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Today’s Important Editorials 25th May 2017 by IASToppers

Law Commission’s report on bail law reforms; Liberalisation and Liberalism; Can Pakistan seek a re-hearing at ICJ? Should agricultural income be taxed? Mega challenge of job creation; Rail Development Authority
By IT's Selection Team
May 25, 2017

Contents

  • The bleak new academic scenario
  • Wooing the Indian vote
  • Bail or jail
  • Can Pakistan seek a re-hearing?
  • Should agricultural income be taxed?
  • The mega challenge of job creation
  • Why a rail development authority?

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The bleak new academic scenario

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Liberalisation has eroded the institutional capacity to train young people who might pursue liberal values

 

Wooing the Indian vote

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With all parties targeting them, it remains unclear if voters of Indian origin will continue a Tory-ward shift

 

Bail or jail

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The Law Commission’s report on bail law reforms deserves urgent attention

 

Can Pakistan seek a re-hearing?

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Islamabad has to satisfy the ICJ that a ‘change in the situation’ has occurred to necessitate a revocation

 

Should agricultural income be taxed?

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Floating the idea of taxing income is a great disservice to the agrarian sector, which is in deep crisis

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The mega challenge of job creation

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The biggest opportunity for generating more employment in manufacturing lies in exporting simpler consumer goods to the world market

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Why a rail development authority?

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The impetus to corporatise Indian Railways and give it a professional direction can easily come from within the organisation

 

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