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‘There must be clarity on rules’ - Sauli Niinistö, President of Finland, Business Line
The art of memory - Patrick Modiano, Winner Nobel Literature Prize, Hindu
I don’t visit temples — i worship children, true faces of God - Kailash Satyarthi, Times of India
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Uddhav does not have a firm stand... I have no faith in alliances - Raj Thackeray, Financial Express
More Indians will discover the fun in philanthropy - Melinda Gates, Times of India
Important to honour Indians working for the greater good - Thorbjorn Jagland, Nobel Committee chairman, Hindu
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'A Marcel Proust for our time' - Patrick Modiano, Winner Nobel Literature Prize, Guardian
'Connectivity Must Be A Fundamental Right' - Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder and CEO, Times of India
Enough! No allying with Congress again - Sharad Pawar, Economic Times
Pawar will be in the Modi govt soon - Raj Thackeray, Economic Times
Legend who refused to take the ‘secular’ bait - Naseeruddin Shah, Pioneer
Jayalalithaa can’t be written off - Cho S. Ramaswamy, Political analyst and Journalist, DeccanChronicle
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Those objecting to Modi's campaigning are scared of him - Prakash Javadekar, Business Standard
Digital India plan is a game-changer - Ravi Shankar Prasad, Financial Express
‘Difficult to understand who is involved in decision-making in Congress now’ - Sharad Pawar, Indian Express
She's is a mystery wrapped in an enigma - Jayalalithaa, Hindustan Times
No political activity can ever be built on hate - Gajapathi Raju, Civil Aviation Minister, Indian Express
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Both the Congress and the public have the right to know where Mr Gandhi is, since he is is already anointed as the heir apparent of the party. What does the mystery of his sudden withdrawal and disappearance from public mean? Congressmen are merrily contradicting themselves — party spokesman Rajeev Gowda claims that the party’s rank and file “is happy about the cohesive manner in which the two top leaders are functioning.” But Mr Nath and others are openly saying otherwise. If the truth is neither here nor there, it only exhibits confusion within.  Not only is this confusion weakening the party at a time of loss of face, it is also making the public wonder whether it marks the beginning of the end of any relevance for this 125-year old party in changing India.
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