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The Hindu Editorial

Change in Congo

After last month’s general election, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo) is anxiously awaiting the first ever transfer of power via the ballot since gaining independence in 1960. President Joseph Kabila, who had already deferred the polls by two years, postponed them again by a weekdays before it was scheduled in December. He cited the Ebola outbreak in some provinces and the destruction of electronic voting machines in a fire in the capital Kinshasa as reasons for the latest delay. Read More...

The Indian Express Editorial

Aliens, once more

The publication of a paper in the scientific journal Nature has set off the next wave of expectations of close encounters of the third kind — among scientists, and not just alien abductees. The radio array of the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (Chime) has reported the sighting (or hearing) of a repeating fast radio burst from a distant galaxy. Though such bursts of very low frequency and timespan have been observed from 2007, this is only the second repeater. Read More...

TOI Editorial

80 and spry: But Sheila may find it hard to bowl out Kejriwal

Ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, Congress has given the reins of the Delhi battle to veteran warhorse Sheila Dikshit.  The strategy is to put 15 years of her rule face to face with AAP’s five year tenure. Read More...

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