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A Mumbai man, above everything else - Murli Deora, Business Line
Capitalism is like a wild river - Jagdish N Sheth, Business Line
Discourse has changed in Kashmir - Sajjad Gani Lone, Separatist leader, Sunday Guardian
Hope Delhi will take Vajpayee line on Kashmir - Mehbooba Mufti, Hindu
The Man-God - Sant Rampal, Indian Express
If we didn’t have differences, we wouldn’t need SAARC - Tshering Tobgay, Bhutan Prime Minister, Hindu
One lesson I have learnt is that I will never resign - Arvind Kejriwal, Indian Express
We are not Muslim-only party - Asaduddin Owaisi, MIM chief, Hindustan Times
Can anyone tell me meaning of saffronisation? - Dinanath Batra, Chief, Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas, Hindustan Times
India most attractive market; Modi key - Christopher Wood, CLSA Ltd, Mint
We would prefer Indian goods over Chinese - Joon-gyu Lee, South Korea’s Ambassador to India, Business Line
‘Gita my basis for counselling Hindus in U.S. military’ - Pratima Dharm, Hindu
Style, both subtle and direct - Manohar Parrikar, Defence Minister, Pioneer
People want results and BJP has shown it can deliver - Satish Upadhyay, BJP state chief, Times of India
The banker politician in NaMo's cabinet - Suresh Prabhu, Economic Times
A low-profile leader with astute organisational skills - Jagat Prakash Nadda, IANS
Reforms are the art of the possible - Arun Jaitley, Mint
From womb to tomb, you have to pay bribes - R Vaidyanathan, professor, Capital Market Studies, Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore, Business Standard
Viewers are running to DD from noise on private news channels - A Surya Prakash, Mint
The logical salesman - Amit Agarwal, Amazon India, Mint
The Empress’s long-term legacies - Indira Gandhi, Hindu
From RSS poster boy to Maharashtra’s top post - Devendra Fadnavis, Hindu
Have proved our ability to collaborate with any country on equal footing - K Radhakrishnan, Chairman, Isro, Indian Express
If there is voting for majority in Maharashtra, we will abstain - Sharad Pawar, NCP chief, Economic Times
‘All parties come to me, all get same blessings' - Dera Sacha Sauda’s Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, Indian Express
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Rahul Gandhi has stepped back into caricature rhetoric from the 1960s and 1970s, in which the private sector was ridiculed and vilified as an evil ogre drinking the blood of citizens for breakfast. This chant is the product of an infantile mind that has absorbed pseudo-Marxist litany with all the intellectual curiosity of blotting paper. I thought that Congress had moved away from failed recipes when it embarked upon reforms in the early 1990s in order to expand space for the private sector. Clearly, there has been rhetoric reversal.
MJ Akbar

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