What to read in Indian Express
25 November 2023

1. In 3 yrs of 26/11, Mumbai Police bought 46 boats to track city’s coast- only 8 works today

  • Page no. 1
  • GS 3 (Security Challenges and their Management in Border Areas)

 

2. Citing betting concerns, GoM set to tighten online gaming rules

  • Page no. 1
  • GS  3 (Challenges to Internal Security through Communication Networks)

 

3. Govt takes apex cyber security agency out of public’s right to know

  • Page no 1
  • GS 2 (Transparency & Accountability and institutional and other measures.); GS 3 (Basics of cyber security)

 

4. Domestic production brings down cost of rare disease drugs

  • Page no 7
  • GS 2 (Issues Relating to Development and Management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health)

 

5. Citing pressure from Taliban, Indian govt, Afghan embassy says it is closing down

  • Page no 8
  • GS 2 (India and its neighbourhood)

 

6. Curbing exuberance

  • Page no 10
  • GS 3 (Indian Economy and issues relating to Planning, Mobilization of Resources, Growth, Development)

 

7. The forgotten citizens

  • Page no 10
  • GS 1 (Population and Associated Issues)

 

8. A new cure

  • Page no 10
  • GS 2 (Issues Relating to Development and Management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health)

 

9. Sickle cell breakthrough

  • Page no 15
  • GS 2 (Issues Relating to Development and Management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health)

 

10. Why a NASA spacecraft fired a laser at earth, and why it is a big deal

  • Page no 15
  • GS 3 (Awareness in the fields of IT, Space)

 

11. SEBI proposes easing select insider trading provisions

  • Page no 17
  • GS 2 (regulatory bodies)

 

12. India, EU sign semiconductor pact

  • Page no 17
  • GS 2 (Bilateral, Regional and Global Groupings and Agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests.)

 

13. After losing in Covid vaccine arce, poor nations push back big pharma

  • Page no 17
  • GS 2 (Effect of Policies and Politics of Developed and Developing Countries on India’s interests)