What to Read in The Hindu
10 April 2021

 

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1) People are free to choose religion: SC

1) Vaccinations go down as States face shortage

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1) India protests U.S. naval exercise

COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented devastation worldwide. However, technological advancements are being availed readily to win over the crises. Give an account of how technology was sought to aid management of the Pandemic. (UPSC 2020)

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2)‘KMP E-way blockade to impact movement of 25,000 vehicles’

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2)Public streets should not be blocked: SC

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2) Suspected African swine fever outbreak in Mizoram

3)Unused govt. properties for women SHGs

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1)The world knew him as Periyar’s editor

3) India does have a refugee problem

4)A disturbing order

5)Time tests ties

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6) Sushen Gupta not involved: counsel

3) M.S. Swaminathan felicitated for work towards TB eradication

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7) India, China hold talks again

8)Live-streaming of court proceedings soon: SC judge

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4)Sonia writes to Javadekar on Ken-Betwa project

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4)Panel seeks more data on Sputnik V

5)Five-layered masks most effective: IIT

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9)Britain’s Prince Philip passes away at 99

10) China, Pakistan to back each other’s ‘core interests’ at UN

11) Bhutan, China to schedule boundary discussions soon

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6) Net direct tax receipts rise 5%

7) Forex reserves drop again, dip by $2.4 bn

8)Second wave poses increased risks for fragile recovery, banks: Fitch

9) Transporters, MSMEs wary of a lockdown

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