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Our take on Kharge’s election, Liz Truss’ resignation, hunger findings—in 50 words

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This week, we saw release of new National Curriculum Framework, Gurmeet Ram Rahim getting parole, Liz Truss’ resignation, affidavit on Bilkis Bano convicts and Mallikarjun Kharge’s election as the president of Congress party. Read our 50-word editorials on them and much more.

21 October

NEP ticks right boxes for child education framework. But change needed from teachers, parents too

20 October

Parole to Gurmeet Ram Rahim smacks of political depravity. Courts must undo this wrong

Putin might end up fighting decisive battles of Ukraine war at home

Implosion of the Liz Truss government a cautionary tale for ideologues

19 October

Affidavit detailing paroles for Bilkis convicts scandalous. SC can’t let this drag like another routine case

Kharge’s election as president is Congress’ opportunity to reinvent itself. Gandhis must step aside

18 October

Govt’s rejection of hunger findings lacks credibility. It should release official data instead

 

Questions on Jayalalithaa’s death probe are worrying, need to be examined by a panel of experts

17 October

Congress’ challenge of change comes now—genuinely empowered presidency or a potted plant

Imran Khan makes a point with bypoll win. Sharif must fix Pakistan’s woes, stop plotting

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