Monday, September 27, 2021

Editorials

Editorial: Return of Nipah virus

It’s time the Centre and Kerala government took up containment measures with mutual trust and coordination

Editorial: Dubious distinction

It is a distinction that no country can be proud of. India has earned such a distinction: being the world’s most polluted nation. A...

Editorial: Cautious engagement

Pragmatism, caution and national interests must guide India's new strategy while engaging with the Taliban

Editorial: Beyond the GDP numbers

The latest data on the first quarter of the current financial year 2021-22 shows a big jump in the gross domestic product (GDP), compared...

Editorial: Mission Ignominy

The Afghan conflict exposed the futility of military interventions in faraway lands and the price people must pay

Editorial: One crore milestone

Sustaining the momentum of the focused push to vaccination needs to remain a high priority

Editorial: Setback to fight against TB

India has the highest burden, accounting for over 27% of the total cases in the world

Editorial: Carnage in Kabul

The worst fears that Afghanistan would become a fertile ground for terrorist outfits are coming true

Editorial: Push for oil palm self-reliance

The States like Telangana where oil palm cultivation is being encouraged in a big way with incentives have flagged the issue of high import tax on oil palm seeds and rightly advocated tax reduction

Editorial: Terror threat looms large

A network of terror outfits running through Afghanistan and Pakistan will pose a new set of challenges for India

Editorial: Monetising public assets

Though politically risky, the govt needs to unlock optimal value from assets

Editorial: Boost to vaccination drive

Nod for Zydus Cadila'd Covid vaccine for children will help India ramp up its vaccination programme quickly

Editorial: Looking beyond setbacks

A spate of failures, including the recent unsuccessful GSLV-F10 launch mission, has come as a setback to an otherwise glorious track record of ISRO

Editorial: Smashing the glass ceiling

SC ruling allowing women to sit for NDA entrance for entry into the Army is path-breaking

Editorial: Cautious optimism

Just a flattening of infection curve will not lead to restoration of normal growth trajectory
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