Daily Editorial English for CSS/PMS Aspirants

Topic: Jhadiv Affairs an Indian Spy caught in Baluchistan back in 2016

Question: Discuss the Impact of Jadhiv execution or release on Pakistan and India Relations?

Writing is the most significant aspect of competitive examination. This is only possible when aspirant practises it religiously daily. This platform will help students to practise the daily asked question and submit for the review. Help each other review the answers of each other for compare and contrast.

You can find a Below link for the video analysis of today’s Editorial published in Dawn A leading English newspaper in Pakistan.


Saga – A long, involved story, account, or series of incidents.

Convicted – Having been declared guilty of a criminal offence by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge.

Twist – A point at which something turns or bends.

Consul – An official appointed by a state to live in a foreign city and protect the state’s citizens and interests there.

Huff – A fit of petty annoyance.unimpeded –  not obstructed or hindered.

Suspicious – Having or showing a cautious distrust of someone or something

Attributed – Regard a quality or feature as characteristic of or possessed by.

Disclosures – The action of making new or secret information known.

Naive: Showing a lack of experience, wisdom, or judgement

Sulking: Be silent, morose, and bad-tempered out of annoyance or disappointment.

Keywords: Conviction of Indian Spy, Consular access, RAW, Death Sentence, ICJ, Indian attitude, political issue, the impact of Jhadiv execution and release, Current Pakistan India Relations

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