News Update : 07th March 2016

News Update : 07th day of March 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)

Below are the topic wise important News for Today

[accordion_content accordion_label=”Economy”]

  1. For a paradigm shift in fiscal deficit
  2. Review the fiscal consolidation path
  3. Oil slip
  4. Those under watch ineligible for income declaration scheme
  5. Bigger isn’t better
  6. Don’t toy with defence budget
  7. The textbooks don’t apply

[accordion_content accordion_label=”Polity and Governance”]

  1. More Muslim women join cause with SC’s PIL for gender parity
  2. Teachers to be held accountable if students bunk classes: Govt.
  3. Another campus issue set to figure in Parliament
  4. Proposals of the Companies Law Committee – A case of good spring-cleaning

[accordion_content accordion_label=”International Relations & Security”]

  1. Apple Vs National Security
  2. Change in territory but not in woes
  3. Number of EU asylum seekers doubled in 2015
  4. Xi tells Taiwan to stop dreaming of independence

[accordion_content accordion_label=”Environment & Ecology”]

  1. Will it be an El Niño or La Niña monsoon?

[accordion_content accordion_label=”General Reading”]

  1. Don’t let down the children
  2. Unequal by birth: time to break the vicious cycle
  3. When the state withers away
  4. Investigating the charges of bias
  5. ‘Budget lacks political boldness’
  6. Tech-savvy Indians shop with ‘cashless’ wallets


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