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Our take on Quad meeting, Kapil Sibal, petrol prices and Yasin Malik — in 50 words

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This week, we saw the Narendra Modi government cutting petrol and diesel taxes, Kapil Sibal leaving Congress, Yasin Malik’s life imprisonment verdict and the PM’s visit to the QUAD meet in Tokyo. Read our 50-word editorials on them and much more.

27 May

Bengal appointing CM as VC is pushback from non-BJP states. BJP’s opposition is hypocritical

NCB dropping charges against Aryan Khan doesn’t excuse its misconduct. Compensate victims

26 May

NAS findings confirm damage done to children’s learning. Govts must act fast on remedies

Captain Abhilasha Barak, first woman combat aviator, will inspire othersViolence hasn’t risen in Kashmir but recent killings show long-term threat. Outreach needed

25 May

Kapil Sibal’s exit is defeat of Congress’ voice of reason. Gandhis’ supremacy is re-validated Life sentence to Yasin Malik shuts door on ill-judged govt policies that gave him impunityChina-Russia bombers off Japan at Quad meet show Biden’s vow to defend Taiwan is good call

24 May

Bhagwant Mann has moved beyond rhetoric to action. Punjab administration looks promising

Quad’s maritime agreement shows military baby-teeth. But deterring China will need big fangs

23 May

Indo-Pacific Economic Framework can challenge China-led RCEP but only if it boosts tradeModi govt’s petrol, diesel tax cut is fiscal tango India needs to manage economic headwinds

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