Challenges galore before Murthy as IT scenario has changed a lot
With reference to the editorial A return that merits mention (Our Take, June 4), it is indeed a good news that NR Narayana Murthy is back in Infosys as its executive chairman. Though the stock prices of the company that put India on the global software map jumped after the announcement of his return, Murthy needs to do a lot to regain its falling market share and restore investor confidence. Murthy must also realise that the IT scenario has undergone a significant change since he hung up his boots in 2007.
Ashok Goswami, via email
BJP's iron man is getting rusty
With reference to the report Rajnath, Shivraj mollify Modi after Advani's dig June 4), senior BJP leader LK Advani's unfulfilled ambitions of becoming the prime minister seems to be the reason behind his unwarranted remarks calling Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi arrogant while praising Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. A senior leader like Advani should act as a unifying force instead of a divisive one in his own party.
M Chandra, via email
Defending the indefensible
Salman Khurshid's article Unless ye be judged (June 3) is symptomatic of the arrogance the leaders of the ruling Congress have been showing for many years. Khurshid has merely presented a poor defence of his party's actions. He must realise that the malaise is within the Congress-led UPA and not outside it. Nevertheless, he unknowingly confesses to have chosen to be of the Congress, for the Congress and by the Congress. The moment he chooses to be for the country and by the country, he will be able to see things from a different perspective.
Kumar Anand, Delhi