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The accountant and the poetess

Natwar Gandhi, 72, is one of the most prominent Indian-Americans in the public sphere. He was chief financial officer (CFO) of the federal district, Washington, DC, for 14 years and is remembered as the turnaround man who improved the financial ... 24Dunia, 1 month ago

It's all personal

People in politics must cultivate thick skins, as Indira Gandhi advised Kunwar Natwar Singh when he was choosing a new wardrobe to move from the Indian Foreign Service to the Congress Party. They must also learn not to nurse grievances. The most ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago

'What we did for the environment has been undone by the new govt'

Image: Jairam Ramesh with his new book, Green Signals. 'This is not a Sanjay Baru or Natwar Singh type of book. It's not a memoir. It's not a book to reveal conversations, real or imaginary. This is not a book to position myself at the centre of the world.' 'In 1991, I was a believer in the blind pursuit of economic growth. I had single minded obsession with economic growth. But over a period of time, as I travelled and got exposed to different situations, I began to change.' Jairam Ramesh, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Subramanian committee report is a complete recipe for disaster: Jairam Ramesh  DNA India6 days ago

Saga of Puppets and Puppeteers

For the historical record keeping, Jayanthi Natarajan's letter to her former party president Sonia Gandhi in November 2014—that she herself released the other day, three months later—would go down as a major document to let the public know how ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago Green cover exposed  New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago Open Letter to Jayanthi Natarajan  Sify4 weeks ago Retrospective 'Jayanthi tax'  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Amulya Ganguli: Why AAP is on song

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi had said after the Aam Admi Party's (AAP) success in the 2013 Delhi elections that there was much to learn from the fledgling outfit and that the Congress will do so in a way you cannot imagine. More than a year ...
 The Gulf Today2 weeks ago Delhi Assembly polls 2015: Why AAP bounced back and Congress is faltering  Oneindia3 weeks ago Why AAP bounced back and Congress is …  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago Why AAP is bouncing back and Congress faltering  Millennium Post3 weeks ago
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Rear view: Lost in Lanka

Rajiv Gandhi's Colombo policy was flawed. It turned both Tamils and Sinhalese against New Delhi and dented the image of the Indian army. By the middle of 1987, Rajiv Gandhi was besieged by many domestic problems of extreme gravity. Yet he decided ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
India TV

Sonia achieved double win in 2004, says 'biography' author

New Delhi, Jan 17 (IANS) Congress president Sonia Gandhi achieved a "double win" in 2004 by choosing Manmohan Singh to be prime minister as she silenced questions about her Italian origins while having more power as party chief, says Javier Moro, ...
 Chennai Online1 month ago Sonia Gandhi achieved double win in 2004, says 'biography' author  India TV1 month ago Sonia achieved double win in 2004 says biography author  Bombay News.Net1 month ago

The President's meandering memories

THE DRAMATIC DECADE The Indira Gandhi Years Pranab Mukherjee Rupa X+322 pages; Rs 595 Old soldiers never die, they just fade away, said General Douglas MacArthur in his farewell address in 1951. But old high officials write books ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago

Whither RaGa?

The absence of Rahul Gandhi during the budget session sent the media into a tizzy with speculations about his whereabouts, ending — as of now — with his picture above a caption reading 'Rahul Gandhi "introspecting" in Uttarakhand?' (PM, Feb 26).
 Pune Mirror3 days ago

Hindi publishers adopt technology, new strategies to revamp business

New Delhi, Feb 22 Hindi language publishers are adapting - and how - by offering fresh content, launching mobile apps and aggressively marketing their books to resurrect the genre's lost stature against the giant rise of literature in English. ...
 ProKerala.com1 week ago
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