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4th March- The Hindu Editorial - Part-1 (in Hindi)
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  2. With India and Pakistan deciding to de-escalate post-Balakottensions, the focus has moved to the diplomatic sphere. In a turnaround for ties with the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation after half a century, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj was able to put the country's case before the body, while Pakistan stayed out. The U.S., the U.K. and France also moved in at record speed to bring another listing request against the group's founder,_Masood Azhar, at the UN Security Council's committee for terror designations. UBHODESP

  3. Although Islamabad had spoken in the past of its abilities with "tactical nuclear devices", there was no such mobilisation after India's strikes On the other hand, Pakistan was able to, with its aerial response, also indicate that it was not without non-nuclear options Indications that the international community was involved in effecting a breakthrough are clear. U.S. President Donald Trump hinted at a breakthrough in talks hours before Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan announced the release of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman UBHODESP

  4. The government must, however, also assess what it has actually achieved in strategic terms, and the consequences of the "new norma" it has sought to create with Pakistan. Despite the strikes, it is far from clear that the capabilities of the JeM have been degraded to the point where it can no longer carry out attacks in India New Delhi must also track the JeM's assets and abilities within Jammu and Kashmir, as well as any intelligence and security protocol failures that may have preceded the Pulwama attack. UBHODESP

  5. while Pakistan announced it would study the dossier given by New Delhi on Azhar and the JeM, it does not appear to be willingto act against either, and has not taken steps akin to the few it had after the 2001 Parliament attack the 2008 Mumbai attacks or the 2016 Pathankot attack. UBHODESP

  6. Deepening slowdown Can the RBI's reduction in borrowing costs help check the demand slowdown? UBHODEE

  7. India's economy is inarguably slowing, and the latest estimates from the Central Statistics Office disconcertingly point to a deepening slowdown GDP growth is projected to have eased to 6.6% in the October- December period. With the CSO now forecasting the full-year expansion at 7%, slower 6.5%. Growth would have slowed to a seven-quarter low fiscal fourth-quarter growth is implicitly pegged at an even UBHODESP

  8. Farm sector Continues to remain in trouble GVA (gross value added) growth in agriculture, forestry and fishing having slowed sharply to 2.7% in the last quarter, 4.6% a year earlier Rabi sowing showing a shortfall across most crops after a deficient north-east monsoon. It is hard to foresee an early revival in this crucial primary sector - untill crucial infrastructural reforms UBHODESP

  9. Manufacturing Sector MANUFACTURING The estimates for growth in GVA for the sector put the pace at 6.7%, weaker than the 6.9% posted in the second quarter and a rapid deceleration from the April-June period's 12.4%. The latest Index of Industrial Production (IIP) figures also give little cause for optimism as manufacturing expansion in December slowed to 2.7%, from 8.7% 12 months earlier. Above incidents - justify vote last month for an interest rate cut to bolster growth UBHODESP

  10. It remains to be seen if the RBI's reduction in borrowing costs helps check the demand slowdown in the fourth quarter. period of uncertainty Pakistan election uncertainties -global trade UBHODESP

  11. The week after India must keep up diplomatic pressure on Pakistan to act against terror groups UBHODESP

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