Important News to follow : 18th Sept 2015

18th day of Sept. 2015 News update covers the essential news articles from various newspapers segregated according to various subjects falling under the realm of civil services preparations.

Note : Today, its a big list. Read them over period of next three days as there might not be anything interesting tomorrow and Sunday newspaper is always dud

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  1. The life, death and resurrection of Indian microfinance
  2. Why India should expand its financial markets to the excluded
  3. Everyone suffers during an agricultural crisis
  4. Small banks mark a big step for financial inclusion
  5. Building ‘smart villages’
  6. Mayors stumble on Smart City mission
  7. Small banks mark a big step for financial inclusion
  8. Small banks, big change

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  1. Sacrifice deadwood: Early retirement of under performing bureaucrats is essential to tone up civil service
  2. No country for the ill
  3. SC stays amendments to Haryana panchayat law

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  1. Securing a sustainable future
  2. Himalayan dawn: New constitution should usher in an era of stability and prosperity in Nepal

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Important News to follow : 17th Sept 2015

16th day of Sept. 2015 News update covers the essential news articles from various newspapers segregated according to various subjects falling under the realm of civil services preparations.

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  1. India’s Malnutrition Shame
  2. Now, hunker down
  3. Indian healthcare needs regulation, reform

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  1. Rajasthan shows the way

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  1. India, Cambodia sign two MoUs
  2. RBI issues 10 small bank licences
  3. India will have to wait
  4. Reform eludes UN Security Council
  5. Indian Ocean Rim Association looking for opportunities in blue economy

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Important News to follow : 16th Sept 2015

16th day of Sept. 2015 News update covers the essential news articles from various newspapers segregated according to various subjects falling under the realm of civil services preparations.
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  1. RBI issues 10 small bank licences
  2. Death by denial: harsh reality of inadequate medical infrastructure
  3. Miles to go on ease of doing business
  4. So who’s being risk averse?
  5. Small leap forward in child health

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  1. The door is still not open
  2. SC should step in, ban all arbitrary bans
  3. Sensitive Indians – We as a nation are becoming more and more thin-skinned
  4. Double the honour
  5. The pseudo-religiosity of the BJP

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  1. Reform or perish: Move to expand UN Security Council welcome but wheels of change must turn fast
  2. India reaches out, wants to upgrade ties with North Korea

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Important News to follow : 11th Sept 2015

11th day of Sept. 2015 News update covers the essential news articles from various newspapers segregated according to various subjects falling under the realm of civil services preparations.

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  1. Shelter from the Storm: Nurturing domestic demand can provide a sanctuary in world hostile to growth
  2. Cabinet gives green signal to gold bond, monetisation plan
  3. Cabinet approves much awaited spectrum trading guidelines
  4. Utilising MSMEs as engines for growth

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  1. Save the habitat to save the Great Indian Bustard

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  1. Tunnel effect and caste reservations (Note : excellent utilization of a new construct to understand caste politics in India.)
  2. Lessons From Europe’s Shores
  3. Business friendly drive: ‘Competitive federalism’ triggers reforms in states

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  1. If Xi stumbles (Note : To to understand domestic politics of china)
  2. Simply put: Diplomats and rules of the game (Note : In wake of Saudi Arabia ambassador implication in rape case.)
  3. Turkey’s Islamic State dilemma
  4. India should build on its historical ties with Iran
  5. Stringent visa systems and immigration laws are 20th century anachronism that must go

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