News Update : 20th April 2016

News Update : 20th day of April 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. What next after financial inclusion?
  2. Trading bloc to India: Cut tariffs or exit FTA talks
  3. Global economic situation grim
  4. RBI Governor says forex intervention to continue
  5. Govt. rolls back PF withdrawal norms

[accordion_content accordion_label=”Polity and Governance”]

  1. Of populism and prohibition
  2. Setting cities free
  3. Holds no water
  4. Most of rural India still opts for open defecation: NSS report
  5. Centre ‘introducing chaos’: HC
  6. Fixing educational policy’s failure

[accordion_content accordion_label=”International Relations & Security”]

  1. Battle for Bangladesh’s soul
  2. Deepening crisis in Brazil
  3. Unmade in China
  4. Developed countries must tax coal for climate fund
  5. Close ties with India needed for regional stability, says China
  6. The Indo-US military alliance that isn’t

[accordion_content accordion_label=”Science & Technology”]

  1. The splinternet is here

[accordion_content accordion_label=”General Reading”]

  1. The question of forgiveness
  2. Depleting water in Maharashtra’s reservoirs
  3. The jobs discourse
  4. Centre rejects T.N. proposal to free Rajiv Gandhi killers
  5. AP wins Public Service Pulitzer for Asia series
  6. Outdated power grids hampering storage sector
  7. Trading charges


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