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Prasanna D Zore

Senior Journalist Prasanna D Zore covers national politics and Maharashtra politics, as well as business and personal finance. You can e-mail the author at prasannaz@rediff.co.in

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'RBI is buying time'

'RBI is buying time'

Rediff.com4 days ago

'RBI can only take care of survival, not recovery.'

'If Mamata wants, violence can stop in 3 days'

'If Mamata wants, violence can stop in 3 days'

Rediff.com4 days ago

'If Mamata Banerjee doesn't want, then violence cannot be stopped.'

'There could be a bigger plan to teach Ambani a lesson'

'There could be a bigger plan to teach Ambani a lesson'

Rediff.com24 Mar 2021

'...to give him a signal that you cannot ignore Maharashtra, you are too close to the Centre.' 'I can see some kind of rivalry also in this, but it is better that the NIA goes deep into it.'

'Police and politicians are together in the notorious hafta system'

'Police and politicians are together in the notorious hafta system'

Rediff.com24 Mar 2021

'Param Bir's letter alleges that Waze was being used directly by the home minister.' 'I think an enquiry by a high court judge is the need of the hour.'

'DGs', CPs' posts are going to officers who are close to the chair'

'DGs', CPs' posts are going to officers who are close to the chair'

Rediff.com24 Mar 2021

'Police officers should be selected on merit and not on the basis of who is close to the political party in power.'

Ribeiro: 'Government won't do anything'

Ribeiro: 'Government won't do anything'

Rediff.com22 Mar 2021

'It is the evil combination of ambitious police officers who don't bother about serving the people and support unscrupulous politicians.'

'What makes Waze so important to the powers that be?'

'What makes Waze so important to the powers that be?'

Rediff.com19 Mar 2021

'Every man in the hot seat needs trusted cops to grind their axe with political opponents.' 'And that's what explains Waze's importance; him investigating the fake TRP scandal, his arrest of TV journalist Arnab Goswami, and heading the investigation into the Antilia bomb scare case.'

'Politics in Assam is quite polarised'

'Politics in Assam is quite polarised'

Rediff.com17 Mar 2021

'The message has gone loud and clear (among the people of Assam) that the BJP is only interested in polarising (the country) and they are basically interested in (capturing votes in) the Hindi heartland and they don't bother much about rest of India.'

Cyber-attacks: What Modi must know!

Cyber-attacks: What Modi must know!

Rediff.com15 Mar 2021

'What we are actually missing in India is a platform wherein the government engages with cybersecurity experts, gets them employed and then utilises their capability to deter such attacks.'

'Over time, every rock crumbles into pieces'

'Over time, every rock crumbles into pieces'

Rediff.com15 Mar 2021

'It doesn't take much time for people's perception to change about a person.' 'People come and go based on people's will.' 'Nobody should forget that.'

Why is Rakesh Tikait going to Bengal?

Why is Rakesh Tikait going to Bengal?

Rediff.com10 Mar 2021

'Why shouldn't we talk against the BJP when it is solely responsible for bringing in these three laws by riding rough over Parliamentary procedures and norms?' 'We will talk against the BJP because it is the sole political party responsible for pushing these destructive farm laws'

Batla House: Why Inspector Sharma didn't wear a bulletproof jacket

Batla House: Why Inspector Sharma didn't wear a bulletproof jacket

Rediff.com9 Mar 2021

'The operation was planned in a manner so as not to alert the terrorists.' 'Every precaution was taken to keep it low-key so as not to alert the terrorists and surprise them and arrest them.'

Cyberattacks on Mumbai power continue!

Cyberattacks on Mumbai power continue!

Rediff.com9 Mar 2021

'Hackers from China and UK were involved in the October 12 power outage,' Maharashtra power minister tells Rediff.com.

'This government seeks full control. No dissent'

'This government seeks full control. No dissent'

Rediff.com5 Mar 2021

'Many already toe the line, those on the fence will be nudged to stand with the government even more, those who are critical will face trouble soon.'

How to invest in markets after Friday's BLOODBATH

How to invest in markets after Friday's BLOODBATH

Rediff.com1 Mar 2021

'You can put 25 per cent right now; put another 25 per cent when Nifty corrects another 500 points.' 'At 13,500 put another 25 per cent and at 13,000 one can get fully deployed.'

Is Nifty headed towards 14,000 this week?

Is Nifty headed towards 14,000 this week?

Rediff.com1 Mar 2021

'We are expecting lower levels in the week beginning March 1.'

Three reasons why the rupee fell on Friday

Three reasons why the rupee fell on Friday

Rediff.com1 Mar 2021

'It was because of the huge selloff in the Indian equities that the rupee fell so sharply against the dollar on Friday.'

Market turbulence: Advice for Investors

Market turbulence: Advice for Investors

Rediff.com25 Feb 2021

'Long-term retail investors should not worry about these sharp dips and jumps if they have chosen their stocks wisely.' 'Short-term volatility is a given and a rise and fall of two-three per cent should not worry them.'

'Democracy in India is being killed very fast'

'Democracy in India is being killed very fast'

Rediff.com24 Feb 2021

'Investigating agencies are not acting as independent authorities; they have stopped being neutral.'

'A disaster in the Himalayas can dent global economy'

'A disaster in the Himalayas can dent global economy'

Rediff.com17 Feb 2021

'Half of China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, which are among the most populous countries in the world, are dependent on the rivers and glaciers of the Himalayas for sustenance.'

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