A selection of the best news reports, analysis and opinions published by ThePrint this week.
I don’t have to be friends forever with anyone just because we wore the same uniform once. We’d always have that history and it would always be precious, writes Sandip Roy.
Rahul Dravid might have suggested holistic education for young cricketers now, but Anil Kumble had made three presentations to BCCI brass 10 years ago, writes Anand Vasu.
Indira Gandhi’s ultimate ‘gift’ to Indian politics is the deep-rooted dynastic nature of our polity, writes Hardeep Singh Puri in an excerpt from his book Delusional Politics.
After a long battle, the CAPFs have finally been granted pay parity with their IPS and other ‘Group A organised services’ counterparts, in the form of non-functional upgradation, reports Sanya Dhingra.
The Uttar Pradesh IAS Association is seeking more transparency in the process of empanelment of IAS officers for central deputation, reports Sanya Dhingra.
Kolkata Police commissioner Rajeev Kumar is known to be an ‘honest’ police officer, but also has a reputation for following his master’s voice, no matter what, reports Dola Mitra.
If there’s nothing more to the Rafale row than a decisive government overruling bureaucratic concerns to speed up a critical deal, why is the Modi government hiding behind serial excuses? Shekhar Gupta asks in this week’s National Interest.
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