What to Read in The Hindu
20 January 2022

1. New Haryana law may hit jobs, growth: stakeholders; ‘It is very, very myopic... industry will suffer, not politicians’

  • Page 1/Front
  • GS 1: Industry

 

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2. COVID deaths: SC to steer payments: Court steps in after some States respond to the initiative in a lukewarm fashion

  • Page 1/Front
  • GS 2: Government Policy, Health

 

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3. States weigh options on IAS cadre rule changes; Six of them have written to Centre opposing any such move

  • Page 1/Front
  • GS 2: Centre-state relations

 

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4. RP-2041 can spell doom for Aravalis, fear environmentalists: The legal protection of the range from environment degradation is under a cloud following some drastic changes in Draft Regional Plan-2041

  • Page 3(Delhi Edition)/City
  • GS 1: Urbanization, GS 3: Environment

 

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5. Plea challenges expansion of definition of drug; It says notifications in excess of conferred authority; Centre’s response sought

  • Page 3(Delhi Edition)/City
  • GS 1: Urbanization, GS 3: Environment

 

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6. Dip in eastern swamp deer numbers: Fall in population from 907 to 868 attributed to floods

  • Page 4/States
  • GS 3: Environment

 

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7. Prestigious South Asia University remains without president; MEA had twiceadvertised for the post but it is stillled by acting head

  • Page 5/States
  • GS 2: IR

 

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8. Technology tangle: The roll-out of 5G services near airports is posing a challenge to airlines

  • Page 6/Editorial
  • GS 3: Technology

 

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9. Democratise and empower city governments: The general approach towards urban empowerment, including financial capabilities, has remained piecemeal in India

  • Page 6/Editorial
  • GS 1: Urbanization

 

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10. The many problems of online anonymity: Pseudonymous social media handles and platforms that encourage them amplify issues around fake news

  • Page 7/OPED
  • GS 1: Society

 

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11. SOP to operate trains after an earthquake likely: Lack of guidelines by Railways flagged

  • Page 10/News
  • GS 3: Transport

 

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12. Special camps to register workers on e-Shram portal, 21 centres to aid migrant workers reactivated: Bhupender

  • Page 10/News
  • GS 3: Employment, GS 2: Schemes for vulnerable sections

 

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13. India’s oil production continues to decline; Output dropped 2% in December

  • Page 12/Business
  • GS 3: Economy, Energy

 

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14. Here is why the electoral bonds scheme must go; It violates the basic tenets of India’s democracy by keeping the knowledge of the ‘right to know’ from citizens and voters

  • Text & Context - II
  • GS 2: Representation of Peoples' act