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Amarinder Singh’s announcement of new party at ThePrint’s OTC will trigger churn in Punjab

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Capt. Amarinder Singh’s announcement at ThePrint Off The Cuff about launching his party is sure to trigger a political churn in Punjab. His conditional offer to ally with BJP is an incentive for Modi government to resolve stalemate over farm laws. It must also act on his inputs about Pakistan-instigated security threat.

Fabindia or Zomato, Twitter can’t set agenda for companies in India

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India, Israel, UAE and US are here to balance the rise of China. It brings new opportunities

Call it what you want but the coming together of India, Israel, UAE and US is the birth of another pressure group to balance the rise of China. For India, it’s also a new zone of unhyphenated opportunities. It should remain interested, committed unlike its early hesitations about the Quad.

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