Shortage of skilled IT workforce looms over India: Nasscom (IANS Interview)
Indian shooters will shine at World Cup: Apurvi Chandela (IANS Interview)
  • Indian shooters will shine at World Cup: Apurvi Chandela (IANS Interview)(12:32)
    By Kaushik Kumar
    New Delhi, Feb 14 (IANS) Expressing confidence ahead of the 2019 shooting World Cup, to be held at the Dr Karni Singh shooting range here from February 20, Commonwealth Games 2014 gold medallist Apurvi Chandela hopes the prestigious event will fetch India a number of Olympic quotas.
I want to set my journey as an example to others: Vicky Kaushal (IANS Interview)
I'm not being dictated to by RSS: Himachal CM (IANS Interview)
  • I'm not being dictated to by RSS: Himachal CM (IANS Interview)(11:20)
    By Vishal Gulati
    Shimla, Feb 13 (IANS) Facing the challenge of retaining all the four Lok Sabha seats, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur says he is not being dictated to by the RSS and that he enjoys a free hand to lead the party in the coming elections.
One hour a day can change your life: Robin Sharma (IANS Interview)
  • One hour a day can change your life: Robin Sharma (IANS Interview)(11:26)
    By Saket Suman
    New Delhi, Feb 12 (IANS) Private lessons that leadership and elite performance expert Robin Sharma has been imparting to billionaires and celebrities have now found their way into his new book "The 5 AM Club", which the globally renowned author of "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari", says can change the life of its readers.
Modi rattled by opposition alliance, UP will seal his fate: Neeraj Shekhar (IANS Interview)
Ready to take up any stalled project if commercially viable: NBCC CMD (IANS INTERVIEW)
India dazzles me, may use it as backdrop of my book: Yann Martel (IANS Interview)
Rahul's minimum income guarantee similar to 'garibi hatao', not feasible: Rajiv Kumar (IANS Interview)
Bhavantar was launched only to launder money; Waqt hai badlav ka - I am confident we are coming back to power with a majority in 2019: Kamal Nath  (IANS Interview Part II)
Unemployment, fear, major poll planks for Congress: Chidambaram (IANS Interview)
  • Unemployment, fear, major poll planks for Congress: Chidambaram (IANS Interview)(10:58)
    By Anurag Dey and Vishav
    New Delhi, Feb 10 (IANS) The unemployment crisis and the "reign of fear" are two major planks the Congress is banking on in the Lok Sabha polls to dethrone the Narendra Modi government and defeat the BJP-RSS bid to replace the Indian Constitution with "Hindutva", says senior Congress leader and former Union Minister P. Chidambaram.
Need to give chance to youngsters: Anup (IANS Interview)
  • Need to give chance to youngsters: Anup (IANS Interview)(13:14)
    By Kaushik Kumar
    New Delhi, Feb 9 (IANS) Having announced his international retirement mid-way during the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) recently, kabaddi legend and former World Cup winning India captain Anup Kumar said it was time to give chance to the youngsters, who are performing exceptionally at the global level.
Treatment of cows in MP convinced me to build gaushalas, it has nothing to do with competitive politics: Kamal Nath (IANS Interview-Part I)
  • Shooter Adarsh battles health issues to rise to the top (IANS Interview)(20:46)
    By Gaurav Sharma
    New Delhi, Feb 8 (IANS) Despite suffering from major health issues from birth, India's teenage shooter Adarsh Singh, who proved his mettle with some stunning performances at the junior level including the Khelo India Games, is all set to feature in his first senior World Cup starting on February 20 here.
Congress receding in Odisha, BJP emerges as main rival: Mahtab (IANS Interview)
Expecting a better badminton medal haul at 2020 Olympics: Gopichand (IANS Interview)
Direct farm income payout to start before third week of February: Garg (IANS Interview)
RBI's rate cut goes beyond lowering interest rate: Garg (IANS Interview)
SC Collegium a cabal, time for it to go: Justice A P Shah (IANS Interview)
  • SC Collegium a cabal, time for it to go: Justice A P Shah (IANS Interview)(12:24)
    By Anurag Dey
    New Delhi, Feb 7 (IANS) Sans any accountability and transparency, the Supreme Court Collegium system has been functioning like a "cabal", says former Law Commission Chairman A.P. Shah, who insists that the system of appointment to higher judiciary has outlived its utility and it should be replaced by an independent appointment commission.
Want to create world class players in India: FC Basel president (IANS Interview)
Revised GDP to check fiscal deficit to 3.1% in FY20: Chief Economic Adviser (IANS Interview)
2019 polls very competitive, too close to call: Ruchir Sharma (IANS Interview)
  • 2019 polls very competitive, too close to call: Ruchir Sharma (IANS Interview)(19:16)
    By Saket Suman
    New Delhi, Feb 5 (IANS) The popularity graph of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has fallen drastically and what seemed a year ago as another wrestling match "with only one boxer in the ring" now seems a Lok Sabha election too close to call, says global investor and bestselling author Ruchir Sharma.
Farm income scheme better alternative to loan waivers, MSP: Chief Economic Adviser (IANS Interview)
I can make jeans, T-shirt look like couture: Kareena Kapoor Khan (IANS Interview)

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