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Our take on Kashi-Mathura dispute, Kashmir, Moose Wala and UPSC results — in 50 words

ThePrint view on the most important issues this week.

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This week, we saw J.P. Nadda announcing the BJP will go by the Constitution and court verdicts on the Kashi dispute, women UPSC toppers, singer Sidhu Moose Wala and Bihar caste census. Read our 50-word editorials on them and much more.

5 June

Modi’s popularity among Muslim nations and politics of polarisation can’t go together

3 June

Bhagwat’s appeal to Hindus sounds sensible. But RSS-BJP-VHP need to be firmer

Indian diplomats must prepare for Pakistan, China in Afghanistan. It’ll be a brutal sport

AAP’s lesson in Punjab – security strategy can’t be guided by headline-hunting

2 June

A reluctant politician, CM Patnaik’s 25 yrs in public service has set the bar high for others

Caste census shows Bihar’s desperation to revive Mandal politics—but it can’t be wished away

8 killings by jihadists: Kashmir terrorism needs political strategy, not big talk or bigger guns

1 June

Govt’s complaints of IAS officers shortage are valid. Only radical changes can solve it

31 May

8.7% GDP growth won’t be repeated. Govt and RBI should focus on preventing stagflation

BJP position on Kashi, Mathura not reassuring. Supporters should be discouraged

30 May

Top 3 ranks to women shows the stride made in civil services that suffered from gender imbalance Singer Sidhu was poet-laureate of Punjab’s wasted generation. AAP has a major policing challenge

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