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HindustanTimes Sun,28 Dec 2014

Interviews

'Kamasutra still relevant'

Pornography was there, is here and will remain. If a man is sexually educated, pornography can work as a psychological aphrodisiac as it arouses people.

"If the Sensex crosses 8,000 then I think I would be concerned"

When you see P Chidambaram in the finance minister?s office at North Block, he looks as though he grew up there. He doesn?t just occupy the office; he owns it.

'Telecom policy to connect Bharat'

Seven out of every 10 cellphones sold in India are Nokia devices. In May this year, Nokia maintained a three-fourth market share selling nearly 14 lakh handsets.

'Arguments can't check corruption'

The nobel laureate is excited about his latest book, The Argumentative Writings on Indian History, Culture and Identity, that was released by the PM recently.

'I can't go back to Bihar now'

He carries no grouse, neither is he exercised over his act of renunciation. He speaks on the bureaucracy, his charge as CS and the recent controversy.

'I'm criticised, but I'm trying'

Governor presents his views on a whole range of questions on Bihar, its governance, the recent controversies and his vision for the state.

'It's a tough job ruling Kashmir'

Sayeed, who heads the firstever multi-party coalition government in J&K, shares his experience and admits that the job is tougher than he had anticipated.

'India has consumer opportunity'

With the parent having invested over bn dollars in India, he provides strategic direction to the corporation's five distinct business units in India.

'I intend to stay in the top-50'

She is enjoying a short break before the US Open begins in New York. The rise to the top-50 is something that has not changed her approach to the game.

'I will keep writing letters'

He is peeved with the media for "hanging" him over a letter he wrote to Lalu. This prompted the Governor to hold an animated meeting with newsmen.

'We don't lack talent'

From losing his father at 12 and losing his mother when he was 17, to becoming the captain of Zimbabwe at 21, Taibu knows what hardship is all about.

'I want to attract Karan audience'

My Wife's Murder by his protege Jijy Philip was released to mixed reviews. He is rolling out films, with occasional hit and flop. Let?s find out more...

?We have a great appetite for acquisitions?

Vivek C. Burman has been chairman of homespun, homegrown FMCG major Dabur since 1998. Dabur follows a unique management model where the promoter-owners don't manage the business on a day-to-day business, letting professionals do the job.

'Sania can be in top 10'

Mirza will need to improve her consistency, but I know she likes going for her shots, and there's nothing wrong with that, says Myskina.

How the KGB bought India

Christopher's second Mitrokhin book give details of how India became the most KGB-penetrated country in the world during the 1970s.
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