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26 Narendra Modi

We can all agree on one thing, India

hasn’t been the same since

32 Sonia Gandhi

Shashi Tharoor writes on the Congress’

keeper, who refused the throne once

36 Arvind Kejriwal

He rose from what looked like a people’s

era. Ajaz Ashraf writes AK’s journey so far.

40 Baba Ramdev

Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev on the salesman

sanyasi who rebranded ‘swadeshi’

48 Chandrashekhar

The fearless Dalit poster boy who

the authorities want suppressed

52 Bezwada Wilson

Aruna Roy on the fundamental


of Wilson’s movement

68 M.S. Dhoni

Ashish Nehra on how Dhoni was the

turning point in Indian cricket

80 Anurag Kashyap

Manoj Bajpayee on the potential of this

Bollywood change-maker

94 Sundar Pichai

Leading the most important company in

the world, one changing our perception

104 Nirav Modi

He changed a lot too—exposed the basic

flaws in our banking systems

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