interior minister, speaks on the situation in his country.

February 07, 2008
'The world is not flat'
BBC presenter Nik Gowing speaks about the rise of India and China, the nuclear deal, terrorism and more.

February 05, 2008
Of Kamaraj's ideals and Kalam's vision
Tamil actor turned politician Sharat Kumar on why he launched a new party and his aims in public life

January 31, 2008
'Many nations want the N-deal to go through'
K Subrahamnayam, strategic thinker and staunch supporter of the deal debates the issue with rediff.com Managing Editor Sheela Bhatt

'India has a constructive role in Afghanistan'
'Look at the contributions India has made and how it has helped improve the life of the Afghan people,' says former Afghan foreign minister Abdullah Abdullah.

January 24, 2008
'Delhi will come to the TRS' doorsteps'
Telangana Rashtra Samiti President K Chandrasekhara Rao tells B Dasarath Reddy that statehood for Telangana is certain before or immediately after the 2009 general elections.

January 22, 2008
'Implementing forest act not an easy task'
Union Minister for Tribal Affairs P R Kyndiah talks about his travails in pursuing the Scheduled Tribes and other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006

January 21, 2008
'Salwa Judum can't work in the long run'
Chhattisgarh Director General of Police Vishwa Ranjan spoke to Sreelatha Menon in New Delhi. He says the Naxals see industry as a source of earning and won't ruin its work.

'I have lost everything'
'We have not even been involved in a civil case. So you could well imagine what my family must have gone through when this happened... There are relatives who still do not talk to us. My family is still in a state of shock,' says Lakshmana K Kailash, the software engineer who spent 50 days in prison for a crime he did not commit.

January 11, 2008
'India, China relations getting better and better'
Asian expert Professor Ma Jiali speaks on Sino-Indian relations and what Dr Singh visit to China means.

January 07, 2008
The youngest central minister speaks
From being a novice in politics, she went on to became a member of Parliament and then the youngest minister in the current United Progressive Alliance government at the Centre. Radhika, 31, canvassed for votes with her three-week-old baby in toe. She won with a comfortable margin.

'PBD is not a forum to attract investment'
On the eve of the sixth PBD, Union Minister for Overseas Indian Affairs Vayalar Ravi clears the air about these perceptions and explains to rediff.com's Krishnakumar how this year's event will bridge the gap between the Indians abroad and Indians back home..

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