Opinion/Commentary
India needs bargaining options to deal with China - Hindustan Times
China has once again decided to put a technical hold on the listing of Masood Azhar as a global terrorist under United Nations Resolution 1267. Azhar Masood, as is well known, is the chief of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), the group responsible for a number of terrorist attacks against India, including the one in Pulwama on February 14.
Lok Sabha election 2019: Why Balakot may not be a game-changer - Roshan Kishore, Hindustan Times
Until February 14, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s 2019 prospects did not look very good. In December 2018 it lost elections in three key Hindi belt states – Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh – to the Congress. A Hindustan Times analysis showed that the BJP’s losses in these three states cut across regional, caste and occupational divide (see https://bit.ly/2PKacL3 for details).
Shift the culture of violence - MJ Warsi, Pioneer
As we all know, 2019 is the year of general elections in India. And the students’ union of any university in India plays a vital role in raising issues of local and national importance, lending a futuristic perspective of the nation’s goals.
Fighting cross-border terror - Hiranmay Karlekar, Pioneer
The episode that began with the attack on a CRPF convoy in Pulwama on February 14 ended with the repatriation of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman to India on March 1, without triggering an India-Pakistan war.
Cross hurdles to win the race - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
The Pulwama terror attack has certainly diverted the attention from earlier issues like Rafale, jobs and agriculture crisis. The Opposition faces the challenge of not only changing the national security narrative but also the BJP’s communicative strategy.
India’s digital revolution - Arvind Panagariya, Times of India
While digital technology now touches most Indians, there is insufficient appreciation of how far India has come within a short period. Digital infrastructure has greatly reduced friction in transactions whether financial or otherwise. This infrastructure and what will be built on it in the near future promise significant productivity gains.
Reclaim self-confidence - Prafull Goradia, Pioneer
Many an onlooker would be laughing at the manner in which India has dealt with the Ram Janmabhoomi issue. Until 1947, it was understandable that the Hindus held no trumpcard to win at Ayodhya, but why the lackadaisical handling of the issue thereafter? In 1949, the local court allowed the mahants to place the idol of Rama on the chabutara so that the worshippers would have access to the deity.
Pakistan in meltdown mode - Sandhya Jain, Pioneer
Opposition parties and their choirboys are understandably unenthusiastic about post-Pulwama developments, especially the prompt return of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman,  because a regime that seemed doomed in the forthcoming general elections will now enjoy the incumbent’s advantage. While it would be premature to state that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) under Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have a walkover, it is undeniable that a second retaliatory strike for attacks emanating from Pakistani soil has changed the national mood.
Right to disparage Modi’s Pak feats! - Swapan Dasgupta, Pioneer
The return of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman to India from Pakistani custody last Thursday evening was met by a combination of release and celebration in India. Relief because, in the light of what happened to some Indian soldiers during the Kargil war of 1999, there were understandable concerns over his safety and well-being. Ironically, the videos of Abhinandan capture and subsequently, which Pakistan attempted to use for propaganda purposes, may have ensured that nothing untoward happened to him.
What Pak stands to lose - Prafull Goradia, Pioneer
In 1948, Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Sir Muhammad Zafarullah Khan, declared that on April 1, 1948 India turned off the water of the Indus river which used to flow into Pakistan… India exercised this control upon the waters of rivers flowing through its territory…India turned off every drop of water which Pakistan had formerly received.
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