Opinion/Commentary
Congress loses MP - Pioneer
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath’s resignation may appear to have been taken under duress because of the BJP’s Operation Lotus, or toppling elected Governments by breaking ruling parties and buying over MLAs. He may have claimed that he was gracious under destructive pressure and took the moral high ground of the BJP “murdering democracy.”
India has done well to revive Saarc - SD Muni, Hindustan Times
The killer Covid-19 is prompting the reactivation and revival of the South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation (Saarc). Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken a bold and positive initiative to engage with his Saarc colleagues for working out a mutually-coordinated strategy to deal with the impact of this pandemic.
CAA protest is Muslims' pent-up ire against Modi - Swapan Dasgupta, Pioneer
The Muslim community, in short, viewed the course of politics since 2014 as a series of defeats. Determination to reacquire political relevance found expression in the anti-CAA stir, aided and abetted by those who had other political scores to settle with the Modi Government.
Humpty dumpty-like fall of the grand old Congress party - NewIndianExpress
The Jyotiraditya Scindia saga is still playing out in Madhya Pradesh, putting at risk the Congress party’s Kamal Nath government. Scindia has already left the party after serving it for 18 years in various capacities and if the tottering Nath government also falls, it will be a double blow for the grand old party.
Delhi riots aimed to gain foreign media attention - Swapan Dasgupta, Pioneer
Now that the law and order situation in the troubled corner of Delhi has been brought under control, the process of recriminations and myth-making has begun. The latter is a more complicated phenomenon and will probably take years to unfold — depending on which of the breathless, gush-gush reporters who genuflected before the matrons of Shaheen Bagh is first off the mark with a quickie.
Breaking the mud ceiling - Moin Qazi, Pioneer
In the last two decades, the gender landscape in rural India has been slowly greening and women are now on the cusp of a powerful social and political revolution. The harbinger of this change is a unique policy experiment in village-level governance that has brought transformative results for the weakest of the weak and the poorest of the poor: The village women.
US First Ladies leave their mark - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
The only visible programme arranged for the visiting US First Lady Melania Trump, apart from posing for photographs with the iconic Taj Mahal serving as a majestic backdrop and waving at the massive crowds lustily greeting the American First Couple in Ahmedabad, was a visit to a Delhi Government school on Tuesday.
Door to diplomacy - Ashok K Mehta, Pioneer
On the first anniversary of Balakot, which is today, challenges of managing cross-border air strikes are worth recalling. Prevention of high-stake military action — initiation or retaliation — from escalation is the challenge.
Disorientation of anti-CAA lobby is understandable - Swapan Dasgupta, Pioneer
There is little doubt that in her zeal to be wilfully outrageous, the 19-year-old Amulya Leona Noronha seriously embarrassed most of the anti-Citizenship (Amendment) Act fraternity when she chanted ‘Pakistan zindabad’ from podium at a protest rally in Bengaluru. Certainly, the alacrity with which the stalwarts of the protest, including AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi, snatched the mike from her indicated the panic.
An agnda for Modi-Trump - C Raja Mohan, Indian Express
As India receives Donald Trump on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be eager to get a first-hand briefing from the US President on his plans for the Af-Pak region and the Gulf — two regions vital to India’s economic, political and military security. The impending withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan and the downsizing of the American security role in the Gulf region mark the end of an important era in India’s northwestern frontiers — both land and maritime.
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