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Modi knows the value of marketing, communication - Anand Mahindra, Mint
The philosopher cartoonist - RK Laxman, Indian Express
That quirky smalltown humour - RK Laxman, Times of India
Laxman brought out the doublespeak of political leaders, stripped away their masks and dismantled big egos - RK Laxman, Times of India
'In next 15 years, lives of poor will improve faster than ever' - Melinda and Bill Gates, Times of India
Opportunities likely to increase in India despite higher inequalities - Martin Rama, Chief Economist, South Asia region, World Bank, Business Standard
Kiran Bedi stands for discipline — Arvind Kejriwal stands for chaos - Shazia Ilmi, Times of India
Political scientist of India - Rajni Kothari, Indian Express
Democracy makes India more robust than China - Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Economic Times
PM Narendra Modi is God’s gift to India - Jagdish Bhagwati, Economic Times
‘Amit Shah’s leadership is the way to victory’ - Kiran Bedi, Asian Age
We are happy in Bhutan, but it isn’t Shangri-La - Tshering Tobgay, PM, Bhutan, Times of India
‘Abenomics can give a fillip to Modinomics’ - Fumio Kishida, Japanese Foreign minister, Times of India
I am not defined by somebody’s comments...I define myself - Smriti Irani, Economic Times
The maharaj, a party-hopper, educationist and muscleman - Sakshi Maharaj, Indian Express
Conscience keeper, a man of letters - Boobli George Verghese, Pioneer
Narendra Modi not anti-Muslim, Owaisi confrontational — Muslims should avoid that - Zafar Sareshwala, Gujarati Businessman, Times of India
A former rebel who will now rule Sri Lanka - Maithripala Sirisena, IANS
Meet Rebel No. 1 the night before his day of reckoning - Maithripala Sirisena, Indian Express
BJP has nothing to do with ‘ghar wapsi’ — we’re growing through steps like ‘booth pravasi’ - Om Mathur, Times of India
'A Mahadalit should be CM is Bihar after polls' - Jitan Ram Manjhi, Hindu
Why Dhoni is a true Indian hero - Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Mail Today
‘Global economy is going back to the days when US, China, India led’ - Subir Gokarn, Deputy Governor, RBI, Indian Express
Citizen of a larger world - BG Verghese, Indian Express
An editor and gentleman who was always prepared for a rainy day - BG Verghese, Business Standard
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The rise of fall of political fortunes is normal for any political party and Congress has faced many troughs before. But its current crisis is of a different order, it is an existential one. Political parties remain relevant only as long as they can provide a credible avenue to power and tap into a wide enough social constituency, else they fade into oblivion.
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