Best of BS Opinion: India losing export opportunities, farm wastage & more

Topics BS Opinion

Illustration: Binay Sinha
Revenue sharing by the Centre with the states will stay a thorny problem. The presence of Chinese businesses in India will remain a ticklish matter. Uddalok Bhattachrya sums up

Despite getting half the Centre’s gross revenues in the first quarter of 2020-21, the states are understandably wary. A K Bhattacharya explains

The curious case of Jack Ma’s India plans despite his initial bullishness: His firm Alibaba is present in the country only as an investor rather than being a strategic player, and virtually absent from the anti-Chinese narrative. Nivedita Mookerji gives the perspective

OUR EDITS SAY

India is losing out on exports of cars because of uneven taxation Read here

The new fund should boost farm infrastructure Read here

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Don’t try to go into the battle placing the gun on (Narendra) Modi’s shoulders. If you do it, you will remain in that 1 per cent (the BJP’s vote share in the 2019 assembly election).

BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav’s warning to party colleagues in Andhra Pradesh


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