Most of India’s problems look like yesterday’s. They should have been easy to take care of, regardless of whether they are of the courts or of the administration. Uddalok Bhattacharya sums up.
No amount of tax rate deduction can succeed without buttress from tax administration. Parthasarathi Shome analyses.
India’s deficiencies weaken its position in international bargaining and thwart its hopes of becoming a global player.
Anita Inder Singh stresses the country must strengthen the rule of law and improve democratic governance.
OUR EDIT SAYS: A better way to help farmers is direct cash transfer.