What to Read in The Hindu
11 November 2021

 

    1. Climate finance is insufficient, says Glasgow draft document. The document urges the developed countries to ‘urgently scale up’

      • Page J2/News

      • GS 3: Environment

 

    1. Union Cabinet brings back MPLAD Scheme. MPs to get ₹2 cr. each instead of previously approved ₹5 cr.

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 2: Governance, separation of powers

 

    1. NSA meet seeks urgent help for Afghans. Dialogues must not complicate situation: Russia

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 2: International Relations

 

    1. New online certification system puts exporters in a fix

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 3: Economy

 

    1. Govt. sprays water, uses boats to clear froth. It is not even a temporary solution as water quality does not change, say experts

      • Page 2(Delhi Edition)/City

      • GS 3: Environmental Pollution

 

    1. Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary set for fishing cat collaring project

      • Page 7/States

      • GS 3: Environmental Conservation

 

    1. HC upholds Centre’s notification on OCI students

      • Page 7/States

      • GS 2: Government Policy

 

    1. The case of demonetisation in India

      • Page 8/Editorial

      • GS 3: Economy

 

    1. Investigate the deal: The role of middlemen in both the bid process and the Rafale sale agreement must be probed

      • Page 8/Editorial

      • GS 4: Transparency and accountability

 

    1. Does India have a right to burn fossil fuels?

      • Page 9/OPED

      • GS 3: Energy, GS 1: distribution of natural resources

 

    1. Centre approves incentives for sugar cane, cotton, jute farmersRates for ethanol from sugar cane hiked; price support for cotton growers

      • Page 11/News

      • GS 3: Agriculture

 

    1. Balance between environmental, defence concerns a better goal: SC. Court was hearing plea against clearance to Char Dham roads

      • Page 11/News

      • GS 3: Transport, Environment

 

    1. Janjatiya Gaurav Divas on Nov. 15

      • Page 11/News

      • GS 1: Society, Prelims

 

    1. India confers honorary rank of General on Nepal Army Chief

      • Page 12/News

      • GS 2: IR

 

    1. Kanpur sees 105 Zika cases in a month

      • Page 12/News

      • GS 2: Health

 

    1. CAATSA sanctions waiver for India: The Biden administration remains tight-lipped as it works through details

      • Page 13/World

      • GS 2: IR

 

    1. ‘Jobs, demand, credit growth to kick-start investment cycle’

      • Page 14/Business

      • GS 3: Economy

 

    1. Buoyant prices to obviate need for MSP: Cotton Corp.

      • Page 14/Business

      • GS 3: Agriculture