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I prefer sweet tea than kadak chai, says Mani Shankar Aiyar on Modi's demonetisation remark
India Today

I prefer sweet tea than kadak chai, says Mani Shankar Aiyar on...

Asked about the place where the 'sweet tea' is served, Mani Shankar Aiyar replied while talking exclusively to India Today, "That place is Congress. I invite all. People should come and drink tea here and I'll be the one who'll serve the tea to everyone." ... India Today, 2 months ago

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Amid strained relations, India, Pak legislators talk agriculture in Dubai

Former Congress MP Mani Shankar Aiyar and a member of Pakistan's Senate, Muhammad Mohsin Khan Leghari, chaired the dialogue which took place last Sunday. Despite the recent strain in ties between India and Pakistan, an interaction between elected ...
 Indian Express1 month ago India-Pak legislators stress on dialogue to improve relations  Kashmir Times1 month ago Indo-Pak Legislators in Dubai Stress Balanced Media Reportage  News18.com1 month ago India-Pakistan legislators meet in Dubai  Indian Express1 month ago

Fraudsters won't take long to counterfeit Rs 2,000 note: Aiyar

Congress Leader Mani Shankar Aiyar today said the demonetisation move of Narendra Modi government might curb terrorism and cross-border militancy in Jammu and Kashmir, but it will not take very long for fraudsters to print a counterfeit Rs 2,000 note."It (the demonetisation) might curb militancy, but I don't think it will take them (fraudsters) very long to come out with a counterfeit Rs 2,000 note," he told reporters on the sidelines of an event organised to discuss "Kashmir Flashpoint - 4 ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Aiyar, Guha, Dulat bat for dialogue on Kashmir

(PPI-OT): Historian Ramachandra Guha and former Indian Minister Mani Shankar Aiyar have questioned in unison, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's courage, of which he keeps speaking about all the time. Both Guha and Aiyar were in Bengaluru to discuss ...
 MediaLine Pakistan2 months ago Aiyar, Guha, Dulat for dialogue on Kashmir  Pakistan Observer2 months ago

Fine print: A publisher's account of the Indian literary and cultural scene (Book Review)

5 Min ago 0 0 Title: A Scrapbook of Memories; Author: Ashok Chopra; Publisher: Harper Collins India; Pages: 432; Price: Rs 399 For an unrivalled and intimate look into the life, predilections and scandals of celebrities across the spectrum, ...
 India Online.in6 days ago Fine print A publishers account of the Indian literary and cultural scene  Weekly Voice6 days ago Book Review: Fine print: A publisher's account of the Indian literary and cultural scene  India New England6 days ago

Opinion: Modi's Vibrant Gujarat Tamasha Is A Giant Flopshow

The Americans have the right word for it - razzmatazz, the most appropriate word to describe the Vibrant Gujarat summits, started by Chief Minister Modi in the year after the post-Godhra pogrom and now into its eighth edition - long enough to ...
 NDTV6 days ago

Will Narendra Modi Revive Reform Drive and Achieve "National Greatness" in India?

Narendra Modi became India's prime minister in 2014 after his Bharatiya Janata Party won a strong parliamentary majority. Some Indians saw him as India's Ronald Reagan, ready to liberate his nation from overweening regulation. Optimists predicted ...
 Huffington Post6 days ago Economic Reforms Lag, but Narendra Modi Still Has Time to Transform India  Before It's News3 weeks ago

Currency "Reform" under India's Narendra Modi: Wrecking the Economy to Save It?

(Before It's News) Doug Bandow The biggest international disaster of November 8 might not be the election of Donald Trump as America's president. It could be Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's destruction of 86 percent of his nation's ...
 Before It's News2 weeks ago Currency Reform under India's Narendra Modi: Wrecking the Economy to Save It?  Cato Institute2 weeks ago

The future doesn't look rosy for the AIADMK

The Queen is dead. Long live the Queen. Notwithstanding a minor challenge, the succession plan in Tamil Nadu has been smooth. J Jayalalithaa's companion Sasikala Natarajan is now the general secretary of the AIADMK and the former chief minister's ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

It's in their core to question the establishment: Kanhaiya Kumar

Kanhaiya Kumar's arrest and oratory caught the nation's imagination. We met him to talk about his year Kanhaiya Kumar, a 28-year-old PhD candidate at Jawaharlal Nehru University, has had a heck of a year. An arrest on the charge of sedition, a ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago
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