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 shining Women's cricket and much more. Read the editorial pages of all leading newspapers here to improve your skills and perform better in any competitive exam.

The Indian Express Editorial

Different strokes

There are contrasting ways of looking at India’s semifinal appearance in the women’s T20 World Cup. The doubters complain they fumbled in the first high-pressure match of the series. The romantics empathise with the fact that their one off-day coincided with their biggest day. The reality lies somewhere in between their steamrollering streak to the semifinal and the galling defeat at the hands of England — India is a competitive team, but still far from a world-beating one. Read More...

The TOI Editorial

Mirror stage: Fahmida Riaz said, don’t become Pakistan

Once upon a time when General Zia-ul-Haq ruled Pakistan, a liberal feminist poet like others of her ilk ran into trouble with his dictatorial regime. She was charged with sedition. Rescue came from across the border, thanks to comrade in ink Amrita Pritam. The Indian poet appealed to then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to get asylum for the Pakistani poet, Fahmida Riaz. Read More...

The Hindu Editorial

Corridor of hope: On the Kartarpur proposal

The announcement by India and Pakistan of plans to operationalise a visa-free corridor between Dera Baba Nanak in Indian Punjab and Kartarpur Sahib in Pakistan’s Punjab heeds a longstanding plea of Sikh pilgrims. That demand had gathered pace in 1995, when Pakistan renovated the Kartarpur gurdwara, situated on the site on the bank of the Ravi where the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, spent his last 18 years. Read More...

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