Prasar Bharati’s veiled threat to PTI to put nationalism ahead of journalism is outrageous. The job of a credible news service is to report the news, irrespective of whether the source is considered a friend or foe in one place or the other. Prasar Bharati has shamed its founding ideals.
Modi’s Atmanirbhar call is getting lost in translation, his ministers are talking in different voices
PM Narendra Modi’s call for ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ is getting lost in translation, with ministers talking in different voices about trade and commerce with China. India can’t afford any ambiguity, especially because its post-Covid economic path is something the world is keenly watching. Self-reliance can’t be a mere political slogan.
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