Charlie Rose takes a look at the future of the elections in India in the face of rampant corruption and declining economic conditions. He speaks with Sadanand Dhume of the WSJ, Dr. Milan Vaishnav of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Arvind Panagariya from Columbia, and Jonathan Shainin from New Yorker magazine. Vaishnav explained that the Indian government’s inability to act on necessary reforms, coupled with massive malfeasance in government, has the potential to invigorate the Indian opposition going into the elections.