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Our take on Prashant Kishor-Congress, fuel taxes, Karachi University bombing — in 50 words

ThePrint view on the most important issues this week.

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This week, we saw Hindu-Sikh clashes in an ‘anti-Khalistan’ rally, Yogi government’s decision on loudspeakers, Karachi University suicide bombing and Prashant Kishor’s refusal to join the Congress. Read our 50-word editorials on them and much more.

April 29

SC should set an example for lower courts by avoiding delays in criminal trial

Hindu-Sikh clashes during ‘anti-Khalistan’ rally disquieting. Deal with trouble-makers firmly

April 28

Lineage has given Bilawal Bhutto a stage. But fixing Pakistan’s foreign relations won’t be easy

Yogi govt’s decision on regulating loudspeakers is sensible as long as it’s applied uniformly

Ajay Devgn swinging his ‘national language’ lathi is silly. Blame it on Hindi nationalism

April 27

A national consensus is needed on fuel taxes, not public finger-pointing

Karachi University bombing shows how lethal BLA can be. Islamabad must address grievances

April 26

PK not joining Congress is telling—Gandhis’ leadership doesn’t have the will to fix its house

On Ukraine, India is right to hold the mirror to Europe

Musk’s belief in Twitter’s free speech is fine. But fake news, anonymous handles must go too

April 25

Emmanuel Macron’s re-election a triumph for European centrists

Mevani, Maharashtra lawmakers’ arrest a mockery of rule of law. Stop vendetta politics

Transition to EVs is critical but can’t be at the cost of safety

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