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Covid needs to be Mumbai’s priority, not a demolition drama involving Kangana Ranaut

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Ugly spectacle of Rhea Chakraborty’s arrest should now make way for fair due process

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Question Hour suspension is undemocratic. Govt must not give impression it’s running scared

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New tensions on LAC shouldn’t escalate like Galwan. Raise diplomacy stakes to push China back

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GDP numbers show Modi govt needs to work on stimulating demand

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Congress lost a chance today to reboot party. It needs to move past defending Gandhis

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On Camera

Lt Gen. Asim Saleem Bajwa | File photo: Twitter | @AsimBajwaISPR

Nawaz Sharif or Asim Bajwa, corruption scandals in Pakistan turn into never-ending soaps

In Pakistan, no one seems interested in demanding stronger, more independent institutions which would do due diligence away from the public glare.
The Reserve Bank of India | File photo: Bloomberg

Stringent Kamath panel suggestions mean not many stressed firms can avail of RBI debt recast

RBI has implemented KV Kamath panel’s recommendations in totality, including parameters like high debt service coverage ratio and investment grade rating.

Defence

Representational image for India-China relations | File photo: Bloomberg

China wanted ‘no escalation’ on hotline call in the day, tried to capture territory at night

Hours before trying to push in 1,000 soldiers near Pangong Tso on 28 August, Chinese PLA had called Indian Army to avoid escalatory action and night patrolling.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

Fort Modi is impregnable despite China, Covid, job losses. Only one leader can defeat him

Critics wonder why voters aren’t turning against Modi. But a well-entrenched Indian leader has never been defeated by a rival; only Modi can do that to himself.