What to Read in The Hindu
29 January 2022

 

    1. Google to invest up to $1 bn in Airtel

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 3: Economy

 

    1. Don’t want wars, but won’t let interests be ignored: Russia; Putin will decide response to U.S. proposals: Lavrov

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 2: IR

 

    1. Willing to talk to Pakistan on pilgrim flights: India; Officials to meet to upgrade 1974 protocol on religious travel

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 2: IR

 

    1. India’s largest electric vehicle charging station set up in Gurugram; It will be able to charge 100 EVs round the clock

      • Page 3/City

      • GS 3: Science & Tech, Environment, Economy

 

    1. At the Centre: India must stay in step with the changes in the Central Asian region

      • Page 6/Editorial

      • GS 2: IR

 

    1. To the poll booth, with no donor knowledge: Worries over the electoral bond scheme go beyond its patent unconstitutionality — it befouls democracy and elections

      • Page 6/Editorial

      • GS 2: Representation of Peoples' Act

 

    1. Graft talk and the top court’s inexplicable silence: Left unchallenged, a former CJI’s insinuations against the judiciary could gravely erode faith in the institution’s integrity

      • Page 6/Editorial

      • GS 2: Judiciary

 

    1. Philippines inks $375 mn BrahMos missile deal: This is the first export order for missile

      • Page 8/News

      • GS 3: Science & Tech, GS 2: IR

 

    1. ‘BJP accounts for nearly 70% of assets disclosed’ADR report says it declared ₹4,847 cr.

      • Page 9/News

      • GS 2: Political parties

 

    1. Study raises concerns on NeoCov: Wuhan researchers say single molecular change in virus can infect humans

      • Page 10/New

      • GS  3: Science & tech

 

    1. ‘Banks to transfer 15 NPAs worth ₹50,000 cr. to NARCL’; Transfers part of Phase I, to take place by March 31: Khara

      • Page 12/Business

      • GS 3: Economy