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ThePrintPod: Why German naval chief wanted West to respect Putin & what India-China have got to do with it
Western coalition will hope Schonbach’s sacking will mollify Ukraine. US doesn’t have the stomach to fight someone else’s war and India has more than a little skin in the game.
ThePrintPod: India’s 73rd Republic Day parade will have grand airpower that hides its strategic weakness
Arms supplies are leverages in international relations. India's strategic dependence on arms imports will complicate its military power.
ThePrintPod: Why Modi govt’s proposal to amend AIS Rules makes officers shuttlecocks in steel frames
The Centre will be able to depute AIS officers at will, sidelining state authorities. But why should their discretion exist at all?
ThePrint Uninterrupted : Why Modi govt’s erasure of India’s colonial past won’t work, especially to score political points : Shashi Tharoor
In this edition of #ThePrintUninterrupted, senior Congress leader & Lok Sabha MP from Thiruvananthapuram Shashi Tharoor explains to ThePrint's Senior Consulting Editor Jyoti Malhotra, the significance of colonial monuments and colonial wars fought by Indian soldiers — as many as 1.3 million fought in World War 1, in which more than 74,000 died, while another 2.3 million fought in World War 2. Tharoor also talks about the due recognition that the BJP govt claims to be giving to freedom fighters like Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose & Sardar Patel.
ThePrintAM_How are India’s Edtech companies self-regulating?
Cut The Clutter: Reality beyond chest-thumping over bans & boycotts: When India’s imports, trade deficit with China break all records
For the first time in history, India’s imports from China have reached almost $100 billion. In episode 925 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta traces the India-China trade relations and also looks at India’s dependence on the neighbouring country with respect to electronics and active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs).
Shekhar Gupta has a flair and simple in presenting facts, presenting multiple viewpoints. I loved his Walk the Talk on NDTV which sadly has been discontinued. It would be nice to see him outdoors from his office, but keep up the good work. I like his honesty in asking for subscriptions. I hope a lot of viewers actually subscribe. .
I’m a big fan of most Print journalists & their work but not of the recent work by Jyoti Malhotra on India Pakistan Bangladesh relations. She seems to be apologizing for the idiot Pakistani commentator about being thrilled that the Pak team captain read namaaz in front of the Indian team. What is the Indian fault in that? Except getting smoked by an average Pak team of course.
And she seems to somehow feel sorry for the Bangladeshi artists exhibition being canceled while justifying the anti Hindu riots in Bangladesh because, you know, the Quran is “so sacred”.
Disgustingly apologetic for no reason.
I have been following the print for the past 2 years. These journalists are highly skilled.