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Exclusive | India Not Better or Stronger Than In 2014: Chidambaram

The ex-finance minister questioned Modi’s claim of a “thriving economy”, but had more to say than on just economics

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On the third anniversary of the Narendra Modi government, The Quint's Editorial Director Sanjay Pugalia asked former finance minister P Chidambaram how the Prime Minister – and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) – fared in the last three years.

From the Indian economy’s health after Modi’s surprise demonetisation move, to the GST Bill, Chidambaram addresses them all. While Chidambaram strongly questioned the BJP’s claim of a "thriving economy", he had more to say than on economics. He questioned the ruling party’s strategy to tackle the Kashmir crisis and talked about the problems plaguing the Opposition.

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Exclusive | India Not Better or Stronger Than In 2014: Chidambaram

Modi’s Chances in 2019?

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What About the Opposition?

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The Burning Kashmir Issue

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