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The Hindu Editorial & Vocabulary – Justice, 34 years on

Justice, 34 years on The conviction of two rioters for their role in the 1984 anti-Sikh violence in Delhi marks a rare success in the long struggle...

Times of India Editorial & Vocabulary – May on migrants

May on migrants As the United Kingdom and European Union prepare for Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May has said that the new system will...

Times of India Editorial & Vocabulary – Veterans batting

Veterans batting Apart from being the incumbent and not the insurgent, current assembly polls in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan are unusual for BJP in...

Indian Express Editorial & Vocabulary – With due respect

With due respect In July, delivering the third Ramnath Goenka Memorial Lecture, Justice Ranjan Gogoi had quoted from an article in The Economist which said...

Indian Express Editorial & Vocabulary – A good step back

A good step back After an openly fractious build-up to the board meeting of the RBI on Friday, both the government and the central bank...

The Hindu Editorial & Vocabulary – When giants clash

When giants clash: on the US-China discord Breaking with more than a quarter-century of history, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) organisation wrapped up its summit with...

The Hindu Editorial & Vocabulary – Give and take

Give and take: on the RBI board meeting After the heat and dust of the last one month, the board meeting of the Reserve Bank of...

Times of India Editorial & Vocabulary – President Trump’s straight talk...

President Trump’s straight talk on Pakistan’s terror policy is laudable Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan may have scored brownie points domestically by lashing out at...

Times of India Editorial & Vocabulary – Back off now

Back off now The disagreements between Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and government are deep and serious. They are apparent in speeches, tweets and observations...

Indian Express Editorial & Vocabulary – Back to quota

Back to quota The Maharashtra government has cleared reservation for the Maratha community in education and government jobs. The question now is whether this proposal...

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