The protests are a reminder to Recep Erdogan to do a reality check on his ambitious policies.
Dhoni’s Rhiti Sports connection shows that impropriety does not stop with the top officials.
The PM needs to shore up India’s infrastructure to ensure that the numbers do not slip further.
The Infosys story shows that the lack of a succession plan can even derail industry giants.
The rupee’s fall must make the UPA realise that it’s time to introduce critical reform measures.
The dastardly attack on a Congress convoy by Maoists in Chhattisgarh must be condemned in the strongest possible terms. The attack proves that Maoists are threatening the idea of India.
Positive signs of the economy are in sight. But we must not allow political instability raise its head.
Allies of successive governments must account for themselves much better than they have done.
The Jessica Lall case highlights the need for quicker trials and an effective witness protection programme.
If the government, which has been in power for a good nine years, is patting itself on the back on its achievements, what should the Opposition do?
While I would of course defend the sanctity of any story, I also believe that those who create the pop culture that shapes one billion mindsets should be more responsible. Anuya Jakatdar
Khalid Mujahid’s death in police custody has left the Uttar Pradesh administration with many a riddle to solve.
Anything less than a thorough clean-up will destroy the little credibility that is left in cricket.
Sanjay Dutt’s case underlines the need for prisons to become centres for reform and not just incarceration.
The Li Keqiang visit is marked by honesty and pragmatism, a good sign for Sino-Indian ties.