Important News to follow : 30th Sept 2015

30th 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 jumps 16 places in WEF competitiveness ranking
  2. Digital India vs Net Neutrality
  3. Can India create the next Google?
  4. Industry also has a role, they can’t wait for others to do it: Raghuram Rajan
  5. RBI goes for a big rate cut, sends strong growth signal

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  1. Bitter harvest from Mina
  2. Ways to overcome refugee challenge
  3. Narendra Modi’s US visit: a missed opportunity
  4. Better weather

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  1. No country for dissidence
  2. Empower, not weaken the CAG

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  1. What the discovery of liquid water on red planet Mars means
  2. Govt unveils indigenous ranking framework for higher education
  3. World won’t achieve its development goals without India coming through: Bill Gates
  4. Can Modi do a Swachh Bharat on Public Safety?

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Important News to follow : 29th Sept 2015

29th 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. Obsession with GDP growth
  2. Rs 5,000 cr for green cover on National Highways: Gadkari
  3. South Asia important for India geo-politically, but not economically: CEA
  4. A move to boost derivatives regulation

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  1. Leave it to the generals
  2. In thrall to the past
  3. Modi, Obama push for strategic ties
  4. Putin’s grand strategy for West Asia

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  1. A new Indian century? For that to happen, we need to overcome our culture of mediocrity and hatred of meritocracy
  2. Fuel for thought: The Volkswagen scandal only tells India how lax our standards are
  3. After court rap, govt notifies 85% anti-tobacco pictorial warnings
  4. India enters select leage

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Important News to follow : 26th Sept 2015

26th 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. SEBI may allow FPIs in commodities derivatives market
  2. From plate to plough: Losing the pulses
  3. Hemmed in by the safety net
  4. SEBI-FMC merger: What is at stake?
  5. In fact: From Anubhav to Saradha, lessons from ponzi schemes
  6. The challenge of skills and jobs

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  1. Revolt of the aspirational class

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  1. PM Modi’s strong position on climate change seems productive for India so far
  2. G4 Summit: Will India utilize the group’s strengths or pick up others’ baggage?
  3. Health And The UN
  4. Diplomatic impunity
  5. Third date with Barack
  6. For a win-win bilateral trade diplomacy
  7. The message from New York

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  1. The past as anchor for our present?
  2. Leadership: An outcome of nature of nurture?

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Important News to follow : 12th Sept 2015

12th 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 Backs Draft Resolution on Sovereign Debt Principles
  2. CAD shrinks to 1.2 % on higher earnings, trade deficit decline 
  3. 5-month high: Capital goods, manufacturing push July factory growth to 4.2% 
  4. Forget the land bill

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  1. The Case for radical civil service reform: No political interference in administration
  2. Sorry, Chandigarh
  3. Mumbai meat ban: ‘Get off the ban-wagon’

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  1. The perils for Yemen (Note : Save this as your standard reference for Yemen crisis)
  2. A new Tahrir moment?

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  1. Hunting the killer
  2. A visionary on water issues

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