What happens in India to a depositor when a Cooperative Bank's numbers go deep into negative territory either because it has very large NPAs, or there is skulduggery, or acts of sheer incompetence- or a combination of all three?
As the sun sets on the Taj Mahal, casting light and shadows, a small hotelier from a trading caste who too was once enthusiastic about the BJP says there has been too much financial and personal loss for him to keep the faith.
Questions arise on what promise Prime Minister Narendra Modi will break next as the ruling party tries to win upcoming state elections, evident from the sudden U-turn the BJP took with their decision to repeal the three farm laws.
Why did it take this government almost eight years to remember the airport at Jewar? Quite clearly, the occasion was reserved for a date and time when it would have maximum impact on the elections
Kejriwal seems to have reverted to traditional politics rather than the alternative model that makes his party so appealing.
The farmers have illustrated that a maxim known to be true in electoral politics can also apply to the realm of social mobilisation: when the Modi-Shah BJP is confronted with a truly committed opponent, it is far from invincible.
The people have tamed autocrats in the past, they have been tamed once more and will continue to be tamed in future.
The victory of the Kisan movement has wider implications and will bring confidence to all those on the side of justice and the values of democracy and secularism enshrined in our constitution.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi isn't used to backing down. So his move to repeal three contentious laws that have drawn tens of thousands of farmers to protest at the borders of the capital for over a year is significant.
How will a structure help India rather than a ban? It will create a safeguard for retail investors, the crypto companies based in India will not move out of India, so there will be no flight of capital.
His message was incontrovertibly positive as he urged us all to turn our backs on hate and haters. Is that a crime? If it is seen as one, then all that he talked about acquires instant validity. Jai Hind!
Thank you, Doval-ji, for reminding us of the power of civil society, which is no external power. Its real strength is internal.
Two of the world's richest men, fighting over a near-bankrupt Indian retailer, have made so much noise that its board has woken up super cranky.