What to Read in The Hindu
18 January 2022

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1. Hyderabad bids to host Formula E World: It will be one of 60 cities across the world bidding to host the electric car race

  • Page 4/States
  • Prelims

 

2. India’s watchwords in a not so bright 2022: There are risks that could be both domestic and geopolitical and New Delhi must take care to read the signals properly

  • Page 6/Editorial
  • GS 2: IR

 

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3. Just what the doctor ordered for the livestock farmer: With most of India’s livestock in rural and remote areas, a game changer now will be the use of mobile veterinary units

  • Page 6/Editorial
  • GS 3: Agriculture

 

4. A train to unite Kerala: The ambitious SilverLine project deserves deeper analysis and to decongest traffic, the State needs an integrated approach

  • Page 7/OPED
  • GS 3: Transport

 

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5. Vaccination for 12-14 age group likely from March: NTAGI chief; Coverage of the 15-17 population making good progress, says N.K. Arora

  • Page 10/News
  • GS 2: Health

 

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6. Kathak legend painted a divine romance on stag; eMaestro has given a rich legacy to world of dance

  • Page 10/News
  • GS 1: Art & Architecture

 

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7. Impact of tsunami being assessed in Tonga; Ash, contaminated water pose threat

  • Page 11/World
  • GS 1: Geography

 

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8. Inequality Kills: A study of the new OxFam report; How has the pandemic aggravated global inequality? What measures does the study propose to tackle this?

  • Text & Context - I
  • GS 1: Poverty & development issues

 

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9. For a reset in India-Nepal relations: The urgent need today is to pause the rhetoric on territorial nationalism and lay the groundwork for a quiet dialogue

  • Text & Context - I
  • GS 2: IR