News Update : 18th April 2016

News Update : 18th 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. Stick to fiscal consolidation, IMF tells India
  2. The circle of economy, the cycle of drought
  3. Lessons from the Mallya case
  4. WB’s green norms must not compromise on development: Jaitley
  5. Small enterprises rather than big corporations are driving the economic recovery

[accordion_content accordion_label=”Polity and Governance”]

  1. Country without a pause
  2. Government revives talks to revamp Factories Act
  3. New law, statutory body imperative to foster fair trade practices in India

[accordion_content accordion_label=”International Relations & Security”]

  1. A ‘much-needed message’ to India’s neighbours
  2. Iran is India’s reliable partner, says Rouhani
  3. Brexit has few pros and many cons

[accordion_content accordion_label=”Environment & Ecology”]

  1. Carbon sharing between trees

[accordion_content accordion_label=”Science & Technology”]

  1. Chew on this: the risks of smokeless tobacco
  2. Arctic link to the monsoon

[accordion_content accordion_label=”General Reading”]

  1. College chale hum
  2. Failures Of A Report Card
  3. Tough times ahead for India’s start-ups
  4. Should bank defaulters’ list be made public?


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