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India’s aid to quake-hit Turkey helps victims but also schools Ankara about global realities

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The government’s aid for earthquake-hit Turkey demonstrates compassion—and a sharp grasp of geopolitics. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has claimed leadership of the Muslim world by targeting India on Kashmir and backing anti-West causes. India’s assistance helps victims, but also schools Ankara—and Islamabad—about the realities of global power.

Congress’ 3-question-a-day attack on Modi govt shows they’ve learnt opposition politics

Congress party’s three-questions-a-day salvo at Narendra Modi-led government over Hindenburg Research’s allegations against Adani Group is a throwback to Ram Jethmalani’s ten-queries-a-day quiz on Bofors deal in 1987. Their merits aside, Congress has finally learnt to play opposition politics. Government has no reasons to hide away from discussions in Parliament.

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