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Will Pak learn?

An overnight assault on a police training college near Quetta, the capital of Balochistan, that killed at least 61 people, most of them cadets, is a lesson for the Pakistani authorities to take action

Can’t buy peace

Apropos the report, Manohar Parrikar, Venkaiah Naidu flay MNS’ `5-Crore deal on ADHM (Oct.26), the `5 crore donation imposed by MNS chief Raj Thackeray on Karan Johar for the safe release of his movie

Mistry mystery?

I fail to comprehend what’s the hullabaloo about the decision of the Tata Group to sack Cyrus Mistry as its chairman.

Settle the feud

It is unfortunate that highly-experienced Mulayam Singh Yadav could not contain the family dispute and allowed it to surface in the public domain.

Who after mistry?

The board of Tata Sons has shocked corporate India by sacking Cyrus Mistry as chairman.

Combat hunger

In his article, Focus on rural India, look at hunger index (Oct. 25), Sunanda K. Datta-Ray has rightly said, “...the government should devote far more attention to the countryside”.

Not Nobel worthy

Somewhere one agrees with Ruskin Bond that Bob Dylan winning the Nobel Prize for Literature is an insult to all great writers.

Samajwadi war

What’s a political party without some internal fireworks?

Good strategy

In one-day cricket, when there’s an extraordinary situation, conventional batting order and regular bowling lineup does not help much. In Mohali too, Kohli was well assisted by M.S.

No choice left

The US presidential election possibly has the most unsuitable candidates this time. Hilary Clinton seems to be better of the two, leaving the Americans with no choice so to speak.

Kabaddi champions

India bagged the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup.

MNS hits new low

Apropos the editorial Film episode lowers our prestige (October 23) it was amusing that the Bollywood filmmakers needed a hollow threat from the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena to rekindle their sense of p

Flawed arguments

It is a perverse line of argument that triple talaq is not permissible as it is un-Islamic.

Whatever their political leanings may be, the residents of India’s capital agree on one thing. New Delhi’s air is foul.

As a neutral observer, I have no hesitation in saying that at this moment there is hardly any political party which could pose a political challenge to the BJP at the national level, but that doesn’t