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Lineage has given Bilawal Bhutto a stage. But fixing Pakistan’s foreign relations won’t be easy

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The son of Benazir Bhutto, grandson of Zulfikar Bhutto: Pakistan’s new foreign minister, Bilawal Bhutto, comes with storied legacy. Fixing Pakistan’s foreign relations, amidst economic crisis and terrorist violence, won’t be easy. Lineage has given Bilawal a stage. To emerge as a leader of Pakistan will need a stellar performance.

Yogi govt’s decision on regulating loudspeakers is sensible as long as it’s applied uniformly

Politics over regulating loudspeakers at mosques and temples is unwarranted. Yogi government’s decision to limit decibel levels to within their premises or remove them is sensible as long as it’s applied uniformly. Noise pollution is a serious problem. If this campaign is genuine, it should go beyond places of worship.

Ajay Devgn swinging his ‘national language’ lathi is silly. Blame it on Hindi nationalism

Indian actors have always transcended language boundaries – those from South/East India work in Hindi cinema and vice versa. There’s mutual respect and admiration. So it’s silly of Ajay Devgn to go around swinging his Singham lathi about the ‘national language’. Let’s just blame it on Hindi nationalism in the air.

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