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Why HP’s Cong chief Pratibha Singh is unhappy with Rahul and Priyanka

A selection of the best news reports, analysis and opinions published by ThePrint this week.

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‘Rahul, Priyanka have no time for senior leaders’, says poll-bound HP’s Cong chief Pratibha Singh

Rahul needs to learn political manoeuvres, she says, adds there are many leaders & stalwarts who can fill that space if the Gandhi scion doesn’t want to devote time to the party, reports Shanker Arnimesh.

Meet Shinde’s doppelganger. He poses for pics, hears people’s problems & is now in the dock

When Eknath Shinde became Maharashtra CM, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha member Vijay Mane became famous overnight. But his looks have now led to FIR & claims that he ‘hurt CM’s image’, reports Manasi Phadke.

‘How to study over how to score’ — why more Indian parents are choosing foreign school boards

Data shows that more and more parents are sidestepping CBSE and admitting kids into IB and IGSCE schools with eye on college abroad. But critics are worried about ‘class system’, reports Soniya Agrawal.

Modi’s reforms, Ambedkar’s ideals – It’s time to debate bringing back original Preamble

At the launch of a new book, ‘Ambedkar and Modi’, it is important to remember Modi’s Constitution yatra 12 years ago, writes Shashi Shekhar Vempati.

Forgotten story of great Hindu merchants in Central Asia shows enterprise can defeat China

The fortunes Indian merchants built in Samarkand, Bukhara and Tashkent were based on a single, simple thing: Selling all that Central Asian consumers needed, writes Praveen Swami in ‘Security Code’.

Why Jaishankar’s US visit more than formality and aims to fix Biden’s disinterest in India

The unhappiness in Washington DC is taking its toll—and manifesting in increasing disinterest, for example, in signing a free trade agreement with India, writes Jyoti Malhotra in ‘Global Print’.

AAP’s filling a big vacuum in Indian politics. Question is how long it can sustain without ideology

If you find admiration for AAP qualified, if not muted among many of the Modi-BJP’s critics, it is because they question it for its lack of ideological clarity. Especially on secularism, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.


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