Thursday, September 21, 2017
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A cultivated deceit

States told to do what Centre possibly can’t

Annihilating North Korea

Trump in a China shop

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India & Rohingya

Neither statecraft nor salvation


On road to ruin

Politicians let down farmers — and Punjab

Editorials, last 7 days...
Ties that bind

Ties that bind

by G Parthasarathy

At work, a new Asian strategic alliance

Corporatise the Railways

Corporatise the Railways

by Subir Roy

The motivation levels of Railway employees have plunged to an all-time low. The Railways needs charismatic leaders instead of faceless Board chairmen and de facto leaders in ministers who come and go.

Don’t be too happy about Riz Ahmed’s Emmy

Don’t be too happy about Riz Ahmed’s Emmy

by Aina Khan

People of colour are leaving the UK in their droves as an industry obsessed with conveyer belt period dramas pushes them out of their home country and into the arms of the more imaginative US.

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Is Shah’s black hole strategy working?

by Vibha Sharma

Modi and Shah guard their space and their plans to avoid giving any leverage to opponents. Their focus is on winning the next election.


Suu Kyi speaks, but questions remain

by Smita Sharma

India should pressure the Myanmarese army and government to resolve the Rohingya issue peacefully. And, the USA must raise the horrific plight of the refugees on a global platform.

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In new Valley, hope for love

In new Valley, hope for love

by Arun Joshi

T HIS is our Kashmir,” exclaimed Hayat, the cab driver, as he adjusted himself on a chair at a restaurant on the Khannabal-Pahalgam road for a better view of the romantic song from the 1968 hit, Mere Humdum, Mere Dost, playing on the television screen.

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And so it goes...

by Hennaav Kaur Dhillon

Bend, but not to break

by Col PS Sangha (Retd)Musings, last 7 days...

Thought for the day

The essence of strategy is choosing what not to do. — Michael Porter

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This day, that year

Lahore, Friday, September 21, 1917

Hertzogism in South Africa.

Alleged Bribery by Recruits.