The Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2022, was tabled by the Union government in the Lok Sabha on Monday.
Given the concerns raised by Opposition parties and some state governments, our lead editorial notes that the government has not learned from the past— either its own recent past or the long history of electricity-access disputes in India. Read here
Our second editorial argues why despite trailing the 2018 record, the Commonwealth Games performance had much for the country to celebrate. Read here
Rationalising goods and services tax rates and reducing bands can further sustain the revenue growth that is already in evidence. Wasting this opportunity would be a costly mistake, writes A K Bhattacharya
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