News Update : 04th Dec. 2015

News Update : 04th day of Dec. 2015

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)

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  1. Government’s Gold Bond Scheme may not attain target
  2. RBI to comb bank books to unearth hidden bad loans
  3. An elusive quest to internationalize renminbi
  4. Need to go beyond GST

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  1. India opposes attempts of rich nations to stall WTO’s Doha Round talks
  2. India always for better ties with Nepal: Sushma

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  1. The myth of Intolerant India
  2. Ending politics of remission
  3. Intolerance fuels radicalisation

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  1. ‘Pained by devastation’, PM announces Rs. 1,000 crore more

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  1. G77, China mount sharp attack on rich nations
  2. Be scared

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  1. Is India actually free of polio?
  2. Intolerance fuels radicalisation
  3. Myanmar’s best hope
  4. Wasn’t the world always modern?
  5. Declining per capita protein intake spells trouble
  6. The real outrage
  7. There is no clash of civilizations and terrorism isn’t jihad

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News Update : 03rd Dec. 2015

News Update : 03rd day of Dec. 2015

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)

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  1. On hold and accommodative
  2. Tourism could be India’s largest employer while simultaneously reducing the gender imbalance
  3. BRICS Bank’s Kazbekov welcomes yuan’s inclusion in IMF reserve currency basket

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  1. Navies are for more than just fighting
  2. Deal to end blockade reached: Nepal Deputy PM
  3. At WTO talks, India to oppose bid at dilution
  4. IS’s statehood project lies in tatters

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  1. Trolled over intolerance
  2. Minister Vs Officer
  3. Constitution Day after
  4. Making a beginning
  5. After the deluge
  6. Govt. completes 26 per cent of National Highways target

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  1. Dark clouds & a silver lining
  2. Rain-battered Chennai mounts heroic rescue operations

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  1. Innovative ideas on green energy showcased at COP21
  2. Centre to amend 2 laws to meet climate goals

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News Update : 02nd Dec. 2015

News Update : 02nd day of Dec. 2015

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)

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  1. Not there yet
  2. Simply put: Dragon now in basket, how will SDR change? 
  3. Rajan keeps repo rate unchanged, stresses ‘accommodative stance’ to continue

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  1. Something better
  2. No diplomacy by stealth
  3. Prelude to the next big conflict?
  4. Durable formula
  5. Terror, climate among BRICS focus areas

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  1. Now Don’t Pass The Buck
  2. Time to abolish criminal defamation
  3. Gujarat’s controversial Labour Laws Bill gets Presidential assent

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  1. In Paris, a chance to lead
  2. Eye on the Sun, India takes lead in power Alliance
  3. Towards an ambitious and fair deal
  4. Sins of emission and remission: India, America, and the resource COP out

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News Update : 01st Dec. 2015

News Update : 01st day of Dec. 2015

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)

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  1. IMF names yuan global reserve currency

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  1. China hosts first BRICS media summit
  2. End the stand-off
  3. A US-inspired opening

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  1. Sans vision, Modi’s foreign policy stumbles
  2. Congress terms on GST
  3. Unshackling the states from central schemes

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  1. Raja-Mandala: Modi’s multilateral moment
  2. $7-billion pledge for clean energy research
  3. Airtel to invest Rs 60,000 crore in ‘Project Leap’

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News Update : 30th Nov. 2015

News Update : 30th day of Nov. 2015

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)

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  1. Setback at WTO as demand to continue talks on Doha set aside

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  1. Through Bangladesh, a development shortcut for Northeast

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  1. Secularism and the Constitution
  2. Through Bangladesh, a development shortcut for Northeast
  3. Reforming or risking water governance?
  4. Celebrate constitutionalism

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  1. India questions OECD claim on climate finance
  2. Why India must up the stakes in Paris
  3. A Manhattan Project For Coal

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News Update : 29th Nov. 2015

News Update : 29th day of Nov. 2015

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)

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  1. Need to fine-tune Gold Monetisation Scheme: RBI governor Rajan

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  1. Delhi-Dhaka ties crucial ahead of war crimes execution

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  1. SC verdict on dance bars raises hope the show will go on

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  1. Climate talks start Monday: Paris hosts world for the earth 
  2. Government advances roll out of BS-V and BS-VI norms for 4-wheelers
  3. A gulf of trouble for Mannar, India’s climate change hotspot

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News Update : 28th Nov. 2015

News Update : 28th day of Nov. 2015

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)

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  1. Structural reforms: now the difficult, fiscal part
  2. Gold Bond Scheme gets response worth Rs.246 cr

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  1. Just say yes
  2. Bridging the distance
  3. Human development holds the key
  4. France vows to destroy the ‘army of fanatics’

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  1. Minister’s responsibility
  2. Unhealthy defiance
  3. Incentivize long-term farm investment to reduce distress
  4. Constitution is our holy book: PM
  5. Devadasis: SC pulls up Centre for delay in response

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  1. Simply put: Test for cricket’s pink-ball moment
  2. Grasp the climate moment
  3. Israel tests hi-tech surface-to-air missile co-developed with India
  4. The radicalisation myth: Islam doesn’t propagate hatred, it teaches equality 
  5. Sundarbans to become separate district next year

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News Update : 27th Nov. 2015

News Update : 27th day of Nov. 2015

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)

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  1. RBI allows foreign investors to buy bonds in default

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  1. Straws in the Paris wind
  2. Political shift in Argentina

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  1. A ritual mourning
  2. Warning signals from the Valley
  3. 33% quota for women in forces
  4. Why activists are worried about proposed changes to India’s child labour law 
  5. Secularism laid out on dissection table

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  1. Long range missile flight tested successfully
  2. Why every patriot should be worried, and, yes, ashamed 
  3. N-capable Prithvi-II test-fired successfully
  4. Battle for recognition
  5. Hindutva’s Macaulayputras: By prohibiting sensuality, Censor Board and moral police confuse Victorian with Hindu values

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News Update : 26th Nov. 2015

News Update : 26th day of Nov. 2015

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)

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  1. 7th Pay Commission, low capacity utilization and the impact on inflation
  2. In fact: Creation of TIN and the leap in India’s direct tax collections
  3. India toughens stand at WTO after safeguards proposal blocked
  4. RBI: Permanent liquidity key
  5. From non-performing to performing

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  1. A fragile coalition

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  1. A day to celebrate our Constitution
  2. Looking for a winter turnaround

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  1. Going solar
  2. 2015 likely to be hottest year on record: WMO

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News Update : 25th Nov. 2015

News Update : 25th day of Nov. 2015

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)

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  1. GST: Think of the economy, not politics
  2. Central bank’s hands are tied

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  1. A tepid look to East

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  1. Rural distress worsens across India
  2. Winter session: The business of Parliament
  3. Consumer in electricity regulation

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  1. The pulse of the matter
  2. India to press for equity at climate talks
  3. Solar power: make hay while the sun shines
  4. Not without our girls

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