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Indira didn't know what constitutional provision to use for imposing 1975 Emergency, claims Pranab in his book
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Defending dictatorship in a vibrant democracy

The Shah Commission report supports Pranab Mukherjee's assessment of SS Ray's role in the declaration of Emergency, but one can't swallow the line that Indira Gandhi was led up the garden path by a coterie member President Pranab Mukherjee's The ... New Delhi Pioneer, 2 months ago
Not setting the record straight New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
Pranab's book revealing but not explosive Nagaland Post, 2 months ago
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Govt skips default debate in poll season

Calcutta, March 3: The Mamata Banerjee government today cited Holi and Opposition demands to defer a discussion on deposit-mobilising companies, prompting questions on whether Trinamul wanted to avoid a debate on the contentious issue on the floor ...
 Calcutta Telegraph19 hours ago
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100 books everyone should read before they die (ranked!)

jamelah/Flickr Happy National Reading Month ! To celebrate, start working your way through this list of 100 Books To Read in a Lifetime, as voted on and ranked by users of Goodreads , the largest book recommendation site on the web. Amazon, ...
 Business Insider1 day ago

Radio cabs & taxi aggregators like Meru, Uber, in acquisition mode with eye on certified drivers

The three months from October to December, 2014 were tough ones for Avinash Gupta, 32, chief executive officer of taxi service aggregator Bookmycab. Gupta, an MTech in industrial engineering and research from IIT Bombay, was fighting a tough battle ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

Arun Singh may replace Jaishankar as new US envoy

NEW DELHI: Less than a fortnight after S Jaishankar moved from Washington to Delhi to take over as new Foreign Secretary, corridors of power in Delhi are abuzz as to who would succeed him as an envoy in Washington — the most prized ambassadorial ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
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22 years ago, before Barack, there was John Abraham

'It was a moment when I felt what power can get. Such a reception was beyond my expectation.' George Joseph reports. President Barack Obama is the chief guest at this year's Republic Day celebrations in India, but he may not be the first US political leader to receive the privilege. Way back in 1993, John Abraham, mayor of Teaneck in New Jersey, was a guest of honour at the Republic Day celebrations that year. Then British prime minister John Major was the chief guest, and Abraham was the only ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Rajiv's Girl, Eternally

1 Soniaji, says the spokesman of the committee, I want you to know that the Congress Working Committee (CWC), meeting under the presidency of Narasimha Rao has elected you president of the party. The election was unanimous. Congratulations. ...
 Outlook India1 month ago
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Mamata's superficial ideas fail to revive Bengal

Mamata Banerjee's triumphal declaration of having attracted investments worth Rs 2.43 lakh crore at the summit, are numbers that no one but she and the enigmatic state finance minister Amit Mitra believe, points out Kanika Datta.  Image: Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal. Photograph: Rupak De Chowdhuri     The tamasha of the two-day Bengal Global Investment Summit in the ramshackle state capital on January recalled the title of Business Standard's edit page leader ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Business Standard India

'West Bengal still ondecline'

The tamasha of the two-day Bengal Global Investment Summit in the ramshackle state capital on January recalled the title of Business Standard's edit page leader on Thursday, March 27, 1975, its maiden edition. "West Bengal still on decline," it ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

In Praise of Mrs G

Shortly after the Congress party's debacle in the 1977 Lok Sabha election, I asked Indira Gandhi why she had gone to the polls if the signs were not propitious. She turned her large eyes on me in surprise to exclaim artlessly, One doesn't hold ...
 Open1 month ago
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