What to Read in The Hindu
04 January 2022

1. China constructing bridge on Pangong lake in Ladakh; It will bring down time to move troops and equipment

  • Page 1/Front
  • GS 2: IR

 

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2. Devas shareholders seize over $30 mn of AAI assets; Move follows order by a Canadian court

  • Page 1/Front
  • GS 3: Economy

 

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3. Institute of Mathematical Sciences is 60: From a small beginning, it has grown to 52 faculty members, 125 PhD students

  • Page 5/States
  • Prelims

 

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4. ‘ISRO gearing up for multiple missions in year 2022’, K. Sivan says 3 space science missions are in the pipeline

  • Page 5/States
  • GS 3: S&T

 

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5. Widening the safety net: The need to test other vaccines as an additional dose in adults is overwhelming

  • Page 6/Editorial
  • GS 2: Health

 

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6. India’s rights record, America’s blinkered vision: Washington’s diplomatic embrace is providing New Delhi a certain immunity from international criticism

  • Page 6/Editorial
  • GS 2: IR

 

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7. Aiding in governance: The synergy of NGOs, Government and corporates is the holy grail of development

  • Page 7/OPED
  • GS 2: Development processes and the development industry - the role of NGOs, SHGs, various groups and associations, donors, charities, institutional and other stakeholders

 

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8. Centre seeks urgent listing of EWS reservation case today; Challenge to 10% quota has delayed postgraduate medical admissions

  • Page 8/News
  • GS 2: Schemes and Laws for vulnerable sections

 

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9. Edtech regulation policy on the cards: Education Minister Pradhan says no place for exploitation or monopoly

  • Page 8/News
  • GS 2: Education

 

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10. ‘India, Israel in talks for free trade agreement’, UAE pact close to finalisation: Goyal

  • Page 12/Business
  • GS 3: Economy

 

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11. RBI approves small, offline e-paymentsIt aims to promote usage in rural areas

  • Page 12/Business
  • GS 3: Economy

 

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12. Extending the GST compensation: What is the GST payment due to States? Why are several States demanding a continuation of the compensation beyond June 2022?

  • Text and Context - Page I
  • GS 3: Economy, GS 2: Centre-state relations