Times of India Long on policy, short on implementation
Sparring, even bickering, between the United Progressive Alliance Government and the Left Front that supports it "from outside" is built into the situation. This has meant noble announcements and little implementation, says INDER MALHOTRA
Tribune 'We should not become victims of money'
N.R. Narayana Murthy and Infosys constitute a key template for the entrepreneurial spirit, a quest for excellence and meritocratic structures. SRIDHAR CHARI talks to him in a wideranging interview
Asian Age The ostrich of Delhi
The Lays brand of potato chips is outselling samosa, and the young generation thinks BSNL is a word for anything that doesn't work. M J AKBAR reports from the ground on Kashmir
Times of India Is Pakistan Islamic or jehadi?
In a battle of lies and politics, the reality of Pakistan has been lost to most Indians, says JOSY JOSEPH
Deccan Herald India's export target a tall order
Going by its new trade policy unveiled this month, the Indian government expects exports to almost double in five years to 1.5% of global exports. Just how this will be achieved, it won't say. By INDRAJIT BASU