What to Read in The Hindu
21 January 2022

 

    1. SC upholds OBC quota in NEET; ‘Open exam only ensures formal equality, does not end ingrained inequalities’

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 2: Laws, Schemes for vulnerable sections

 

    1. Focus on rights made India weak, says PM

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 4: Ethics

 

    1. Court and compensation: The Supreme Court has done much to grant some succour to the kin of COVID-19 victims

      • Page 6/Editorial

      • GS 2: Laws, Schemes for vulnerable sections

 

    1. Drop the IAS cadre rules amendments: States are right in perceiving the planned amendments to Rule 6(1) to be an infringement of their rights

      • Page 6/Editorial

      • GS 2: Issues & challenges pertaining to the federal structure

 

    1. The gentleman spymaster who had India enthralled: Those serving the R&AW would do well to note the principles that Rameshwar Nath Kao practised with aplomb

      • Page 6/Editorial

      • GS 4: Aptitude, Integrity

 

    1. A watchdog silenced: The Kashmir Press Club, which has been shut down, provided a sense of security to journalists

      • Page 6/Editorial

      • GS 4: Transparency

 

    1. Fall in deputations to Centre in 2021: Only 10% mid-level IAS officers were posted with Union govt., DoPT figures say

      • Page 8/News

      • GS 2: Issues & challenges pertaining to the federal structure

 

    1. Extended range BrahMos tested: Launch conducted by BrahMos Aerospace in coordination with DRDO teams

      • Page 10/News

      • GS 3: Science & Tech

 

    1. U.S. warns Russia on invading Ukraine: Any incursion would be met with a ‘severe’ response from the U.S. and its allies, says White House

      • Page 11/World

      • GS 2: IR

 

    1. India Ratings pegs FY23 GDP growth at 7.6%Agency expects fiscal deficit at 5.8-6%

      • Page 12/Business

      • GS 3: Economy

 

    1. The question of OBC reservation in local bodies

      • Text & Context - I

      • GS 2: Laws, Schemes for vulnerable sections

 

    1. The shift from Jakarta to Nusantara: Why is Indonesia changing its capital city? Is it the first country to move its metropolis?

      • Text & Context - I

      • GS 3: Environment