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FTII’s seen 40 strikes – it should be privatised or run by serious academics now - Subhash Ghai, Times of India
My aim is to make farming profitable - Sayantan Bera, Mint
He was not a modernist, but radiated hybridity - Charles Correa, Economic Times
The Count is dead - Christopher Lee, Indian Express
Nitish Kumar trying to claim the space of good governance a joke for Bihar people - Ravi Shankar Prasad, Times of India
We are refining Right to Education Act now - Vasundhara Raje, Economic Times
NDA will treat food adulteration like corruption – and we’ll win Bihar - Ram Vilas Paswan, Times of India
PM Modi kept promise on land agreement - Syed Muazzem Ali, Times of India
The Shakespeare of economics - John Nash, Indian Express
RBI’s job is to build confidence, not play cheerleader - Raghuram Rajan, RBI Governor, Business Line
Clarity in gas pricing has led to investor confidence - Dharmendra Pradhan, Financial Express
God’s own civil servant - KC Sivaramakrishnan, Indian Express
Ordinary muslims paying price for acts of Jihadis - Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Economic Times
Kejriwal humiliated Assam’s lady officer — Modi governmnent protects northeastern people’s dignity - Kiren Rijiju, Times of India
‘What is a suit boot sarkar? Should the poor not wear suit-boot?' - Venkaiah Naidu, Indian Express
Am I taking on Rahul or is he taking me on? - Smriti Irani, Times of India
As long as Pakistan had bin Laden alive, it had leverage - Seymour Hersh, ToI
Farewell, King of Blues - BB King, Pioneer
'Cong positioning itself as anti-growth' - Arun Jaitley, Economic Times
The economy is recovering, we are in a positive zone - Arun Jaitley, Hindu
In Pakistan, anyone and everyone can be a target - Fatima Bhutto, Hindu
Government will have to be a key player in infrastructure development - KV Kamath, Economic Times
‘We are natural allies’ - Narendra Modi, Time
Modi is 100% on expectations in his first year term - Kumar Mangalam Birla, Business Standard
Where was Rahul when govt introduced 66A? Will Nitish govern on legacy of “Jungle Raj”? - Ravi Shankar Prasad, Times of India
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The war between the BJP and the Congress interestingly goes way beyond the corridors of the parliament, to the key influencers the NGO’s and the media as well. The NGO influx into India was an extremely well crafted strategy by Sonia Gandhi to control the influencers of political and social life of the nation. There was a thirty fold rise of NGO’s during the Sonia decade 2003-2013. According to a SC directed CBI investigation there are an estimated 20 lakh NGO’s already operating in India with 5,48,194 in UP, 3,69,137 in Kerala 1,40,000 in MP, 1,07,797 in Maharashtra, and 75,279 in Gujarat (TOI 23 Feb 2014) that makes 1 out of every 600 Indians a registered activist.
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