News Update : 05th Feb. 2016

News Update : 05th 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)

[accordion_content accordion_label=”Economy”]

  1. Big-ticket divestment likely
  2. HAL’s import, assemble, supply ‘model’
  3. Going against the grain
  4. Protecting India’s trade interests
  5. Anatomy of the revenue deficit

[accordion_content accordion_label=”Polity and Governance”]

  1. Order of nature
  2. Let’s talk about death
  3. Accept Lodha report, fall in line: SC to BCCI
  4. 50% quota for women in panchayats planned

[accordion_content accordion_label=”International Relations & Security”]

  1. Ceremonial start to fleet review
  2. India in the loop on Taliban talks: Abdullah

[accordion_content accordion_label=”Science & Technology”]

  1. Moving in for the kill
  2. India ratifies pact on nuclear compensation

[accordion_content accordion_label=”Environment & Ecology”]

  1. Are we neglecting India’s rich marine biodiversity?
  2. ‘Policy to scrap old vehicles to be sent to Cabinet by month end’

[accordion_content accordion_label=”General Reading”]

  1. ‘Report on insolvency and bankruptcy code expected by the first week of March’
  2. Off colour
  3. Stress tests for Indian banks
  4. A racist turn in Bengaluru
  5. Wasil’s story
  6. Why humour in public discourse is necessary for social well being 
  7. Removing constraints in higher education


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