What to Read in The Hindu
24 November 2021

​​​​​​1. India, U.S. commit to linking economies across sectors. Indian grapes, U.S. cherries could be early winners as Trade Forum revives

  • Page 1/Front
  • GS 3: Economy

 

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2. New Crypto Bill seeks to ban private playersExceptions for underlying technology

  • Page 1/Front
  • GS 3: Economy, GS 2: Government policy

 

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3. Breaking the ice: Reviving the U.S.-India Trade Policy Forum is a chance to break vicious cycle in economic ties

  • Page 6/Editorial
  • GS 3: Economy

 

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4. Over-valued unicorns in a distressed economy: Euphoria over the ‘beacons’ in India’s unicorn gale may be misplaced as their valuations are linked to future earnings

  • Page 6/Editorial
  • GS 3: Economy

 

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5. The road to a Himalayan blunder: In its current form, the Char Dham road project goes against all environmental safeguards

  • Page 7/OPED
  • GS 3: Environment

 

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6. DAC approves AK-203 deal with Russia: Inter-Governmental Agreement was signed in 2019; a JV was set up in U.P. for manufacturing them

  • Page 8/News
  • GS 2: IR

 

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7. More concessions for vehicle scrapping likely: Sales will go up by 12-13%: Gadkari

  • Page 9/News
  • GS 3: Environment

 

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8. ‘Bharat Gaurav’ scheme eyes Railway tourism

  • Page 10/News
  • GS 1: Art and culture

 

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9. U.S. to release 50 mn barrels of oil to ease soaring prices

  • Page 11/world
  • GS 2: IR

 

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10. Countries must brace for future food ‘shocks’: FAO

  • Page 11/world
  • GS 2: Hunger and poverty, GS 3: Agriculture

 

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11. India to release 5 mn barrels of oil from reserves to cool prices

  • Page 12/Business
  • GS 3: Economy, GS 2: IR