Devesh Kapur in the Business Standard on the Right to X Act.
Laurie Garrett and Maxine Builder in Foreign Policy about preparations that Indian authorities need to undertake associated with the Haj this year.
The first universities in India that shed their xenophobia will break away from the pack.
Milan Vaishnav on the extent to which voters in India know and use caste information when thinking about candidates.
Menaka Doshi in the Financial Express on the low quality of economic policy making in India.
Corporate governance failure at Ranbaxy? by Asish K. Bhattacharya in the Business Standard.
The big idea of the Indian equity market reform in the early 1990s was to have a 3-way separation between shareholding, management and membership of exchanges. Jayanth Varma has a blog post about how there are problems at the Chicago Board Options Exchange, in 2013 which are reminiscent of those seen at the BSE in 1993. I'm not surprised, as the CBOE does not have three-way separation.
Google is the General Electric of the 21st century by John Gapper in the Financial Times.