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When Narendra Modi felt slighted by Donald Trump and Sanjay Dutt— the bad boy of Bollywood

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A selection of the best news reports, analysis and opinions published by ThePrint in the last 24 hours.

Narasimha Rao and his muscular Kashmir policy

On former Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao’s birth anniversary, ThePrint Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta writes a tribute to him, garnished with some personal stories. A must-read.

The waning warmth between Narendra Modi and Donald Trump

Jyoti Malhotra writes about the meeting between Narendra Modi and Donald Trump in November 2017 in Manila in which Modi felt the US President did not greet him with as much warmth. Malhotra says the deterioration in India-US ties over the past eight months can be traced to this very meeting.

Delhi would be better governed with full statehood

Amid the controversy surrounding the AAP government’s fight for statehood for Delhi, Shivam Vij lists why he thinks Delhi would be better governed if it had full statehood.

Sanjay Dutt’s life was a mix of LSD and an affair with Tina

As Sanjay Dutt’s biopic Sanju hits the screens, ThePrint Team gives you a peek into the actor’s life through an excerpt from Yaseer Usman’s book ‘Sanjay Dutt: The Crazy Untold Story of Bollywood’s Bad Boy‘.

Kumaraswamy dismisses reports of rift in JD(S)-Congress coalition

Amid speculations about friction in the JD(S)-Congress alliance in Karnataka, chief minister H.D. Kumaraswamy dismissed reports of any rift in the coalition in an exclusive interview to Rohini Swamy, and says the government will complete its full term.

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