News Update : 10th Feb. 2016

News Update : 10th day of Feb. 2016

News update covers the essential news articles from various newspapers segregated according to various subjects falling under the realm of civil services preparations.

The aspirants are advised to make their own notes for future reference (Point wise)

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  1. Time for pharma course correction
  2. Beyond the figures

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[accordion_content accordion_label=”Polity and Governance”]

  1. The SC must end partisan federalism
  2. Courts must weigh public interest that have shaped this order 
  3. Discrimination dialogue
  4. The Bankruptcy Code will kill ‘Make in India’
  5. Maintain Constitution’s sanctity: President
  6. Peaceful dialogue the way out
  7. Women are agents of change, says Supreme Court
  8. Government to ease norms for real estate business

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[accordion_content accordion_label=”International Relations & Security”]

  1. Before the window shuts again
  2. Not paid by ISI or LeT, says Headley
  3. UN commissioner calls for return of land, de-militarisation in Sri Lanka
  4. Koirala, a valued friend of India: Modi

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[accordion_content accordion_label=”Science & Technology”]

  1. Air pockets may have kept him alive
  2. Net through cable TV networks

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[accordion_content accordion_label=”General Reading”]

  1. Internet power to the people
  2. Not a black-and-white issue
  3. Adhering to basics and freedom
  4. Keeping it open
  5. It is in gross violation of law, says legal expert

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