September

30 September
2021

30 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. A digital health mission needs to get all the fundamentals of the ecosystem right. 2. The Government’s claim that the PM CARES Fund is not a public authority is unacceptable

29 September
2021

29 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. The problem of pendency of cases in courts across the country can be tackled with a few measures 2. The Maoist insurgency has weakened but its potency in select areas has not reduced

28 September
2021

28 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. Women in Legislatures. 2. Revitalising PM-KUSUM| We can unlock the scheme’s promises in many ways.

27 September
2021

27 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

​​​​​1. India must cooperate with U.S. on vaccines, trade, and leverage Quad for regional stability

25 September
2021

25 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

​​​​​​​1. A precise caste census is difficult, but the data will be useful to drive social policy.

24 September
2021

24 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. The current official inflation rate does not correctly measure price rise

23 September
2021

23 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. Diseases and outbreaks are realities and a well-functioning system can help reduce their impact 2. E-governance holds the promise of improving local governance, but only if we pay attention to the basics

22 September
2021

22 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. ​​​​​​The big deal behind the ruckus over AUKUS| China’s economic and military capacities as well as its belligerence have led to a shift in regional security paradigms. 2. Changing the agri exports basketIndia has the potential to become a global leader in the food processing sector

21 September
2021

21 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1) Tackling hate speech| As there are no laws on hate speech as such, India needs a political and pedagogical solution to the menace 2) 2. ‘Fund and faculty’ count in higher education rankings| The new edition of the National Institutional Ranking Framework highlights the huge gap between the best and the rest

20 September
2021

20 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

The relative income, subjective well-being connect: A key policy lesson would be to pursue a strategy of shared growth through remunerative employment

18 September
2021

18 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. A national commission is essential to make appointments to tribunals

17 September
2021

17 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. The Centre’s relief to telcos can only be the first step in efforts to boost the stressed sector 2. The nuances of the unorganised workers’ identity are complex which portal registration may not be able to capture

16 September
2021

16 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

​​​​​1. Cutting fuel taxes is a sure-shot way to address a major component of price pressures. 2. ‘Know the enemy, know self’ is sound professional advice. It can be achieved if the national leadership and military education system have access to full-time domain specialists.

15 September
2021

15 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. The ‘2+2’ dialogue between India and Australia will provide substance to an already meaningful partnership 2. We can ensure that manufacturers overcome their reluctance to enter the electric vehicles market

14 September
2021

14 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. Talking amid conflict| China and the U.S. must engage each other without expecting quick results on all issues. 2. In Manipur, a case for asymmetric federalism| Institutionally accommodating tribal distinctiveness as an enduring good will promote the State’s integrity.

13 September
2021

13 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. With improved revenues, government must increase expenditures to push consumption and investment 2. The protracted stand-off over North Korea reinforces the hollowness of the doctrine of deterrence

11 September
2021

11 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

Today The Hindu hasn't been released due to Ganesh Chaturthi on 10th Sept 2021.

10 September
2021

10 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. Catching up| The success of the PLI is likely to hinge on how entrepreneurs weigh the risk-reward equation 2. Where are the programmers? Inadequate teaching has given rise to an aversion of programming across campuses

09 September
2021

09 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1) Green Hydrogen holds promise as an alternative, truly clean fuel and in aiding the world’s decarbonisation goals 2) Kerala HC order on allowing earlier second dose flags need to review 84-day gap

07 September
2021

07 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. Recent trends have placed journalism under fire 2. Unilateral legislation without taking States into confidence will see more protests on the streets

06 September
2021

06 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. India must seize the opportunity to start a political dialogue to resolve the Kashmir issue. 2. India needs to develop infrastructure and improve access for differently-abled athletes.

04 September
2021

04 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. An uneven uptick GST revenue trends indicate the recovery is neither smooth nor fast. 2. Certainly not the end of the road for the U.S. Even if the Afghan exit was disastrous for various reasons, to declare it as the demise of America is a misreading.

03 September
2021

03 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1. Breakthrough challenge: Vaccine makers should move to making vaccines for the Delta variants. 2. A hydro onslaught the Himalayas cannot take| There is rock solid scientific evidence to demand the cancellation of many upcoming and approved hydel projects

02 September
2021

02 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial

1. Fleeting cheer| Fiscal measures should ensure overall consumption demand does not weaken 2. 2. India must commit to net zero emissions| The country will need to take a stand on climate change action or risk being cast globally as an outlier

01 September
2021

01 Sep 2021: The Hindu Editorial

1. The next step in democratic evolution is overdueIndia must change, from a darkening elected authoritarianism to building institutions for citizens’ inclusion in governance 2. Pyrrhic victory| Religious extremism, militancy in Afghanistan will be counterproductive for Pakistan

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