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Sanjeev Choudhary

Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

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25 Dec 2012

SP, BSP could decide fate of weakened government

NEW DELHI Sonia Gandhi, the usually reserved and poised leader of the ruling Congress party, leapt from her front-bench seat in parliament last week to grab back a document that a Member of Parliament (MP) had snatched from a government minister's hands.

24 Dec 2012

Coal India bets on domestic growth to meet demand

NEW DELHI Coal India Ltd said it prefers to pursue a production increase at home over securing coal assets overseas as it seeks to meet rising demand from India's fuel-starved power plants.

24 Dec 2012

SP, BSP could decide fate of weakened government

NEW DELHI Sonia Gandhi, the usually reserved and poised leader of the ruling Congress party, leapt from her front-bench seat in parliament last week to grab back a document that a Member of Parliament (MP) had snatched from a government minister's hands.

24 Dec 2012

Analysis - Sworn enemies could decide fate of weakened Indian government

NEW DELHI Sonia Gandhi, the usually reserved and poised leader of India's ruling Congress party, leapt from her front-bench seat in parliament last week to grab back a document that a lawmaker had snatched from a government minister's hands.

24 Dec 2012

Analysis - Sworn enemies could decide fate of weakened Indian government

NEW DELHI Sonia Gandhi, the usually reserved and poised leader of India's ruling Congress party, leapt from her front-bench seat in parliament last week to grab back a document that a lawmaker had snatched from a government minister's hands.

24 Dec 2012

Analysis: Sworn enemies could decide fate of weakened Indian government

NEW DELHI Sonia Gandhi, the usually reserved and poised leader of India's ruling Congress party, leapt from her front-bench seat in parliament last week to grab back a document that a lawmaker had snatched from a government minister's hands.

24 Dec 2012

ANALYSIS-Sworn enemies could decide fate of weakened Indian government

NEW DELHI, Dec 24 Sonia Gandhi, the usually reserved and poised leader of India's ruling Congress party, leapt from her front-bench seat in parliament last week to grab back a document that a lawmaker had snatched from a government minister's hands.

08 Oct 2012

Punchups, kidnappings mar efforts to privatise power

NEW DELHI It is rough being an employee of Torrent Power Ltd in Agra. Furious residents regularly take staff of the power distributor hostage or beat them up, stone-throwing mobs besiege the firm's high-walled compound, and one official recently had to be hospitalised after he was hit on the head with a brick.

08 Oct 2012

Insight: Punchups, kidnappings mar India's efforts to privatize power

NEW DELHI It is rough being an employee of Torrent Power Ltd in the Indian city of Agra. Furious residents regularly take staff of the power distributor hostage or beat them up, stone-throwing mobs besiege the firm's high-walled compound, and one official recently had to be hospitalized after he was hit on the head with a brick.

08 Oct 2012

Insight - Punchups, kidnappings mar India's efforts to privatise power

NEW DELHI It is rough being an employee of Torrent Power Ltd in the Indian city of Agra. Furious residents regularly take staff of the power distributor hostage or beat them up, stone-throwing mobs besiege the firm's high-walled compound, and one official recently had to be hospitalised after he was hit on the head with a brick.

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