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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 17th Feb 2018

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

Water equity: On Cauvery verdict States, Centre should accept the finality ofthe Supreme Court’s decision on the Cauvery. By upholding the approach of the Cauvery Water Dispute Tribunal, while slightly modifying its award, the Supreme Court has boosted the prospects of a viable (जीवनक्षम) water-sharing arrangement among the riparian (नदी …

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 16th Feb 2018

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

Gem of a scam: On PNB fraud The PNB fraud must be speedily investigated to restore faith in the banking system A regulatory filing to the stock exchanges by Punjab National Bank has blown the lid (ढक्कन) off a ₹11,500-crore fraud. Perhaps the largest such scam in India, it was …

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 15th Feb 2018

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

Mind the perimeter: On J&K terror attacks The security protocol at military installations must be speedily upgraded The number of casualties in the terror attack on the Sunjuwan Army base in Jammu has risen to seven after clearing operations. The garrison (सेना) of the 36 Brigade of Jammu and Kashmir …

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 14th Feb 2018

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

Ramallah recall: On India’s Palestine policy Narendra Modi’s visit signals India’s strategy to grow ties with Israel and Palestine separately Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Palestine underlines the delicate balance New Delhi has adopted in this long-standing and seemingly intractable (असभ्य) conflict. India, which has been a champion of …

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 13th Feb 2018

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

Unending pain: On SBI’s Q3 loss Governance reforms and recognition of losses are a must to solve the bad loans crisis If the financial performance of India’s largest lender is anything to go by, an end to the severe bad loans crisis may be much farther beyond the horizon (आकाशगर्भ …

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 12th Feb 2018

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

Turf war: On Indian bourses and overseas trade Address structural problems that have caused trading in Indian derivatives to move offshore India’s stock exchanges are not too keen on the idea of competing with their global peers (श्रेष्ठ जन). Instead, they are happy to guard the home turf against foreign …

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 11th Feb 2018

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

Our attention spans are not shrinking Long-form reports thrive in a time of clickbait journalism A myth that has captured the imagination of the managerial class is that our attention spans are shrinking in this digital era. Last year, the BBC carried a story, “Busting the attention span myth”, which …

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 10th Feb 2018

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

Murky mining: on SC cancelling mining leases in Goa Mining activity in Goa should now begin on a clean slate The Supreme Court order to halt the murky (संदेहास्पद) course that mining has taken in Goa should help restore some balance to the exploitation of iron and manganese ore in …

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 09th Feb 2018

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

The Zuma hurdle: on South Africa power struggle Ending the protracted power struggle is key to the ANC’s plans for revival With Jacob Zuma appearing to be finally willing to resign as President of South Africa, a protracted (लम्बा) power struggle could soon draw to a close. Calls for the …

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