Opinion/Commentary
A note to RBI - Usha Thorat, Indian Express
It is indeed a sad day to see one of the most respected public institutions in India becoming an object of ridicule and scorn. There have been times when the Old Lady of Mint Street was criticised for being too conservative and cautious — for not being able to keep up with innovation and markets — but never has she been accused of not knowing her job. Never has she been the butt of as many jokes as in the last few days.
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Learning from history - Neera Chandhoke, Hindu
End of IS may see acts of desperation - Ashok K Mehta, Pioneer
A purple passage to India - Swaminathan S Anklesaria Aiyar, Economic Times
Stage is set to get back to simultaneous elections - A Surya Prakash, Pioneer
European Union and India are natural allies - Arun K Singh, Hindustan Times
India, US boost ties as China puts on boots near Doklam - Dipanjan Roy Chaudhury, Economic Times
Triple Talaq verdict: Effect on Muslim politics in India - Anwar Alam, Pioneer
Failing the tests of political leadership - Anirban Ganguly, Pioneer
How India should deal with the Chinese charm offensive after the Doklam dispute rhetoric - Minhaz Merchant, Mail Today
President Ran Nath Kovind begins India's Africa mission - Harsh V Pant, Mail Today
Indian economy slowdown temporary, GST to bear positive effect: World Bank - Asian Age
Election Commission not fully ready yet for simultaneous polls: Officials - Aanchal Bansal & Rakesh Mohan Chaturvedi, Economic Times
Prescription post Section 66A: ‘Change law to punish hate speech online’ - Seema Chishti, Indian Express
Why global value chains matter to India - Ajay Srivastava, Business Line
Crack the big digital convergence conundrum - Kushan Mitra, Pioneer
Rahul's prattle displays his political illiteracy - Anirban Ganguly, Pioneer
Defining Indianness is the main political challenge - TK Arun, Economic Times
Uniquely Indian problems - Ruchir Sharma, Times of India
Building Gandhi’s India - M Venkaiah Naidu, Indian Express
Narendra Modi's coming has begun a new wave of activism and political engagement, that's good for India - Bikram Vohra, Firstpost
Doklam resolution: Departure from reluctant foreign policy - Satish Kumar, Pioneer
US Secretary of Defence Mattis sends India all the right signals - Harsh V Pant, Mail Today
Time for the Army to face reality - Pravin Sawhney, Pioneer
New economy for new India - Jayant Sinha, My Gov
Why India-Pakistan ties will remain 'frozen for the foreseeable future' - Kanwal Sibal, Mail Today
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