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The Dawood interview

If you were a child during the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, you may not have read this interview.'s Sheela Bhatt, then with India Today, spoke to Dawood Ibrahim, the prime accused in the case in a long telephone interview. Trust us, this is a must read.  ..., 3 weeks ago

Pakistan has not even made a turn, leave alone a U-turn

  'India has to judge what Pakistan says to us, not what they say to a domestic audience,' a source tells Sheela Bhatt/, explaining why India-Pakistan talks remain on track despite discordant noises from across the border. "You can't accuse Pakistan of making a U-turn when it has not even made the first turn (after Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif met at Ufa in Russia). Do not jump the gun." This stout defence of Pakistan comes not from a Pakistani diplomat, but an ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Advani destroyed Agra summit with Pakistan: A S Dulat  Rediff.com1 month ago

L K Advani: 'Whoever forms the government doesn't hesitate in committing excesses, even some of our people'

Five years ago, Bharatiya Janata Party veteran L K Advani spoke to Sheela Bhatt/ on the Emergency.   On the 40th anniversary of Indian democracy’s darkest hour, we reproduce the interview. Photograph: Rajesh Karkera/ Do you think the issues during the Emergency are relevant today? The Emergency is a significant event in India's history. It highlighted the Congress party's level of commitment to democracy, freedom of the press and all the other attributes ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

'Our people are disillusioned over peace with Pakistan'

'Pakistan's capacity to carry a normal relationship with India doesn't exist.' 'The relationship with Pakistan is less important than several others.' On the eve of the National Security Adviser-level talks between India and Pakistan, former NSA Shiv Shankar Menon speaks to Sheela Bhatt/ IMAGE: Indian and Pakistani soldiers go through the motions at the Wagah border. Photograph: Reuters Part 1 of the exclusive interviews: 'By 2012, we brought China boundary to point of solution' ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Bangalore Mirror

Look before you eat

When on a diet, there are many common temptations that we fall prey to. Following these steps can stop you from needlessly piling on those kilos It's been two weeks since you replaced the white rice in your kitchen with the brown variety and a ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 week ago

India's controversial 'messengers of God'

Controversial godwoman Radhe Maa has often been slammed for her ostentatious lifestyle. Yet her ardent devotees have often chosen to ignore critics and immerse themselves in her ‘aura’. But recent developments may have left them shocked... and contemplating! The controversies surrounding Radhe Maa have once again thrown the spotlight on the clout that India's godmen possess. Though health, well-being and spirituality are what they all profess, some have made it to the headlines for ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

4 takeaways from Lok Sabha's Lalit Modi debate

"One won't find a lawyer in any court in the country willing to believe that a talented lawyer like Bansuri Swaraj would appear in a case for free, that too in a metropolis like Delhi." Sheela Bhatt/'s postmortem of the monsoon session of Parliament looks at key players, Sushma Swaraj, Rahul Gandhi and Arun Jaitley. A must read. ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Four takeaways from Lok Sabha's Lalitgate debate  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

'Terrorism is something you have to deal with'

"Even if they say they will give up terrorism, I will fight terrorism along with you, but even then you say I still won't talk to you until you do the following things, then that is a political call." Shiv Shankar Menon, foreign secretary when India and Pakistan met at Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt, in July 2009 apart from serving as national security adviser -- speaks to Sheela Bhatt/ in an exclusive interview. Read ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Exclusive! 'By 2012, we brought China boundary row to point of solution'

'Now it is really a question of whether both political leaderships wish to do it now. It is a big thing to do because it means that we have to change the way we learnt to draw the map of India in our schools because you will never get hundred percent of what you want from a settlement.' 'The Chinese also have to learn to change the way they learnt to draw the map of China in their schools. A settlement will mean give and take. It will mean adjustments.' A sensational interview on India-China ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

In response to Nitish, NDA to write open letter to Biharis

The letter, to be written by the NDA’s Bihari leaders, will mention that Modi was not talking about ‘Bihar’s DNA’ but the ‘political DNA’ of Nitish Kumar. The letter will also ask a few uncomfortable questions of the Bihar chief minister, reports Sheela Bhatt/ Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who wrote a sharp open letter on social media to Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the latter’s comment about his DNA, will soon get a reply in the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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