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Best of BS opinion: Coronavirus, financial sector woes, Scindia, and more

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Can we say that Indian politics is not for the wealthy or any social elites? What does social distancing in the context of the coronavirus outbreak actually signify? How is Jyotiraditya’s politics different from that of his father, Madhavrao Scindhia? Alokananda Chakraborty sums up.

The cure for India’s monetary sector woes may possibly lie in things like improving current market intelligence, responding to early alerts, improving efficacy of prosecution, and knowing constructions and inter-dependence, writes T N Ninan. Click listed here to read…

Scindia’s ‘non-AC’ Assortment Rover demonstrates how a unique model of hypocritical—and self-destructive—socio-populism is our countrywide ideology, writes Shekhar Gupta. Go through on…

As he jumped ship, Jyotiraditya’s demotion is from raja to ryot, from maharaja to praja, writes Sunanda K Datta-Ray. Click listed here to read…

Covid-19 is not like the 2008 world monetary disaster.

You simply cannot devote your way out of it, writes Mihir Sharma.Go through on…


“Neither sorry, nor suffering”

Stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra right after Vistara Airways bans him till April 27