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Jagdish Rattanani

Jagdish Rattanani

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Need for bringing India's notorious bureaucracy to account

The BJP government has done better in preparing lists of those officers who are inefficient or corrupt

Punjab election shows good governance does gets votes in India

It is a no-brainer that Arvind Kejriwal’s victory speech was sharply focused on issues of governance, writes Jagdish Rattanani for South Asia Monitor

Corporate India needs a new crop of directors

If credibility is to come to corporate governance, the pool of directors must be widened to include people from a variety of fields

A dress code that does disservice to education in India - and the global reputation of a state

The girls at the centre of the protest have lost in the near term, but the longer-term loser is the state of Karnataka and India as a plural society and nation

Demonising of Punjab will have negative consequences

An unfair and uncalled for narrative was built as if Punjab was out to harm the Prime Minister, demonizing a state known for its sacrifices towards nation building

Is a strong, 'muscular' India losing out on peace and harmony?

India is in a hurry to reach a mythical place of stardom and power, and in that rush we may not have the time to see the pain and the suffering caused by us in our midst

Playing with fire: Communal flames in India pose a national threat

It is a sad picture of India of the 21st century that communal fires have erupted in states as far apart as Tripura and Maharashtra, writes Jagdish Rattanani for South Asia Monitor 

Why a strategic turnaround by Modi on the farm laws

The Modi government in India has repealed farm laws as it does not want to pay a political price in coming state elections, writes Jagdish Rattanani for South Asia Monitor 

Can Bollywood stand up and drive change?

Bollywood can serve India by supporting movies that are more nuanced and back the rights of victims of establishment overreach

Pan masala ad and the social responsibility of Indian film icon Amitabh Bachchan

The on-screen star can become a real-life hero if he withdraws from the tobacco ad, calls out paan masala as harmful to human health and triggers a movement within Bollywood to protect the health and rights of consumers


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