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Our take on Agnipath, Pakistan’s economic crisis and presidential elections — in 50 words

ThePrint view on the most important issues this week.

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This week, we saw the BJP government releasing the Agnipath scheme and citizens protesting against it, political parties staying out of presidential elections, and Pakistan trying to waddle through its economic crisis. Read our 50-word editorials on them and much more.

June 17

China blocking sanctioning LeT terrorist tells India it doesn’t care about repairing ties

Congress replacing Randeep Surjewala with Jairam Ramesh is a good move. But it’s not enough

June 16

Protests against ‘Agnipath’ indicator of India’s unemployment crisis but govt jobs no solution

June 15

Presidential polls is a symbolic fight by a shambolic opposition. Meeting exposed fissures

Pakistan Army’s ‘dry-days’ don’t mean much. Budget shows it’s always a ‘wet day’ for Generals

June 14

Agnipath scheme will create a smaller but smarter army. Don’t ignore concerns of experts though

India needs new jobs but govt ministries are bloated. Political timing isn’t lost
June 13

Time’s running out for Pakistan economy. And its new Budget isn’t making IMF happy Congress protesting against ED for summoning Gandhis sums up everything that’s wrong with it


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