The Guardian view on Pakistan’s elections: Imran Khan’s real test is coming

Opposition parties rejected the outcome even before official results were in. What will Mr Khan do – and be able to do – with the victory he has just claimed?

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The Guardian view on England’s World Cup: savour the wins, learn from the defeat

Fans were giddy with hope for Gareth Southgate’s team. While losing hurts, it doesn’t have to be bitter

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The Guardian view on attitudes to immigration: focus on people, not numbers

Politicians who thrive on fear want us to forget that immigration is a story of humanity and hope. That story must be retold

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The Guardian view on the Nobel prize for literature: a discredited authority

The Swedish Academy, the self-perpetuating oligarchy that awards Nobel prizes in literature, has imploded. Should we care?

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The Guardian view on bombing Syria: a decision for parliament

Theresa May has decided to break with parliamentary convention and not seek approval from MPs for military action. This is a mistake

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The Guardian view on the BBC: we should cherish and defend it

The BBC has myriad faults, and frequently stumbles in its aim for impartiality. But it represents a valuable and increasingly fragile public space. And for that it must be treasured

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The Guardian view on free speech online: let law decide the limits

The standards by which the internet is controlled need to be open and subject to impartial judiciaries – not left to advertisers

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The Guardian view on the power of heresy

An idea whose time has come: Over the holiday season the Guardian is examining themes that have emerged to give shape to 2018. Today we look at the humanity of departing from dogma

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The Guardian view on Delhi’s pollution: when smog stops play

Cricket is famous for the many things that can interrupt a game. But the halting of a Test match in Delhi because of smog is a wake-up call for India

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The Guardian view on unlocking Brexit: easier than it looks

There is a ready compromise available, as long as cabinet hardliners refrain from deliberate sabotage

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The Guardian view on India at 70: democracy in action

India’s pluralistic democracy – which, like the EU, works because no single culture or language is central to its identity or unity – is under threat from rightwing Hindu extremists

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The Guardian view on Pakistan and the Panama Papers: an international affair

Prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s ousting was sparked by revelations in the leaked files from an offshore law firm. The global elite are no longer the only ones thinking and working across borders

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Editorial by Rajesh Ahuja

Editorial by Rajesh Ahuja I started my journalistic career in June 1982 as an Apprentice with The National Herald at

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