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Our take on big tech layoffs, EWS quota, COP27 and govt controlling TV programming—in 50 words

ThePrint view on the most important issues this week.

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This week, we saw big tech companies firing their employees in huge numbers, Supreme Court gave split verdict on EWS quota, Union government’s control on television news programming. Read our 50-word editorials on them and much more.

11 November 

Disturbing that govt is proud of demonetisation. It belongs in the museum of disastrous ideas

Scale of employee layoff at Big Tech shows it accumulated far too much flab during boom years

10 November 

Govt shouldn’t control programming like China or North Korea. TV remote belongs to citizens

India’s T20 World Cup performance is not entirely unexpected. It needs younger legs

9 November 

Thanks, Pakistan. Now India needs to do a 1985, not 1992

Trump’s divisive politics leading his party to dead end. Republicans must find centre ground

Modi must rein in Governors in non-BJP-ruled states. Defeats cooperative federalism

8 November 

Acquittal of three rape accused shows tougher laws won’t compensate for incompetent police

Democracy has a place for media of all persuasions, Kerala Governor should know

COP27 right to remind G20 members to cut fossil fuels. Rich countries must be held to account

7 November 

SC upheld EWS quota but issue isn’t over yet. Minority view gives much fodder for litigation

BJP retains seats in Odisha, Bihar, puts regional parties on alert

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