Who’s responsible for the Congress’ plight today? Sonia Gandhi couldn’t have been more emphatic in conveying the message — not the Gandhis, writes D.K. Singh in ‘Politically Correct’.
It’s ridiculous that the ‘Kashmir Files’ debate is trapped in questions like how many Pandits were killed. We are still reducing great tragedy to argument over scorecard of killings, writes ThePrint Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.
In 2019, 25.79 per cent Indians cleared Foreign Medical Graduate Exam (FMGE), a test aspirants with degrees from certain countries need to clear for practise in India. The figure was 14.68 per cent in 2020 and 23.83 per cent in 2021, report Kritika Sharma and Abantika Ghosh.
The film could have been a stunning tribute to the Kashmiri Pandits’ cause, but director Vivek Agnihotri’s personal opinions tank the film’s credibility, writes Amogh Rohmetra in ‘Reel Take’.
Military memes, circulated within the armed forces community, have mocked the ‘technical malfunction led to the accidental firing’ claim with a brutality that is unrepeatable here, writes Manvendra Singh, a Congress leader and Editor-in-Chief of Defence & Security Alert.
Would it not make sense if the Prelims and compulsory Mains were common to all, but service-specific papers introduced for IAS, IPS, IFS and Revenue Services? Asks Sanjeev Chopra.
The BJP may enjoy ideological dominance today, but counter-hegemonic politics has deeper cultural resources. If we are determined and intelligent, we shall win, writes Yogendra Yadav.