Reading the editorial columns of English Newspapers is one of the best methods to boost your preparation for competitive exams. In today's editorials, you will learn about Justice Joseph’s views on capital punishment and much more. Read the editorial pages of all leading newspapers here to improve your skills and perform better in any competitive exam.

The Hindu Editorial

The death debate: on Justice Joseph’s views on capital punishment

In questioning the merits of retaining the death penalty, Justice Kurian Joseph has re-ignited a debate that is important and requires serious thought. What he said cannot be ignored, though the law laid down in Bachan Singh (1980), upholding the validity of the death penalty and laying down guidelines for awarding death in ‘the rarest of rare’ cases’, still holds the field. Read More...

TOI Editorial

Shaadi maximalism: Deepveer give us all free rein to binge on bling

Isn’t movie love the best? ‘You don’t want to be in love, you want to be in love in a movie’ – that Nora Ephron dialogue in Sleepless in Seattle speaks for many of us. But next to movie love can be love between movie stars. Between Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Nargis and Sunil Dutt. Read More...

The Indian Express Editorial

Caste and clan

Long ago, P G Wodehouse outlined two broad ways of approaching, understanding and describing the world and its problems. The first is “making a sort of musical comedy without music and ignoring real life altogether”, as Wodehouse did consistently with novels about the hilarious trials and tribulations of English aristocracy. Read More...

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