“The day you say Modi is ‘satisfied’, you can say you are paying homage to him”


PM Narendra Modi says he is impatient to complete unfinished work of national development and expresses confidence of voters backing his government’s record.

Fiscal deficit makes no difference to voters, but it shows our commitment to prudence, says Nirmala Sitharaman

After a demanding Budget Session in Parliament, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman tells how the government’s fiscal responsibility and commitment to welfare and growth will strike a chord with the electorate

‘Individual MLAs may be in trouble but the government has done very well’

The deputy chief minister talks about Congress’ chances of retaining power in Chhattisgarh as well as the fiscal impact of farm loan waivers and the state’s return to the Old Pension Scheme. He speaks to

‘India is developing a sport structure from grassroots to elite levels’

The sports minister sees India’s success at the Asian Games as proof that medals will no longer be a rarity. He tells Rajeev Deshpande why podium finishes at the 2024 Paris Olympics are well within reach

‘It is a historian’s task to explain how things fall apart or come together,’ says Neeti Nair

Neeti Nair in her new book examines censorship and the state of free speech in South Asia. The historian in conversation with

US miscalculated gains, fears losing allies: American scholar on Ukraine war

In conversation with Richard D. Wolff, American economist and public intellectual

‘I am not infallible. It comes with age,’ says Javed Akhtar

Javed Akhtar talks about his relationships, handling fame and tackling social media abuse. A new book based on his conversations brings forth his lessons for life


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