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India’s telecom mess is set to worsen, and the sector could even collapse, after the Supreme Court’s refusal to give more time to companies to pay dues that were overstated in the first place. The economy simply cannot afford another crisis. Modi government must step in and end this charade.

Amit Shah should follow some of his own advice on hate speech

Home Minister Amit Shah’s disapproval of hate speeches by BJP leaders during the Delhi election campaign has come late in the day but is still refreshing. It should serve as a deterrent to the BJP’s habitual loudmouths. Shah should also walk the talk and follow some of his own advice.

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