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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India's growing air pollution problem: Why legal intervention alone is the only way for a solution now - Firstpost
Not planning but action needed - VV Sundar, Pioneer
False Affidavits: MPs must be penalized - A Surya Prakash, Pioneer
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