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Why Pak PM Imran Khan thinks India is no longer the country of Nehru and Gandhi

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

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Did China help Pakistan build bridges to Russia? Imran Khan nods yes & then slams Modi’s India

In an interview with state-owned media outlet Russia Today, the Pakistan PM alleged that India has been taken over by ‘Nazi’ ideology & is “no longer the India of Nehru and Gandhi”, reports Pia Krishnakutty.


NSE’s ex-CEO Chitra Ramkrishna — ‘queen’ of stock markets who invested in blind faith & lost

Ramkrishna was the MD and CEO of NSE between 2013 and 2016. She claimed she had been taking advice from a ‘yogi’ who she had allegedly never met while making business decisions, reports Shubham Batra.


My friend Ravish, the IITian, Rhodes scholar who loved the roads & pavement thumping journalism

Ravish Tiwari chose journalism to “do something different”. He left his mark on it with a brilliant grasp of politics, and fearless, objective, irreverent reportage, writes D.K. Singh.


TV news channels say PM Modi can stop Ukraine ‘mahayudh’. If only Putin-Biden listen

TV9 Bharatvarsh, WION, Republic TV and India Today have all sent reporters to Ukraine to show “what Western media blacks out”, writes Shailaja Bajpai.


China mocking India over AUKUS has got a fitting reply from US. Indo-Pacific is on

Quad is currently the only regional outfit to deal with challenges posed by China’s belligerence. The Indo-Pacific, therefore, needs to start working on various levels, writes Seshadri Chari.


No pension, support or commission: How Indian govts have betrayed the real heroes of 1971

The unfair treatment meted out to these war veterans never drew public attention because they were men of honour, who chose to fight their own battles, writes D.P. Ramachandran.


Why Buddha would be frowning at Ukraine today, and why India got it right with Pokhran 1 and 2

Would it have been so simple for Putin’s Russia to crush Zelenskyy’s Ukraine if it hadn’t given up its nuclear stockpile in 1994? India was prescient to declare itself a nuclear-armed state, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.

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