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Iran expects next payment under nuclear deal, signalling compliance 17.4.2014 FirstPost: World
VIENNA/DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran expects to get a fifth instalment this week of previously blocked overseas funds, a senior official was quoted as saying, a payment that would confirm Tehran's compliance with an interim deal with world powers to curb its nuclear programme. Separately, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said "tough issues" faced the Islamic Republic and the six major powers in negotiating a permanent accord to resolve the decade-old nuclear dispute but that it was still possible by a late July deadline. "If it (the negotiation process) goes on with the same trend, the final agreement could be reached within six months," Rouhani, seen as a pragmatist, was quoted by news agency Tasnim as saying at a meeting in a southeastern province late on Tuesday
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Baru a political turncoat: Karat (Cached) 17.4.2014 TOI: India
CPM general secretary Prakash Karat on Wednesday called Sanjaya Baru’s book — ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ — a “time server’s account that is highly subjective and ...
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Back to the cauldron days (Cached) 15.4.2014 Telegraph: Front Page
Kochi, April 14: Sanjaya Baru's book, The Accidental Prime Minister, has reopened wounds among a core group of Indian Foreign Service officers who consider themselves J.N. Dixit's protégés. They also believe that tensions within the UPA government took a toll on the health of Manmohan Singh's first national security adviser who died prematurely.
Revealed how Manmohan went from confidence to confusion (Cached) 14.4.2014 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
The IndoUS nuclear deal is the event that transformed the PM fooling him into believing he was invincible Without the changes that followed the deal UPA 2 might have gone very differently writes Vir ...
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Manmohan Singh ensured he had his way on n-deal (Cached) 14.4.2014 CNN-IBN: India
Singh achievement in stitching together the India-US civil nuclear deal and successfully overcoming domestic resistance to it.
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PM never aimed for more popularity than Sonia: Baru 14.4.2014 Latest News
The book says Manmohan Singh "made sure he had his way" on the India-US civil nuclear deal
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Manmohan Singh ensured he had his way on n-deal 14.4.2014 deccanherald.com
Otherwise chary of asserting or projecting himself or upstaging the Gandhi family, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh "made sure he had his way" on the India-US civil nuclear deal, says a new book on him that has kicked off a lot of political dust during a heated election campaign. His achievement in stitching together the India-US civil nuclear deal and successfully overcoming domestic resistance to it, including from his own party boss, is chronicled in "The Accidental Prime Minister: The Making and Unmaking of Manmohan Singh" (Penguin) that hit the stands over the weekend. While trying to get the support needed for the India-US civil nuclear deal, Manmohan Singh was "left to his own devices and he made sure he had his way," the book said. "He cajoled the nuclear establishment into falling in line. He pushed (then national security adviser M. K.) Narayanan to seal the deal. He ignored the doubters in the external affairs ministry and empowered the believers." "He convinced President Bush that backing the ...
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Manmohan Singh ensured he had his way on n-deal (Cached) 14.4.2014 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, April 14 : Otherwise chary of asserting or projecting himself or upstaging the Gandhi family, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh "made sure he had his way" on the India-US civil nuclear deal, says a new book on him that has kicked off a lot of political dust during a heated election campaign.
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‘Mysterious call marked SP’s U-turn on N-deal’ (Cached) 14.4.2014 TOI: India
The doors to the India-US nuclear deal began to open after a call PM's former media adviser Sanjaya Baru received one Saturday in late June, ...
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CPM calls Baru’s book work of fiction, party may come up with point-by-point rebuttal later  (Cached) 13.4.2014 TOI: India
CPM on Saturday refused to immediately react to Sanjaya Baru’s book- The Accidental Prime Minister- which criticized general secretary Prakash Karat’s hard stance on the Indo-US Nuclear deal and claimed that senior party leader Sitaram Yechury differed with his party boss on the ...
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Prashant Bhushan criticises timing of nuclear deal 13.4.2014 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Senior lawyer-activist Prashant Bhushan on Saturday questioned the Centre for signing an agreement with Russia for establishing two more nuclear power units in Kudankulam in Tamil Nadu. He asked w...
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How will history judge Manmohan Singh? 12.4.2014 Top Stories
Active or inert? As Prime Minister Manmohan Singh prepares for retirement, the author explores his current state of mind
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SO WHERE'S THE FICTION? 12.4.2014 India Today| Must Read
I am amused, says Sanjaya Baru at the vitriol being poured on him by the PMO for writing a memoir of his four years as media adviser. Exclusive excerpts from Sanjaya Baru's explosive book | Why Manmohan Singh ...
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Two lives 12.4.2014 Latest News
Active or inert? As Prime Minister Manmohan Singh prepares for retirement, the author explores his current state of mind
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PM Had Threatened to Quit on Nuclear Deal: Sanjaya Baru (Cached) 11.4.2014 Outlook Wires
At the peak of the political crisis over the Indo-US nuclear deal in the summer of 2008, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had threatened to quit if the UPA coalition was to buckle under Left pressure and had told Congress President Sonia Gandhi to look for his replacement.
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PM had threatened to quit on nuclear deal: Book (Cached) 11.4.2014 Oneindia.in: News
New Delhi, Apr 11: At the peak of the political crisis over the Indo-US nuclear deal in the summer of 2008, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had threatened to quit if the UPA coalition was to buckle under Left pressure and had
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Iran to receive frozen funds next week (Cached) 11.4.2014 New Kerala: World News
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'Principal secretary to the PM was a bureaucratic lightweight' 11.4.2014 India Today| Cover Story
The risk-averse TKA Nair could never be to Manmohan singh what Brajesh Mishra was to Atal Bihari ...
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When PM Manmohan Singh almost quit (Cached) 11.4.2014 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
At the peak of the political crisis over the Indo-US nuclear deal in the summer of 2008, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had threatened to quit if the UPA coalition was to buckle under Left pressure and had told Congress President Sonia Gandhi to look for his replacement.
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PM had threatened to quit on nuclear deal: Book 11.4.2014 deccanherald.com
At the peak of the political crisis over the Indo-US nuclear deal in the summer of 2008, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had threatened to quit if the UPA coalition was to buckle under Left pressure and had told Congress President Sonia Gandhi to look for his replacement. The goings on behind the curtain between Singh and Gandhi have been captured in graphic detail by Sanjaya Baru, the Prime Ministers Media Adviser in the first four years of UPA-I in his just-released book The Accidental Prime Minister-The Making and Unmaking of Manmohan Singh. Baru, a veteran journalist who resigned his job with Singh in 2008 during the days of crisis over the Indo-US nuclear deal and is now with a think-tank, writes that Singh was finding it difficult to push the deal through his own party. Singh had spoken to Gandhi on the evening of June 17 on the issue. Next morning, she and senior minister Pranab Mukherjee had come calling at the PMs residence. The PM had cancelled all his appointments for the day and this had ...
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