Real challenge for railways is to keep pace with a fast expanding economy.
By the turn of the 20th century, the subcontinent had nearly 15,000 km of railway track, in comparison to just 600 km in China.
Both form and content of GST Constitution amendment bill need to be re-thought.
Land markets are skewed by policies that urgently require correction.
Why Rajasthan’s recent ordinances limiting who can run for local office are flawed.
The dish has come to telegraphically signal ‘anti-national’.
There are expectations of bold reform that will shift India to a high-growth trajectory. But better implementation of socialist policies or mere announcements of projects will not deliver results. The reforms that matter are deeper institutional changes — we need high-performance government organisations, necessary in a mature market economy. Such reforms would threaten discretionary power, laziness […]
Can India support a global network of academics to teach in its universities?
Union government is changing old ways. It is yet to find new equilibrium.
Contrary to the polite fictions of legal history, violent public punishment has survived across the world.
Intrigue and confusion characterised the tenure of the National Front government.
The Delhi verdict has injected a new frisson in the battle for Bihar.
Begin with systematic and planned development of government land.
The government has time on its side. The 2015 budget should focus on the medium term.
In the name of opinion polls and surveys, what was reported was “not only [a] deliberate misinformation campaign but [a] gross violation of journalistic conduct during elections”.