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
Sharif is committed to picking up from where Vajpayee and he left off around 14 years ago. The political class in India should not let him down, writes Vinod Sharma
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.
Keeping tabs on the political grapevine.
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.
Eat, drink and be merry because the next day’s research may prescribe a more austere way of life.
The BJP’s politics is turning out to be neither fish nor fowl nor good red herring. The BJP must come up with a poll plank that is far more inclusive than Hindutva.
Indian sport might just get a chance to make a comeback on the international field. Positive signals from the IOC will bring no cheer if India’s sports administration is not cleansed.
Jolie’s ‘medical choice’ is brave but the luxury of being forewarned and forearmed is not available to everyone.
The arrest of Sreesanth and two others indicates that fixing continues to sully the T20 league.