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HindustanTimes Sat,19 Apr 2014

Interviews

Paswan justifies criminals in LJP

Talking to Pallavi, Paswan justifies presence of criminals like Munna Shukla and Surajbhan in LJP, saying they are capable of defeating RJD candidates.

'Yes we can,' says IFAD's President-elect Nwanze

It was the "Yes we can" moment for International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) when it elected Kanayo F Nwanze, a Nigerian national, as its President. The President-elect shares his thoughts about India and his visions, with Kumkum Chadha in an interview.

When my father was killed, I was furious with the whole world: Priyanka

Priyanka Gandhi tells Barkha Dutt how she really felt about her father's assassination. Read the full interview as for the first time Priyanka reveals that for many years of her life, she was sure that politics was “absolutely what she wanted to.”
Pics: Priyanka Gandhi on campaign trail

'Leaders stood tall'

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

'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.

'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.

?Murthy comments unfounded'

The Karnataka Chief Minister said that the IT industry criticises him, totally disregarding the facelift he is giving to India's tech capital.

We are not pleading for UNSC seat, says Ronen Sen

In an interview with Meeta Chaitanya Bhatnagar, the Indian Ambassador to US shares his views on various impending issues.

By invitation only

India’s first I&B minister Indira Gandhi invited Ambika Soni to join the Congress in 1969. Forty years later, Soni takes charge as the country’s new I&B minister. Pankaj Vohra comments.

Cong taught me to be impartial

Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar has resolved to act in an impartial, fair and non-partisan manner during her tenure and not as a member of the Congress party. She will also ensure that the legitimacy of the Parliament is not subverted in any manner by the judiciary. In an interview with Pankaj Vohra, she answers a series of questions.

‘This incident could have been better handled’

The deaths of two women in Shopian have sparked agitations and turmoil in Jammu & Kashmir. Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, however, told Arun Joshi on Monday that his government would answer all the questions that have arisen following the agitation

‘Safety of women our priority’

Barkha Singh, MLA and Chairperson of the Delhi Commission for Women speaks to Hindustan Times on her plans, priorities and achievements. Now, she said, someting needs to be done urgently about incestual rape. Excerpts:

'Swine flu will continue to spread now'

"The pandemic is expected to further spread and in wider geographic areas. It will continue to spread now and during second expected wave. Home care should be encouraged," WHO Representative to India Dr SJ Habayeb tells Sanchita Sharma.
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