What to Read in The Hindu
08 December 2021

 

    1. Nagaland seeks AFSPA repeal, scraps ongoing Hornbill Festival; Shutdown observed in Mon district; two injured in Army firing still critical

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 3: Internal Security

 

    1. After SC rap, efforts stepped up to control air pollution in Delhi

      • Page 3(Delhi Edition)/City

      • GS 3: Environment

 

    1. ‘Hydrogen sulphide suppresses HIV’; Finding could lead to more comprehensive antiretroviral therapy against disease

      • Page 5/States

      • GS 3: Science and Technology

 

    1. A robust friendship: India and Russia have to navigate a complex geopolitical landscape while deepening ties

      • Page 6/Editorial

      • GS 2: IR

 

    1. A monumental mistake fomented by impunity. The anguish over the Nagaland killings is inadequate, especially as there is no gesture to recommend the end of AFSPA

      • Page 6/Editorial

      • GS 3: Internal Security

 

    1. Health account numbers that require closer scrutiny. The reduction of out-of-pocket expenditure that the NHA highlights is essentially due to a decline in utilisation of care

      • Page 6/Editorial

      • GS 2: Health

 

    1. Mediation Bill: Not getting the Act together; While it contains many pluses, the Bill needs improvement in some crucial places

      • Page 7/OPED

      • GS 2: Health

 

    1. Being free of old waste: The Swachh Bharat Mission 2.0 guidelines have an important dimension focused on solid waste management

      • Page 7/OPED

      • GS 3: Environmental Pollution

 

    1. Vaccine coverage of people with disabilities is low, figures show

      • Page 10/News

      • GS 2: Health

 

    1. AK-203 rifles to roll out of U.P. facility in a few months. Deal inked to make 6 lakh rifles at the plant in Amethi.

      • Page 10/News

      • GS 2: IR

 

    1. Triservice training held in Kashmir: Helicopter exercise conducted at over 9,000 feet to simulate enemy territory

      • Page 10/News

      • Prelims

 

    1. China’s export growth slows, imports quicken on demand. Nov. exports rose 21.4% to $325.5 bn while imports surged 31.7% to $253.8 bn

      • Page 12/Business

      • GS 3: economy