Hearteningly, Pakistan army finally appears to be discarding policy of selective anti-terror operations.
So, in Lutyens’ Delhi, even jackfruit get police protection
Brazilian football is a mix of pure inventiveness and trickery
New government has no time to waste if it is to instil confidence that it is working to improve people’s well being.
Congress leaders who are now up in arms against Prime Minister Narendra Modi now have no moral right to question his actions.
Spain’s reign is over. But then, even a golden generation has a lifespan
Crowdfunding offers hope for small businesses. Sebi will need to rise to the regulatory challenge
Delhi must deal with the humanitarian challenge in Iraq. And end its political neglect of the region
The foreign junket culture in government is well entrenched
India must take its rightful place in global debates on internet governance, surveillance and espionage.
The daily Inquilab writes: “If the Modi government actualises even 50 to 70 per cent of what has been stated in the BJP’s pre-election slogans (reiterated in the president’s address) it would have extremely good results.
Erdogan may win the presidency, but his clout could be seriously weakened.
To revive growth, policy and institutional reforms are necessary. Begin with modernising the tax system.
Success of the ISIS campaign will only end up strengthening Shiite hold on Iraq.
The outcome of the Modi-Nawaz meeting was predictably seen as disastrous by the swelling pro-army tide in Pakistan.
An editorial in the Organiser also chimes in: “Pakistan is a fuming like volcano and the general proposition that a ‘peaceful and democratic Pakistan [is] useful for India’ looks a distant dream”.
Government’s inflation fighting measures are much needed. But fixating on hoarders isn’t useful.
States that care about job emergency must undertake similar labour law reform.
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