Thursday, July 19, 2018
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Legislating real estate boom

People of Punjab, not builders, should benefit

Apex court weighs in again

Lynching ball now in political court

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Firearms on file

A database for gun licences is needed


Economy under pressure

Strike a balance between inflation and growth

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Rahul’s Committee for 2019

Rahul’s Committee for 2019

by Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay

The exclusions may be due to inability to find a way around mutual frostiness

Punjab Govt and its bounded rationality

Punjab Govt and its bounded rationality

by Amanpreet Singh Gill

Decision-making in Punjab suffers from lack of data which prevents the emergence of a clear picture. This leads to decisions that are bound to be irrelevant, especially in drug control, education and land records.

Sacred Games — Another censorship saga

Sacred Games — Another censorship saga

Friction between creative liberty and the urge for censorship is inevitable, given the current state of our society where regressive impulses are fighting back against modernity & perceived excesses of liberalism.

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Why Croatia can & India cannot

by Pradeep Magazine

It is all about genes and history of sport versus malnutrition and bad officials


Farm labourers face double-edged squeeze

by Sukhgeet Kaur

Over one-third of the suicides by farmers in Punjab are by agricultural labourers. Reduced demand for farm labour, increased expenditure on basic needs and expensive non-institutional credit have pushed them into debt traps.

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Don’t die like a fool on the road...

Don’t die like a fool on the road...

by Manjeet Singh Trehan

WHILE I was a senior resident doctor at the PGI Chandigarh, a world health day was observed on the WHO theme on prevention of accidents.

Thought for the day

Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat. — Sun Tzu