Priyanka won't make difference to Congress in UP: BJP MP (IANS Interview)
  • Priyanka won't make difference to Congress in UP: BJP MP (IANS Interview)(18:46)
    By Rajnish Singh
    Bulandshahr (Uttar Pradesh), April 14 (IANS) BJP's Bulandshahr MP Bhola Singh, who won the 2014 election by over four lakh votes, is hoping to increase his victory margin this time around as he dismissed the BSP-SP-RLD alliance as of no consequence and said Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi was a flop.
Meryl Streep or Madhuri Dixit for my biopic: Bobbi Brown (IANS Interview)
Congress on path of resurgence in UP: Raj Babbar (IANS Interview)
  • Congress on path of resurgence in UP: Raj Babbar (IANS Interview)(15:28)
    By Amita Verma
    Lucknow, April 8 (IANS) "The Congress is clearly on the path of resurgence. The change is palpable on the ground and after a long time Congress workers are enthused. We are on the comeback path in Uttar Pradesh," says UPCC President Raj Babbar.
Mamata in Communist garb : BJP journo nominee (IANS Interview)
  • Mamata in Communist garb : BJP journo nominee (IANS Interview)(14:00)
    By Bappaditya Chatterjee
    Kolkata, April 7 (IANS) A renowned journalist, he once greatly admired Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee and penned a large number of op-ed pieces and columns eulogising the leader for her relentless fight against the then firmly entrenched communist rulers in West Bengal.
Congress doesn't need to project PM face, people fed up of Modi rule: Rajeev Satav (IANS Interview)
Mamata's stand on Balakot to aid BJP at polls: Sinha (IANS interview)
  • Mamata's stand on Balakot to aid BJP at polls: Sinha (IANS interview)(17:38)
    By Milinda Ghosh Roy
    Kolkata, April 2 (IANS) There has been a resurgence of nationalism and patriotism across Bengal after the Pulwama attack and India's bold response through air strikes in Balakot, says a senior BJP leader, prophesying a reflection of the people's discontent during vote over the way Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee raised questions about the soldiers' intent.
Only politics of 'insaniyat' for me: Rajnath (IANS Interview)
  • Only politics of 'insaniyat' for me: Rajnath (IANS Interview)(12:00)
    By Amita Verma
    Lucknow, April 1 (IANS) "I have never contested an election on caste issues and never will. As an individual, I have always pursued the politics of humanity, the politics of 'insaniyat' in my entire political career," said Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh as he prepares to seek re-election from Lucknow - a constituency held five times by former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
Both NDA, UPA will be short by huge numbers: KTR (IANS Interview) (Dangal 2019)
PNB sets recovery target of Rs 10K cr for Q4: MD (IANS Interview)
  • PNB sets recovery target of Rs 10K cr for Q4: MD (IANS Interview)(16:30)
    By Rohit Vaid
    New Delhi, March 24 (IANS) After returning to black in the last quarter, lending major Punjab National Bank (PNB) has set a recovery target of Rs 10,000 crore for the concluding Q4, said the company's Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Sunil Mehta.
Sandhu eyes glory at Indian Open (IANS Interview)
  • Sandhu eyes glory at Indian Open (IANS Interview)(19:18)
    By Ajeyo Basu
    New Delhi, March 15 (IANS) Having gained valuable experience after playing in the European circuit, rising Indian golfer Ajeetesh Sandhu is determined to put his best foot forward at the Indian Open which starts in Gurugram later this month.
MJ impersonator defends King of Pop (IANS Interview)
  • MJ impersonator defends King of Pop (IANS Interview)(13:06)
    By Sugandha Rawal
    New Delhi, March 15 (IANS) Michael Firestone, who has gained popularity for impersonating Michael Jackson across the world with his live shows, has defended the late King of Pop against allegations of sexual abuse against him in controversial documentary "Leaving Neverland". He says money is a "great motivator" behind the claims.
Encouraging to see India's innovation to tackle pollution: UN Environment acting chief (IANS Interview)
Closely monitoring developments at Jet Airways: Suresh Prabhu (IANS interview)
Will give clean government, people believe my party: Bhaichung Bhutia (IANS Interview)
Next aim is to break into top 15 in the world: Paddler Sathiyan (IANS Interview)
Glorification of trolling has added crazy pressure on entertainers: Priyanka Chopra (IANS Interview)
Big question mark over ISL's future if I-League clubs are ignored: Bhutia (IANS interview)
Any party writing off Congress will do so at own peril: Amarinder (IANS Interview-Part II)
Clear and specific threat to Punjab from Pakistan, militancy spillover from Kashmir: Amarinder (IANS Interview)
If you are going through pain and don't laugh, you die; so laugh: Saurabh Shukla (IANS interview)
Pulwama not a poll issue, but can't be ignored: Paswan (IANS interview)
  • Pulwama not a poll issue, but can't be ignored: Paswan (IANS interview)(13:59)
    By Saurabh Katkurwar and Brajendra Singh
    New Delhi, Feb 22 (IANS) Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan says the NDA does not want the Pulwama attack and subsequent developments to become an election issue but "it cannot be ignored" as he made it clear that the government "is as serious as the people of the country" after the terror attack.
Poll bonds legalised crony capitalism, ban corporate donations: Ex-CEC (IANS Interview)
EVMs wonder machines for Indian democracy, here to stay: Former CEC (IANS Interview)
Olympic quota doesn't confirm ticket to Tokyo: Shooter Ravi Kumar (IANS Interview)
Don't consider Pant as my competitor: Saha (IANS Interview)
  • Don't consider Pant as my competitor: Saha (IANS Interview)(17:42)
    By Debayan Mukherjee
    Kolkata, Feb 21 (IANS) Back to playing competitive cricket after a long injury layoff, India's Test wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha says he does not consider stumper Rishabh Pant as a rival and is happy at the younster's success.