Indian Express Editorial

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Here are six Indian Express op-eds that created the most impact in 2015

These Indian Express opinion pieces were widely read and prompted debates on social media

Letters to the Editor: First prize

This refers to the editorial, ‘Winter is coming’ (August 14). To dub the monsoon session a wash-out would be a gross understatement.

Discounted crown jewels

Government needs to live up to its reformist claims, frame a strategic vision for PSUs

Singapore sling

Scrapping Delhi’s old cars is good. Doing it less suddenly would have been better

Being bank friendly

RBI guidelines will help enhance financial inclusion. But there is scope to make them less restrictive

The right call

Government must use Vodafone transfer pricing case to signal a more stable tax regime

Unfinished inning

Phillip Hughes will be mourned. But there is no cause for alarmism regarding the game

The public duty of private schools

Removing charitable status would be politically contentious that it could trigger a wider tit-for-tat war over the role of charities.

SP’s takeaway

It must deliver on its promise of better governance if it wishes to consolidate the bypoll gains

Quest for influence

Xi Jinping’s Malé and Colombo visits highlight a challenge Delhi can’t afford to downplay or ignore

One-day wonders

Team India make a spectacular comeback after the Test debacle. But fortunes are fickle in cricket

Light bulb moment

The latest heist in an MP bungalow shows these are dark times for Indian politicians

Look who’s walking

Soon, shoes will tell you where to go and we will all be bystanders to the internet of things.

Once more in Nepal

Modi government must first take note of how Delhi has undermined a crucial bilateral relationship.

Despite their misery

Having hosted an outstanding World Cup, Brazil can now look ahead to the Olympics