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The rise of India's most non-political President
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The rise of India's most non-political President

APJ Abdul Kalam was passionate about everything he did. He was perfect, says Aditi Phadnis APJ Abdul Kalam's elevation as president was the brainchild of Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Photograph: PTI Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam, this country's 11th president, 83, died a satisfied man. He oversaw India test its nuclear bomb twice, developed India's missile system, rose to czar of the Defence Research and Development Organisation and scientific advisor to the defence minister. He became ... Rediff.com, 6 hours ago

Aditi Phadnis: Irony, thy name is Sri Lanka

The country has a fiendishly complicated electoral system that is a combination of population-based proportional representation and party-based national lists
 Business Standard1 week ago Complicated politics!  Sri Lanka Daily News3 days ago
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An entrepreneurial mindset needs to be encouraged: Kalraj Mishra

Kalraj Mishra, Minister for Medium, Small and Micro Enterprises (MSME) tells Aditi Phadnis how he plans to revamp the sector, how the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) plans to return in Uttar Pradesh and more.  Edited excerpts: You are Minister for MSMEs, one of the most important focus areas for the government. What have you done in one year and what are your future plans? Just as India is addressing issues related to the ease of doing business for foreign investors, in my Ministry I have ...
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The fear of public opinion needs to be addressed: Manish Sisodia

Everything about the way Delhi is governed needs to change, Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia tells Aditi Phadnis and Akshat Kaushal You have asked for a referendum on full statehood for Delhi. But there is no legal backing for it. It ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
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Aditi Phadnis: A giant confusion

When Rajasthan Chief Minister and Finance Minister Vasundhara Raje presented her first budget ever in 2003, she read out a sher (a short poem): " Aandhiyon se keh do zara aukaat mein rahein/hum paron sey nahin, hausalon se uda karte hain (tell the ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago Lalitgate: Why is BJP so at odds with itself?  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Terrorism worries resurface in Punjab

Pressures in the BJP-Akali Dal alliance have created grounds for a rise in extremism, Aditi Phadnis reports. Has anyone noticed how Punjab is behaving? In April, Punjab Shiv Sena state secretary Harvinder Soni was shot at in Gurdaspur. He is recovering from his injuries. A witness to the attempt said the assailant called Soni's name and, after shooting at him, attempted to escape through the adjoining street, brandishing his pistol in the air and raising religious slogans. He was caught but ...
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Aditi Phadnis: Sushma Swaraj is no pushover

Sushma Swaraj is a fighter who follows her own code. Those who think she's a pushover are making a mistake Aditi Phadnis June 19, 2015 Last Updated at 21:43 IST Roads and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari was recently describing how the Narendra Modi government ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Sushma Swaraj is no pushover  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Our schemes are dovetailed for the minorities as well: Najma Heptulla

Interview with Minority affairs minister Aditi Phadnis May 30, 2015 Last Updated at 21:42 IST Minority Affairs Minister Najma Heptulla believes that programmes for minority development cannot be stand-alone. She tells Aditi Phadnis that such schemes and ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Narendra Modi should keep his powder dry: K Natwar Singh  Business Standard2 months ago PM Modi is a leader; Dr Singh was not: Cong's ex-foreign minister  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Why Syed Asif Ibrahim got the job of counter-terror envoy

There are a lot of very bad men out there. And Syed Asif Ibrahim is the best officer to deal with them. Aditi Phadnis reports. If the reports are correct, this is a first. For the first time ever, India has a special envoy for counter-terrorism and extremism. Syed Asif Ibrahim was last week appointed to the job, having previously become the first Muslim to become director of the Intelligence Bureau.A colleague said he had not seen the wording of the order that describes the job Ibrahim will ...
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Aditi Phadnis Five wrongs don't make a right

Nitish Kumar is on the brink of taking another wrong turn. It is hard to fathom why he would tie up with the Congress, which has little political capital left in Bihar
 Business Standard1 month ago Five wrongs don't make a right  Rediff.com1 month ago
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