Best of BS Opinion: After the storm, models of welfarism, and more

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The first edit lays bare the task the new CEO of the National Stock Exchange has to perform.


The second edit says all modes of welfare, in whatever form they may be in, have their limits.

Ranjan Mathai: The 11-nation partnership to secure rare earth supplies has the potential to influence investments and trade flows in energy




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We were divided for the last 48 hours. That period is now over. We have to work together.

Sri Lanka Acting President Ranil Wickremesinghe, after being elected president


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First Published: Thu, July 21 2022. 06:30 IST



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