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Couldn't have hurt BJP interests just to keep alliance with Shiv Sena intact - Amit Shah, Economic Times
The man behind Raje's reforms to bat for Jaitley - Rajiv Mehrishi, Economic Times
A policy guru who 'speaks his mind' - Arvind Subramanian, Chief economic advisor to PM, Economic Times
From illiterate grandparents to Booker prize - Richard Flanagan, Times of India
Pak shelling grew when India defeated Pakistan at Asiad hockey - Kirron Kher, Times of India
The children’s man - Kailash Satyarthi, Mint
‘There must be clarity on rules’ - Sauli Niinistö, President of Finland, Business Line
The art of memory - Patrick Modiano, Winner Nobel Literature Prize, Hindu
I don’t visit temples — i worship children, true faces of God - Kailash Satyarthi, Times of India
From Harvard to Army to Jat face with a ‘larger role’ ahead - Captain Abhimanyu, Indian Express
‘Karyakarta’ who never stops working - Devendra Fadnavis, Indian Express
Uddhav does not have a firm stand... I have no faith in alliances - Raj Thackeray, Financial Express
More Indians will discover the fun in philanthropy - Melinda Gates, Times of India
Important to honour Indians working for the greater good - Thorbjorn Jagland, Nobel Committee chairman, Hindu
An idol to the world but outcast at home - Malala Yousafzai, Nobel Peace Prize winner, Indian Express
'A Marcel Proust for our time' - Patrick Modiano, Winner Nobel Literature Prize, Guardian
'Connectivity Must Be A Fundamental Right' - Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder and CEO, Times of India
Enough! No allying with Congress again - Sharad Pawar, Economic Times
Pawar will be in the Modi govt soon - Raj Thackeray, Economic Times
Legend who refused to take the ‘secular’ bait - Naseeruddin Shah, Pioneer
Jayalalithaa can’t be written off - Cho S. Ramaswamy, Political analyst and Journalist, DeccanChronicle
'PM used Thackeray as pretext, it won’t help' - Raj Thackeray, Indian Express
Those objecting to Modi's campaigning are scared of him - Prakash Javadekar, Business Standard
Digital India plan is a game-changer - Ravi Shankar Prasad, Financial Express
‘Difficult to understand who is involved in decision-making in Congress now’ - Sharad Pawar, Indian Express
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The Modi government, by building a range of options, including to neuter Pakistan’s nuclear blackmail, is indicating that Pakistani aggression will attract increasing costs. If the ISI is planning new attacks in India, with the intent to fob them off as the work of al-Qaeda’s supposed new India franchise, it can be sure that it will invite an Indian response imposing serious costs on the entire Pakistani security establishment. Mr. Modi is clearly signalling that India’s response to the Pakistani strategy to inflict death by a thousand cuts will no longer be survival by a thousand bandages, but punitive so as to bolster deterrence and mend conduct. Given that the “do nothing” approach allowed India to be continually gored, prudent gradualism has been a long time coming.
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