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ThePrintUninterrupted: In Delhi Darbar Vs Takht Punjab farmers battle, Delhi will lose : Manpreet Badal
ThePrint's National Affairs Editor Jyoti Malhotra sat down with the Finance Minister of Punjab, Manpreet Singh Badal, to discuss the ongoing farmers' protests, current relations between the Centre and the Punjab government, the role played by Punjab and Haryana in India's agriculture, the Supreme Court, and more, in this episode of #ThePrintUninterrupted.
National Interest: Neither ‘udta’ nor ‘padhta’ Punjab. Question is how India’s no. 1 state in 2003 tumbled
Punjab, once India’s richest state, has slipped and fallen behind. MSP and subsidies should continue, but it needs to rediscover its entrepreneurial impulse. Punjab farmers need economic freedom, liberty of land use, not the wheat-paddy-MSP comfort. Watch ThePrint's Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta's column to know more.
ThePrint AM: After ugly map row, India-Nepal to discuss boundary
Cut The Clutter: A story called Broadsheet, that’s a bit Le Carre, some Sherlock, but mostly pure Pakistan politics
A London arbitration court has ordered Pakistan to pay Rs 450 crore to Broadsheet LLC, a little known private company registered in tax haven Isle of Man, and directed the confiscation of the funds from the account of the Pakistan's High Commission. Shekhar Gupta breaks down this entanglement of epic proportions, involving bribery, subterfuge, intrigue, back-stabbing, deal-making and a mysterious death, in episode 662 of ThePrint #CutTheClutter.
GlobalPrint: How Covid vaccine diplomacy is helping India is win back its neighbourhood
India is catching up with vaccine diplomacy. It will buy about 10 million doses from the Serum Institute of India (SII) and later Bharat Biotech to give free Covid-19 vaccines to all the countries in South Asia — except for Pakistan, which will be a part of China's vaccine push in South Asia. China is also expanding its diplomatic and political influence in Nepal, with the CCP training the Nepal Communist Party, while India is using vaccines to improve relations with Bangladesh to make the most of the 50th anniversary of Bangladeshi independence. ThePrint's National and Strategic Affairs Editor Jyoti Malhotra analyses this Sino-Indian vaccine diplomacy power struggle, and more, in her column Global Print.----more----Read Jyoti Malhotra's column here:https://theprint.in/opinion/global-print/in-south-asia-a-vaccine-diplomacy-has-begun-will-indias-efficacy-outdo-chinas/583671/
ThePrintAM : Rahul Gandhi attends Tamil Nadu's Jallikattu festival, a decade after Congress banned it
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