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‘Somewhere India has to draw the line on how far can it go in its relations with Pak’ - Nirmala Sitharaman, Indian Express
Courts should be dealing with serious criminal offences, not with petty cases - Justice AP Shah, Chairman of the Law Commission, Hindu
A thinker who pioneered 'navya' movement in Kannada literature - UR Ananthamurthy, Indian Express
Military pushing Imran Khan - Nawaz govt too weak for talks - Husain Haqqani, Times of India
The yogi who became a global brand - B.K.S. Iyengar, Hindu
Indian business thrives on envy, frowns on success - Ratan Tata, Business Line
BJP will win Bihar despite Lalu, Nitish and Congress alliance - Syed Shahnawaz Hussain, SundayStandard
The Congress's torchbearer in Uttarakhand - Harish Rawat, Business Standard
`Gandhi was obsessed with sex ­while preaching celibacy to others' - Kusoom Vadgama, Times of India
The musical, magical number theorist - Manjul Bhargava, Economic Times
Bangabandhu, the liberator - Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Indian Express
‘Mathematicians treat the discipline more as an art than as a science’ - Manjul Bhargava, Hindu
A hero's last defeat - Jaswant Singh, Dawn
An improvisational genius - Robin Williams, NYT
World loses good will patch - Robin Williams, Pioneer
`UP has five CMs today - Akhilesh is only the fifth' - Kalyan Singh, Times of India
‘Sonia’s aides said I was so close to her, people would think she took the money. I didn’t take any of it. Then who did?’ - Natwar Singh, Indian Express
The man whose brain worked faster than Chacha Chaudhary - Pran Kumar Sharma, Times of India
The sanitation Santa Claus - Bindeshwar Pathak, Mint
Immortal Chacha Chaudhary loses his Pran - Pran Kumar Sharma, Pioneer
A different kind of CM - Vasundhara Raje, Business Standard
Need to break the artificial barriers in IT - R Chandrashekhar, President, Nasscom, Financial Express
An unloved billionaire - Mukesh Ambani, Economist
A Web guerrilla breaking news from the jungle - Glenn Greenwald, Mint
‘Keep funds to states untied, so they can devise schemes by priorities’ - Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Indian Express
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