I was prepared to take the risk : Advani
By Sheela Reddy OUTLOOK | Sunday, 13 April 2008
Would his bio rub people the wrong way? Like with l’affaire Jinnah, Advani didn't care.
India should not be scared of China: Advani
By Shantanu Nandan Sharma and Shubham Mukherjee The Economic Times | Saturday, 29 March 2008
Interview to Shantanu Nandan Sharma and Shubham Mukherjee in The Economic Times
BJP’s prime ministerial candidate L K Advani claims that he did not time the release of his autobiography My Country, My Life to coincide with the current political climate. While the ruling party, gearing up for the elections, has been looking for opportunities to highlight the Opposition’s weak points, the book has given sleepless nights to many in the BJP itself. The leader of the Opposition talked about core political and economic issues and explained why he decided to have a cup of coffee with the UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi at 10 Janpath.
Walk the Talk
By Shekhar Gupta NDTV 24x7 | Sunday, 23 March 2008
'No attempt being made (by Pak) to undo terrorism infrastructure. It is still there, kept as a reserve' ...
Advani rues poor ties with Sonia
By Arnab Goswami TIMES NOW | Friday, 21 March 2008
In an exclusive interview with TIMES NOW, BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate LK Advani said that he wish he had better relationship with Congress President Sonia Gandhi. Speaking to TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief, Arnab Goswami -Advani goes on to say that this even affected his relationship with the Prime Minister.
Advani gets nostalgic, teary-eyed
By Rajdeep Sardesai CNN-IBN | Wednesday, 19 March 2008
Advani says he and Vajpayee have never been rivals or competitors. A day after the release of his memoir, My Country, My Life, BJP leader L K Advani spoke to CNN-IBN's Editor-in-Chief Rajdeep Sardesai at length about his relationship with former prime minister Atal Behari Vajpayee, about his memories in Pakistan and about Narendra Modi and BJP leadership.
Interview with Shri L.K. Advani in Singapore
By MediaCorp News correspondent MEDIACORP NEWS | Thursday, 26 July 2007
...broadly speaking, one thing is certain: The performance of the incumbent government of the United Progressive Alliance will be surely put to the test. And it will not be possible for the ruling coalition or for the leading constituent in it – namely, the Congress party -- to win a renewed mandate on the basis of its performance so far. I shall not say anything more since it is not proper for me to sound polemical on foreign soil while speaking about domestic issues. Suffice it to say that my party, the BJP, and its allies will bounce back to power whenever the elections are held