Monday, March 27, 2017

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Immoral policing

Anti-Romeo squads address fears more than real threat

SEBI strikes

Regulators need act like regulators

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Testing the limits

Push Aadhaar after privacy law

25 slaps to democracy

Shiv Sena MP shows what ‘rulers’ think of the ruled

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The anti-Muslim pitch

The anti-Muslim pitch

by Apoorvanand

We need to recognise it for what it truly is

Building SYL canal a zero-sum game

Building SYL canal a zero-sum game

by K.R. Lakhanpal

Construction of the canal without determining the total quantum of water that is available for distribution and its current usage through a fair process would be tantamount to putting the cart before the horse.

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After hanging, rewards

by R. K. Kaushik

Bend it like Dhaka

by SNM Abdi

The visit of Sheikh Hasina, the Bangladesh PM, to India next month is the time to re-calibrate Dhaka-New Delhi ties. While Hasina’s Awami League government bends over backwards to please India, the BJP has demonised Bangladeshis. It is high time that the party rose above electoral politics to look at strategic national interest instead.

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On foot, a happy man

by Rajesh Krishan

FOR most of my college days, my only mode of transportation was a scooter, Chetak, which was a big hit in the early 1990s.

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Glass house dwellers

by Ratna Raman

A twisted fairytale

by Bubbu TirMusings, last 7 days...

Thought for the day

Without tolerance, our world turns into hell. — Friedrich Durrenmatt

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This day, that year

Lahore, Tuesday, March 27, 1917

Is it a Matter of Mere Opinion?

Physiology and Hygiene.