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The Brexit black hole, and eavesdropper Alexa

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at ThePrint.
Israel elections

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu likely to secure a record fifth term

New World Bank chief David Malpass seeks to temper fears over appointment, and US sends warship to disputed sea in signal to China.
US President Donald Trump

In a first, Donald Trump labels Iran’s military a ‘terrorist group’

‘Umbrella Movement’ protestors in Hong Kong found guilty of public nuisance, and Macron finds his de Gaulle moment with Brexit.

Algeria ends a President’s 20-yr rule as the US undermines the International Criminal Court

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at ThePrint.

Libya’s military strongman orders forces to ‘advance’ on Tripoli

EU’s Donald Tusk suggests 12-month Brexit extension and Donald Trump hints at a ‘monumental’ trade deal with China.

A third of Russian households can’t buy more than two pairs of shoes a year

US-China trade talks enter 'final stages', and coming soon, a complete list of BRI projects.
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China local governments ‘taking loans to pay back debt totalling $2.74 trillion’

British PM Theresa May seeks rival Jeremy Corbyn's help on Brexit, and dull outlook for Asia's growing economies.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan | Sean Gallup/Getty Images

Blow to Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul’s electoral upset

British Parliament votes on four separate proposals to find a compromise over UK’s withdrawal from EU. All four fail to pass.

Lessons Theresa May fails to learn, and a vote in Turkey

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at ThePrint.

Here’s a primer on ‘minnow’ UK’s position on Brexit, and what’s causing the hang-ups

After a host of developments in Britain’s Parliament Wednesday, ThePrint tries to decode some of the political shifts ahead of 29-March deadline.

On Camera

Why Right-wingers and lapsed liberals hate Romila Thapar, the mother of history in India

The dislike for Romila Thapar is embedded in belief that Left-liberal monopoly on scholarship has denied Hindus their rightful place in history.
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With Lok Sabha elections over, how can India and Pakistan now repair fractured ties?

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is considering appointing a national security adviser to revive backchannel diplomatic talks with India.

Defence

RFID

RAW & IB chiefs, cabinet & defence secretaries — the key appointments awaiting new govt

The new govt will also appoint the IAF chief after incumbent Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa retires in September. 
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Varanasi in 2014 | Commons

Pracharak Modi: The mask you see, is the man you get

India has its first leader who is unapologetic about belonging to the social and political Right. This is how Shekhar Gupta foresaw Modi’s five years in this National Interest within three months of his victory in 2014.