dr sanjaya baru

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  • 'Newton's' success isn't going down too well with some, it seems

    The famous Indian crab mentality notwithstanding, we have never quite got our heads around to the extent that schadenfreude exists in our collective psyches

    Sep 27, 2017, 14:47 IST

  • Miami nice

    For the past few weeks designer Maheka Mirpuri has been in Miami with her husband, on their annual summer break visiting his aunt

    Jun 08, 2017, 21:33 IST

  • Art, sport, culture and more

    "I only dropped by to pay my respects to Rajeev Sethi, after my meeting the PM to launch the Reliance Foundation Youth Sports initiative to promote sports consciousness in the country," says Nita Ambani about her weekend sojourn to the Capital, which sources say left many in her thrall

    Jul 25, 2016, 06:05 IST

  • Like a breath of fresh air

    She'd arrived in public consciousness, like a breath of fresh air all those years ago in Dev Anand's 'Des Pardes', and after heady success in films, just as suddenly, she opted to take a back seat after her marriage to Anil Ambani, one of the country’s richest men

    Aug 05, 2015, 06:01 IST

  • It's not rocket science

    And even as the country's biggest talking heads and policy wonks have put on their finest expressions of gravitas and are busy trying to give FinMin advice on his forthcoming budget to our mind the most valuable bon mots have emerged from the lips of our friend and former editor at Business Standard Dr Sanjaya Baru, whose book The Accidental Prime Minister till date is the most incisive look at the UPA's undoing

    Feb 24, 2015, 06:01 IST

  • In praise of unibrows

    An interesting aside in the celebrity-packed evening at the Westin to launch Pradeep Chandra’s coffee table book on Aamir Khan was Dalip Tahil’s speech

    Jun 11, 2014, 06:00 IST

  • Interview with Dr. Manmohan Singh's ex-media advisor Sanjaya Baru

    Ever since it hit headlines, the book, The Accidental Prime Minister, ex-media advisor to Dr Manmohan Singh, Sanjaya Baru's account of his tenure with the PM during UPA-1 has opened a can of worms, and ruffled many feathers especially within the ruling government

    Apr 22, 2014, 11:14 IST

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