What to Read in The Hindu
19 January 2022

1. No one died of hunger in recent times: CentreComprehensive steps have been taken, it tells Supreme Court

  • Page 1/Front
  • GS 2: Poverty and hunger

 

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2. A.P. govt. bans 100-year-old ‘Chintamani Padya Natakam’

  • Page 5/States
  • GS 1: art

 

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3. Inflation conundrum: High price rise trends could continue in 2022, compounding the challenge for policy makers

  • Page 6/Editorial
  • GS 3: Economy

 

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4. The SilverLine project is anti-development: It poses a threat to Kerala’s ecological security, and could end up as a white elephant

  • Page 6/Editorial
  • GS 3: Environment

 

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5. Drone attacks ‘unacceptable’, says India: Embassy working to bring back bodies of two Indians who were killed in explosion at UAE oil firm

  • Page 8/News
  • GS 2: IR

 

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6. Nirmala flays ‘UPA fraud’ in Devas deal‘Govt. fighting to save taxpayers’ money’

  • Page 8/News
  • GS 4: Ethics - Integrity

 

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7. Rising sea levels prompt Indonesia to relocate capital

  • Page 11/World
  • GS 3: Environment

 

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8. Oil rises past 7-year high on supply fears: Brent jumps to highest level since October 2014; analysts see shortfalls pushing prices to $100 a barrel

  • Page 12/Business
  • GS 3: Energy

 

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9. India extends $500-mn credit to Sri Lanka for fuel importsMove part of $1.5 bn facility, follows recent $900 mn relief

  • Page 12/Business
  • GS 2: IR

 

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10. The Houthi attack on the United Arab Emirates: Who are the Houthis? What is the underlying conflict threatening regional stability?

  • Text & context - I
  • GS 2: IR