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 failure of Justice in India 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

Failure of justice: on Sohrabuddin case verdict

The omnibus acquittal of all the police personnel accused of eliminating Sohrabuddin Sheikh in a ‘fake encounter’ in Gujarat in 2005 represents a substantial failure of justice. It is true that it is not easy to obtain an order of conviction against police personnel accused of killing suspects in a fake encounter. It becomes that much harder for any agency when influential political leaders and top police officers are cited as accused. Read More...

The Indian Express Editorial

Sexism in the frame

A delegation of actors, producers and directors walks into Raj Bhavan to discuss the problems of the Hindi film industry with the prime minister. There are no women in the delegation. It would have been easy to dismiss this as a poor joke had it not been on us. Last week, at the interaction with the PM, 18 of Bollywood’s most high-profile men, including actors Akshay Kumar and Ajay Devgn, producers Bhushan Kumar, Siddharth Roy Kapur and Ronnie Screwvala. Read More...

TOI Editorial

Way to go: Reduction in tax rates of goods and services by GST Council is a welcome step

The GST Council, a constitutional body made up of finance ministers of states and Centre, reduced taxes on almost 30 goods and services last Saturday. The reductions show two clear trends: a number of goods and services are being pushed into lower category of tax slabs and the peak rate of 28% is on its way to being rendered almost irrelevant. Read More...

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