A day after the Reserve Bank of India announced measures to boost credit demand, the largest lender, State Bank of India, reduced interest rates. Now that the two important events — the Union Budget and monetary policy review— are out the way, commentators are in a better position to gauge the possibilities for the Indian economy. Meanwhile, voters of the National Capital Territory of Delhi will vote today to elect the next state government today.
Business Standard Opinion pieces for the day talk about issues related to policy and politics
For Modi, Nehru is a recurrent target to attack.
Not just because he believes Nehru cast India in a non-Hindu image but also to chip away and finish Gandhi dynasty and Congress, writes Shekhar Gupta
Delhi’s debate of development versus Hindu-Muslim polarisation mirrors a paradigm shift in national politics, notes Sunil Sethi