India: Political Pulse & Road to Reforms
INCHEON South Korea - Japanese swim star Kosuke Hagino gave another glimpse of his vast potential by winning two more Asian Games gold medals on Monday, while food safety came sharply into focus after the dangerous bacteria salmonella was found in athletes' lunches.
INCHEON South Korea - Jitu Rai won India's first gold medal at the Asian Games on Saturday, clinching the men's 50 metre pistol event after his closest opponent cracked under pressure.
INCHEON South Korea - Chinese swimming star Sun Yang withdrew from one of the relays at the Asian Games on Monday after injuring his thumb in a race the previous night.
INCHEON South Korea - Asian Games judges overturned their decision to disqualify China from the women's 10 metre air rifle team event at the Asian Games on Monday, giving Zhang Binbin, Yi Shiling and Wu Liuxi the gold medal and confirming their world record.
INCHEON South Korea - Singapore were gifted a bronze medal in sepak takraw at the Asian Games on Monday when Laos were disqualified for arriving too late for their semi-final match the previous night.
Rahul Gandhi's New Innings
Scalded by spontaneous anti-rape and corruption protests near the seat of government in Delhi, India's ageing leaders are scrambling to win over an angry and influential young urban population ahead of elections due to be held by early next year. Full Article
BREAKINGVIEWS - India braces for last year of political stability. Full Article