Best of BS Opinion: In every systemic crisis there is a human factor

Infosys co-founder N R Narayana Murthy
Corporate governance suffers at the hands of people believed to be paragons of virtue. People are veering around to seeing merit in a bad bank, which highlights the failings of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code. The dichotomy of regional vs national in politics is now a stereotype and, though international relations between China and China are forever on the edge, hope never dies. sums up

Vishal Sikka had to quit as Infosys chief executive officer without there being any evidence of wrongdoing against him. Despite this, N R Narayana Murthy made much play of it then. Why is he silent when Infosys is under a cloud, asks Shyamal Majumdar 

The advantages of having a bad bank are enormous, says Prashant Kumar

The Shiv Sena must find a pathway to staying relevant, according to Aakar Patel 

Over the next few years the aim and objective would be to get China and India into a deeper engagement. Tarun Das explains

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly on cricket coach Ravi Shastri

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