Analysis: Corruption more entrenched as social malaise No. 1
PREMIUM Looking out of the hotel window over Mumbai and the Arabian Sea, I can’t but help think of the many similarities between two large and vibrant democracies, Indonesia and India. It’s been a weekend of high drama across the subcontinent. Ranking ministers failed to negotiate an end to a fast-unto-death threatened by a yoga guru turned TV star turned anticorruption campaigner. Then, in a sudden t...
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