What to Read in The Hindu
30 November 2021

 

    1. Parliament clears Farm Laws Repeal Bill without a debate

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 2: Legislature, GS 3: Agriculture

 

    1. Omicron poses very high global risk: WHO

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 2: Health

 

    1. Crypto trade not tracked, says Govt.

      • Page 1/Front

      • GS 3: Economy

 

    1. Regulation, not ban: India should regulate trading of virtual currencies through monitored exchanges

      • Page 8/Editorial

      • GS 3: Science and Technology, Economy

 

    1. The three farm laws were never a solution. True agricultural reform rests with local governments, and States need to go back to the basics and expert suggestions

      • Page 8/Editorial

      • GS 3: Agriculture

 

    1. A launch window for India as a space start-up hub. The sector is in an embryonic stage and there is scope to build a feasible business model

      • Page 8/Editorial

      • GS 3: Science and Technology, Economy

 

    1. Boosting green hydrogen: Hydrogen is the most promising solution to decarbonise sectors like cement, steel, and refineries

      • Page 9/OPED

      • GS 3: Environment, Energy

 

    1. Mismanaging the monsoon: The recurring floods in Chennai serve as a wake-up call to the government to rethink urban planning

      • Page 9/OPED

      • GS 1: Climate, GS 3: Disasters

 

    1. Onus of contraception still on women, NFHS-5 figures show. Less than one in 10 men uses condoms in India: survey

      • Page 10/News

      • GS 1: Society, GS 2: Health

 

    1. Omicron risks spark call for booster dose. Experts divided on extra protection for some groups over ensuring universal immunisation

      • Page 12/News

      • GS 2: Health

 

    1. Per capita out-of-pocket health expenditure sees decline: report. National Health Accounts estimates for 2017-18 released

      • Page 12/News

      • GS 2: Health

 

    1. Adverse events less than 0.01%: Govt.; Centre tells Supreme Court it is transparent on vaccination data and AEFI cases

      • Page 12/News

      • GS 2: Health

 

    1. Iran ‘determined’ to salvage nuclear deal as talks resume. The other side should show the same willingness: Tehran

      • Page 13/World

      • GS 2: IR