Best of BS Opinion: Govt denial, inadequate response not helping economy

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From tackling Delhi's pollution to Moody’s decision to put out a warning on its India rating and the inefficient use of capital in the country, here's a selection of Business Standard pieces for the day. Alokananda Chakraborty sums up.

If we go on being inward-looking, how will the system open up? Locking the competitive ones out of markets cannot be a way to get to the $5-trn dream, writes T N Ninan. Click

It is possible to argue today that the founders of our Republic were a bit anxious and erred in giving us the slogan of “Unity in Diversity”. They should have simply said, celebrate diversity, writes Shekhar Gupta.

Illiberal governments come even for those who welcomed their ascent.

That is one of the great lessons of history, writes Mihir Sharma.

Smog is crippling the next generation. Any government that tolerates that commits a crime against humanity, writes Sunanda K Datta-Ray. Click

Over a fish and salad lunch, entrepreneur & philanthropist talks to Pavan Lall about why he's betting big on and how a crocodile disrupted his charitable work.


"You have to ask him or you can ask God"

Sebi chief Ajay Tyagi on the IT major's chairman's assertion that even God can't change the company's numbers.

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