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Peeping Pak

Pakistan’s obsession with India’s internal matters is incomprehensible. Every now and then, it finds a way to fish in troubled waters.

Ayodhya returns

Your news report In UP, BJP bid to shift focus back to Ayodhya (May 21) is a warning.

Modi forever

Narendra Modi ashamed Indians during his recent foreign visit by saying: “There was a time when people used to say we don’t know what sins we committed in our past life that we were born in Hindustan”

Come on Nadal!

For the first time in a long time Rafael Nadal is not the favourite to win the French Open title this year. He is down to No. 7 in the world tennis rankings — the worst since 2005.

Maha feud

The news about serious differences cropping up between Maharashtra’s ruling alliance does not bode well for the state.

Delhi bedevilled

The immaturity with which Delhi lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung and chief minister Arvind Kejriwal have handled the issue of the appointment of bureaucrats defies common sense.

Check leakages

It appears that predictions of foreign investments inundating India in the near future will soon become reality.

Dilli kiski?

Can A constitutional appointee exercise greater administrative authority than the elected representatives in states or Union Territories?

Modi-Tatva

By posing as an emissary of peace, Narendra Modi has altered the image of the traditional Indian leader.

Bastar’s infamy

The news of “popular” mobilisation along the lines of the outlawed Salwa Judum in Bastar is problematic.

Apprise Opposition

A year of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rule has done much to root out the bad governance of previous governments.

Learn from Modi

Narendra Modi’s visit to China was his first as the Prime Minister of India but he had been there before as chief minister of Gujarat.

R.I.P. Shanbaug

The death of Aruna Shanbaug is saddening.

Arvind Kejriwal’s transfor-mation from an anti-corruption advocate and street fighter to a shrewd hard-boiled politician is a remarkable Indian political phenomenon without parallel.

“Descartes was wrong: To simply be conscious is not to be; Our constant song Is ‘I must make a mark, acknowledge me!’ The mirrored face Is not sufficient evidence that we Are in the race