October

01 October
2021

01 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

​​​​1. No OBC quota for Maharashtra by polls  2. At the Quad, forming habits of cooperation 3. A State, a ‘clean sweep’ and the art of sanitation 4. Failing on food 5. Monsoon may withdraw from next week

04 October
2021

04 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Why Delhi roads get flooded every monsoon? 2. No info on 2018 plan to collect OBC data’ 3. Gaming disorder increases during pandemic 4. Waste management: Gurugram societies show the way 5. Chola inscriptions on civic officials’ eligibility 6. NGRI proposes landslip, flood warning system  7. Reimagining food systems with lessons from India

05 October
2021

05 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Farmers raise pitch, protest with bodies 2. SC lashes out at farmers’ groups 3. Govt. moots changes to Forest Conservation Act 4.  AAP govt. announces winter action plan to tackle pollution 5.  An alphabet soup New Delhi needs to sift through

06 October
2021

06 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Climate experts, theorist get Physics Nobel, 2. RBI microfinance proposals that are anti-poor

07 October
2021

07 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. WHO recommends first anti­-malarial vaccine. 2. U.S. expresses unease over S­400 deal.  3. Telangana withdraws plea in SC on Krishna water. 4. A strategy for India in a world that is adrift. 5. Recognising altruism. 6. Sensing heat. 7. The recent QES estimates are unreliable. 8. Trade multilateralism at risk. 9. Govt. asks top court to set  quota norms for promotions. 10. India, U.S. to work closely on Afghanistan, says Shringl.

09 October
2021

09 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

What to Read From The Hindu Newspaper Will be Available From 11th Oct

11 October
2021

11 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Farmers in east see little hope in stirThey have not got many of the benefits that the new laws threaten to take away 2. ‘As Delhi becomes a global city, people cling to caste, religious identities more’ 3. A homecomingTatas will find turning around Air India tough with high fuel costs, travel hit by COVID-19 4. A ‘Taiwan flashpoint’ in the Indo-PacificIn pursuing its Indo-Pacific strategy, India needs to be mindful of the China-U.S. equations in the region

12 October
2021

12 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1) Industry seeks clarity on space policy 2) India, China commander talks end in impasse; Each side blames the other for the deadlock 3) Dangerous deadlock: Past border agreements are in disarray as the Line of Actual Control sees heavy deployment 4) Limits to accommodation: RBI’s failure to rein in inflation will hurt savers and risk derailing a consumption-led revival 5) The ‘yes or a no’ the Court must ask about Pegasus

13 October
2021

13 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1) Expert panel clears Covaxin for emergency use in 2-18 age group 2) Retail inflation falls to 4.35%; industrial output growth up 3) Modi for ‘humanitarian help’ to AfghanistanPM stresses on ‘inclusive government’ 4) Jabbing children: As Covaxin gets closer to approval for children, data transparency is vital 5) Taking the lid off illicit financial flows: The Pandora Papers have only highlighted the need for concerted steps to alter the global financial architecture

14 October
2021

14 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. India rejects China’s opposition to Venkaiah’s Arunachal trip. 2. The global war on terror grinds along. 3. Beguiling base. 4. Aiding Afghans. 5. Deconstructing climate finance.6. Sowing better to eat better

15 October
2021

15 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

The Hindu Edition for today is not released.

16 October
2021

16 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. TB deaths up in pandemic: WHO. 2. Mudumalai tiger captured after 22­day operation. 3. Centre asks Kerala to increase generation at hydel stations. 4. Tackling terror. 5. Vigilance, vaccination and endemic COVID­19. 6. Fast forward. 7. Aim is to make India a military power on its own strength: PM. 8. Former CECs flag security concerns over e-­voting. 9. Hunger Index: poor ranking devoid of ground reality and facts, says Govt. 10. Bhutan, China sign MoU for 3­step process to expedite boundary talks.

18 October
2021

18 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Kottayam, Idukki worst hit; Kerala rain toll at 27. 2. UAVs boost Army watch in eastern sector. 3. State elections, limits of caste-based strategies| Caste demographics do not have the deterministic effect on electoral outcomes that is often assumed.4. Alarming hunger or statistical artifact? The low rank on the Global Hunger Index should push India to look again at its policies and interventions.

19 October
2021

19 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Recent attacks in J&K reveal terror outfits’ new strategy: NIABlog post outlines plans to derail Government’s development thrust: agency. 2. With Kerala dams brimming, panel to regulate water release. 3. ‘Mumbai lost 40% green cover between 1991 and 2018’City lost 81% of its open land, says survey.

20 October
2021

20 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. EU food recall linked to GM rice from India; No GM rice grown in India: Ministry. 2. Trouble in Bangladesh: While India voices concern on attacks, it should not appear religiously partisan. 3. The other Quad: India must retain strong ties with Iran as it seeks partnership with the U.S.-Israel-UAE bloc

21 October
2021

21 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Indian team meets Taliban Dy PM; In Moscow, 10-nation statement recognises the ‘new reality’ in Afghanistan; 2. Kushinagar now hub of Buddhist tourist circuit; PM opens airport, says focus is on developing places associated with Lord Buddha. 3. Plugging the leak: India must assuage importers that its produce is compliant with trade demands on GM foods. 4. For change: Changes in law on same-sex relations must be along with an attitudinal change in society. 5. The carbon markets conundrum at COP26| Success in Glasgow hinges to a great extent on the conclusion of one of the most technical and highly contentious issues.

22 October
2021

22 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. PM to attend climate meet in Glasgow| Delegations from U.S., EU, and U.K. visit Delhi to discuss India’s climate goals Page 1/Front. 2. SC says farmers have right to protest, but can’t block roads. 3. ‘Act on illegal construction in Kaziranga’. 4. PM Modi writes:  India’s success in its landmark vaccination drive belongs to Team India, demonstrating that democracy can deliver

23 October
2021

23 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. India weighs ‘net zero’ target ahead of CoP. 2. It’s our home, where will we go, ask Pak. Hindu families staying in camp. 3. Winter season starting with better air than last 3 years: CSE. 4. Amur falcons in Manipur for annual migration. 5. Development that is mindful of nature.

25 October
2021

25 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. J&K now free of strong­arm tactics by three families: Shah. 2. E-waste disposal, a mounting headache. 3. HC raps officials as Sabarmati river remains highly polluted. 4. Villages on Periyar banks in alert mode. 5. In Glasgow, all eyes on 2030.

26 October
2021

26 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. BSF jurisdiction: parties in Punjab oppose Centre’s decision Page 4/ states. 2. The Perils of an Unresolved Boundary. 3. A reminder that India still trails in the hunger fight

27 October
2021

27 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Supreme Court to pass orders on pleas in Pegasus case today. 2. The vaccination milestone and a distant goal. 3. Re-evaluating the neo-Buddhist movement. 4. Safety firstT.N. must assure Kerala that all instruments for monitoring the dam’s safety are in place. 5. Why India shouldn't sign on to Net Zero.

28 October
2021

28 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. SC sets up committee to examine Pegasus allegations. Power of state to snoop into people’s ‘sacred private space’ is not absolute: Bench 2. Centre wants to keep birth, death database; Keen to be parallel repository of data, along with States 3. Don’t use new law to justify LAC moves, India tells China, ‘It will have no bearing on present boundary arrangements’ 4. A credible probe| The Centre must fully cooperate with the inquiry instituted by the SC on spyware use 5. A world minus ads| Social media outrage against brand campaigns is fuelled by intolerance to progressive values

29 October
2021

29 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. India will stress ‘climate justice’ at global summit, says Minister. 2. ‘97% of surveyed people have antibodies against COVID­19’. 3. The perils of ideological certitude. 4. A clear signal. 5. A climate dividend.

30 October
2021

30 Oct 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. No money left in MGNREGA coffers; 21 States in the redStates are asking field authorities to artificially create demand, says Centre. 2. Suicides among farm workers rose 18% in 2020; Deaths among landowning farmers dropped slightly: NCRB. 3. North, South Blocks to turn museums; They will be a ‘public space’, Govt. tells SC..4. In India, the steady subversion of equality.5. Silly point: Support for the national cricket team or its players is no litmus test for patriotism.

For Any enquiry or details related to IAS/IPS/UPSC coaching or examination submit your details and get a call from one of our expert's team.

Free Online Workshop