Suprema Corte legislando, escandalos, corrupção, cartórios, incompetência, prejuizos bilionários, ... parece Brasil mas aconteceu na India.

In a bout of what appears to be a case of “grand-standing”, the government said the court had “traveled beyond the limits of judicial review and entered the realm of policy-making.” The government argued that the Supreme Court had “erred in holding that the first-come first-served policy was flawed and lopsided” and that a public auction would have been preferable.


The whole sordid 2G saga has not only highlighted corruption and poor management but also bureaucratic miscommunication in India where government departments appear to work in silos. If there was ever a need for “transformation”, this is it, and for the country’s sake, the sooner the better.
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