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Mediation in the Saudi–Iran deal hands China a distinct advantage in the West Asian region.
In the midst of fi xed narratives promoted by the confl icting sides, the Chinese position on peace is notable.
The government cannot claim monopoly over truth in a democracy.
The complete composition of the collegium continues to run into rough weather.
A centralised and single-window clearance process would facilitate the diversion of forests for non-forest purposes.
The government must spell out its strategic vision transparently to arrive at a national consensus. Mukul Sanwal writes: Tawang is once again in the news as the country grapples with the ghosts of...
Electoral dominance of a single party underlines the political limits of the opposition parties.
We need a more transparently and effi ciently appointed, diverse set of judges.
A fund is created to provide to those recovering from climate disasters to compensate for the North–South divide.
Confrontational geopolitics and geo-economics hinder a collective response to global challenges.
Upholding the EWS reservations exposes the Supreme Court’s limited understanding of social justice and equality.
The extension of Xi Jinping’s term indicates that the CPC has chosen “strong continuity” rather than change.
Renewing the renaissance project with a socially egalitarian and secularising thrust is an urgent task.
The lapse of quality control in India is unacceptable if the claim to be the pharmacy of the world is to be sustained.
The rising cases of murder demand that murder as such should be considered a crime against women in India.


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