Hindustan Times Politics of coalition politics
As our polity fractures into regional dynasties and caste-based parties, all central governments have to bow to the demands of these regional dictators, writes VIR SANGHVI
India Together Civil, but criminal
Environmental laws cannot follow a simple prohibition model; an elaborate scheme of regulation and licensing is needed with rules designed to promote fairness and efficiency. SAIRAM BHAT outlines the differences between the two legal approaches to protecting the natural environment.
Times of India Hospitals to hospitality
Most Indian doctors came here in the 1970s, 80s and even 90s, though it became increasingly difficult and forbidding. A majority of them did fabulously well. They became rich - and Republican, writes CHIDANAND RAJGHATTA
Indian Express Censoring his own past
It is natural for a Congress-headed government to gloss over the excesses committed during the Emergency. But this is one stain the party will have to live with for a long time to come. The blemish is not going to simply fade away with the passage of time, cautions KULDIP NAYAR