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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
With reforms, India can run a wonderful marathon - Uday Kotak, Economic Times
An Adroit Leader - Barack Obama, Times of India
A man with rich administrative experience - Raghbubar Das, IANS
From mystery man to Mistry, the man - Cyrus Pallonji Mistry, Financial Express
India will achieve double digit growth in 3-4 years’ - Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Hindustan Times
A passionate yogi of the world - Baba Amte, Hindu
The man with the Midas touch - Amit Shah, Mint
From a footnote to the forefront - AR Venkatachalapathy, Hindu
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India is emerging as a global power, and it’s about time we acted like it. A global power means a country that can run its affairs smoothly when the PM is abroad. Unfortunately, our politicians are so concerned with maligning the PM’s trip that they are forgetting to work on issues that matter at home. Such a childish attitude will not hurt our PM - but could, one day, boomerang on India.
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