What to Read in The Hindu
10 December 2021

 

    1. India pays homage to first CDS, wife and 11 other crash victims. IAF has ordered a tri-service inquiry into the accident, Rajnath tells Parliament.

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 3: Security

 

    1. Farmers declare victory, to start vacating protest sites

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 3: Agriculture, GS 2: Pressure groups,  formal/informal associations and their role in the polity

 

    1. Bird flu triggers alert in Alappuzha: 8,000 to 10,000 ducks were culled by rapid response teams after the outbreak was confirmed.

      • Page 5/States

      • GS 2: Health

 

    1. Campaign launched to save Chamundi Hills; ‘New projects are eroding green cover’.

      • Page 5/States

      • GS 3: Environment

 

    1. Singareni coal production hit as workers go on 3-day strike. Unions protest Centre’s move to auction four coal blocks.

      • Page 5/States

      • GS 3: Environment

 

    1. A tragic loss: India must realise Gen. Rawat’s plans for genuine tri-service operational capabilities

      • Page 6/Editorial

      • GS 3: Security

 

    1. Omicron shadow: RBI may need to act to ward off price pressures sooner rather than later

      • Page 6/Editorial

      • GS 3: Economy

 

    1. Children and schooling in the post-COVID-19 era; India will have to confront bitter facts if it wants to prepare a recovery plan of any credible and practical value;

      • Page 6/Editorial

      • GS 2: Education

 

    1. Does the Omicron variant make a case for booster doses? There is scarce evidence that boosters add value to the main purpose of the immunisation programme

      • Page 7/OPED

      • GS 2: Health

 

    1. More cyclones in Arabian Sea recently, Minister tells RS. ‘This has not measurably increased threat to western coast’.

      • Page 8/News

      • GS 1: Climate - Weather, GS 3: Disasters

 

    1. No peace with AFSPA: NSCN(I-M); Emboldened by ‘draconian’ law, soldiers are treating Nagas as sub-humans, it says.

      • Page 9/News

      • GS 3: Internal Security

 

    1. Two years on, CAA rules not notified; The legislation cannot be implemented if the Government fails to do so.

      • Page 9/News

      • GS 2: Government Policy, GS 3: Internal Security

 

    1. RS passes pharma education Bill

      • Page 9/News

      • GS 2: Education, GS 3: Science & Tech

 

    1. Imports made up 86% of gold supply in 2016-20, says WGC; Inbound shipments likely to be stronger in 2022: Council.

      • Page 12/business

      • GS 3: Economy