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Our take on Leicester violence, PFI leaders’ arrest and Cheetah’s return to India— in 50 words

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This week, we saw the arrest of Popular Front of India (PFI) leaders, Leicester violence, the Supreme Court’s order on “hate speech” on TV, the Central Bureau of Investigation’s clean chit to Niira Radia, cheetah’s return to India and China blocking blacklisting of Pakistani terrorists. Read our 50-word editorials on them and much more.

23 September 

Fighting PFI’s toxic politics needs a nuanced political response. Past prosecutions didn’t succeed

Importing homeland hate, like in Leicester, will only strengthen English opposition to immigration

22 September

SC asking for law to curb hate speech on TV news is overreach. Problem lies in politics of hate

RSS-Muslims trust deficit is deep. Though belated, Bhagwat has made an attempt to reach out

Trudeau denouncing Russian plebiscite but allowing Khalistan referendum at home shows hypocrisy

21 September

After 12 yrs, CBI decides there is no crime in Radia tapes. It forgets the wiretapping

Putin needs to find a face-saving exit from Ukraine. Not escalate a war he’s already lost

20 September

Reopening theatres in Kashmir a good move. But fine balance must be found to ensure security

19 September

BJP gets a credible Jatt Sikh face in Amarinder Singh who can help expand its base in Punjab

Cheetah’s return is biodiversity milestone. Real work begins now in Kuno—making them survive

By not blacklisting Pakistani terrorists wanted in India, China just poking Delhi in the eye

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