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 Ayodhya Ram Temple issue 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

The court’s priority

Disquietingly, the dots can be joined between statements emanating from the top-most echelons of the ruling establishment over the last few days — and they add up to casting aspersions on the institution of the judiciary. At an election rally in Alwar on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused the Congress of delaying the court’s decision on the Ram temple at Ayodhya, and of threatening judges with impeachment to “derail the justice system” and “prevent hearing of sensitive issues”. Read More...

TOI Editorial

Hounding Samaritans: What use are lifesaving laws if officials do not implement them?

A shocking multi-city survey has revealed that 59% of Good Samaritans – public spirited citizens who take accident victims to hospitals – were detained by the police despite the law forbidding it. Following Supreme Court intervention, the Union road transport ministry notified guidelines and a standard operating procedure in 2015-16 for ensuring that Samaritans are not harassed. Read More...

The Hindu Editorial 

Trail of destruction: on damages caused by Cyclone Gaja

It is now becoming clear that Cyclone Gaja is a major disaster, and its economic impact in Tamil Nadu is comparable to that of the tsunami of 2004. The devastation suffered by tens of thousands of people in several districts of the State has been severe, going well beyond the annual storm season losses. In the initial days after November 16, when the cyclone struck, the State heaved a sigh of relief since the death toll was relatively low. Read More...

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