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HindustanTimes Wed,30 Jul 2014

Interviews

'Benazir, Nawaz have matured'

When somebody suggested to hand over charge of the Punjab province to Khar. Pat came the reply: Handing over is fine, but who'll reclaim it from him?

Stepping on each other's toes

It's a full-blown war at the Sangeet Natak Akademi. Rema Nagarajan talks to Sonal Mansingh and KN Panikker, who resigned as Akademi vice-chairman on Saturday.

'Moore's Law out of steam'

He's is father of the Pentium processor. He has definitive views on the evolution of the chip and India's emerging role as a leading chip design centre.

?Delhi Info Act an eye-opener?

Chairperson of the Public Grievances Commission speaks of the Delhi Right to Information Act, 2001 and the role of the commission in an exclusive interview.

Third Front not for now, says Karat

Indian politics requires a Third Front but such an alliance may not be possible right now, says the new general secretary of the CPI-M.

'Cong is not elder brother anymore'

If the Surat Convention says anything it is this: that Pawar is trying to forge a larger alliance of the non-saffron parties and hoping to emerge as the leader.

'Changed format didn't suit me'

In a freewheeling talk with Hindustan Times, Gopi Chand talks about the high points and lows of his game and the constant battle with injuries.

'We value people more'

In an interview to Prerna K Mishra, the Infosys CEO said that the reason to do a Public Offer Without Listing in Japan was to increase brand equity.

'We're looking at acquisitions'

In a world of burgeoning opportunities in the post-quota regime, Singhania has over the past five years zeroed in on the company's core strengths in textiles.

'Leaders stood tall'

There is greater danger to Indian democracy than ever before, the former Prime Minister Chandrashekhar tells Pankaj Vohra.

He loves reading; she hates book

Music, I believe, has its limitations. It can never create a Harry Potter or a Sherlock Holmes. Life is all about Harry?s adventures and Holmes' brain, says Negi.

'Mexican unit gateway to US market'

Videocon CMD is making rapid moves on the corporate chessboard. A series of acquisitions and restructuring has created a buzz about Videocon all over again.

'Underworld interested in extortion'

Dons are involved in funding sleazy movies. Bharat claims to have received 160 threatening calls from all factions of the underworld between 1995-2000.

'I will have my own brand identity'

In corporate India's largest-ever merger and acquisition deal, he has sold his company lock, stock and barrel to Hutch for Rs. 4,400 crore.

I'll quit intl football by next year: Baichung Bhutia

Around the time of his marriage, he was looking to prolong his association with East Bengal. A little over six months since, he wants out - at least for now.
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