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Pakistan PM Imran Khan praising India’s foreign policy is cause for anxiety, not satisfaction

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The value of praise depends on who gives it. So Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s shabaash for India’s foreign policy is a cause for anxiety, not satisfaction. Khan simultaneously undermined his country’s relationship with the West, China and Saudi Arabia. Pats on the back like this, India can do without.

Unfortunate SC sat over panel report. Silent majority supported Modi govt’s farm laws

Supreme Court panel’s year-old report on now-repealed farm laws, made public by a member, is a year too late. Modi government’s fear of political damage was misplaced and exaggerated. A silent majority supported them. It’s unfortunate that SC sat over the report. Timely judicial response may have saved these laws.

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