New Delhi is getting a bigger say in global issues but must not let rhetoric get the better of hard work
The covid pandemic has wreaked devastation on a scale that usually occurs once in hundred years. The after-effects —lingering health problems, decline in productivity and disruptions to economic networks—will be felt for some time to come. Ironically, there is also the proverbial silver lining: India finds itself in a position to seek redressal for historical wrongs perpetuated in international organizations. But before that can reach fruition, India must decide which face to wear.