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100-day plan is about pushing big ticket reforms: Amitabh Kant

The NITI Aayog CEO said that spurring private investments and ensuring better credit flow are the two important tasks for the new govt.

We don’t run our pricing strategy based on the market economy: BMW India president

Hans-Christian Baertels says right now, there is a perception in the market that luxury cars have a very high cost of ownership and BMW hopes to change that.

Kirron Kher has no connect with city, has failed miserably: Pawan Kumar Bansal

Pawan Kumar Bansal says being a native gives him an edge over Kher who had settled in the city after winning the election in 2014.

There’s pro-incumbency due to my achievements: Kirron Kher

Kirron Kher believes Modi government’s achievements like the air strikes in Balakot will help her overcome the challenge of Congress again.

There’s anti-incumbency against Congress now; Balakot air strikes have strong resonance: Hardeep Puri

Union minister Hardeep Puri prides himself as the only candidate with a detailed manifesto for Amritsar.

Everyone should love their nation, that is what is nationalism: Sunny Deol

"I had not always planned to get into politics but when I got a chance I decided to get into it" said Sunny Deol.

Pseudo nationalism won’t work; Modi has to take blame for Pulwama: Sunil Jakhar

"On people voting on Balakot We are not shying away from war, but war is not something to look forward to" Jakhar said.

Congress must first fix responsibility for ANYAY during its decades of rule: Ravi Shankar Prasad

RS Prasad, BJP’s LS candidate from Patna Sahib, said there is a tsunami in favour of the NDA, and that the BJP would get a majority on its own.

“No law violated, we use only funds provided by Infosys,” says Sudha Murty

In June 2016, we applied to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) asking for de-registration, though we had been verbally told we were outside its purview.

JV failure won’t impact Tata Steel’s India plans: Koushik Chatterjee

Tata Steel Group CFO Koushik Chatterjee spoke to ET about the impact of the stalled joint venture in Europe and on Tata Steel's more profitable operations in India.

We had PMs from regional parties, non-Congress and non-BJP front will be bigger: Akhilesh Yadav

We had PMs from regional parties, non-Congress and non-BJP front will be bigger: Akhilesh Yadav

Highlighting his views, social alliance is the biggest idea this elections, his economic blueprint and why global investors should not stress about India without a Modi regime.

IBC timeline adherence soon: Injeti Srinivas, Corporate Affairs Secretary

IBC timeline adherence soon: Injeti Srinivas, Corporate Affairs Secretary

Prepackaged group insolvencies, which involves agreeing to a resolution plan before declaring bankruptcy, could also be attempted in the future.

People ask for jobs, Modi offers them Pakistan: Manish Sisodia

People ask for jobs, Modi offers them Pakistan: Manish Sisodia

ET caught up with Delhi’s Deputy CM Manish Sisodia as he wrapped up campaigning for party candidate Atishi in the Khichripur slums of East Delhi.

There is undercurrent, but it’s for change: Sachin Pilot

There is undercurrent, but it’s for change: Sachin Pilot

I will be campaigning in MP, Punjab, Haryana, UP, West Bengal and Delhi. This is where the party has asked me to go: Sachin Pilot

Party chief was hesitant to say no to me..., so i opted out on my own: Sumitra Mahajan

Party chief was hesitant to say no to me..., so i opted out on my own: Sumitra Mahajan

"What cost us dear in the assembly polls was our laidback attitude. We were short only by 4-5 seats, so it was not a big defeat…moreover, our vote percentage went up," Sumitra Mahajan said.

Need to build bridges between industry and science: Tarun Khanna

Need to build bridges between industry and science: Tarun Khanna

Tarun Khanna was part of the team that created the Atal Tinkering Labs – creative tech play spaces in high schools.

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