06-September-2016

the hindu

As the office of THE HINDU were closed on September 5 on account of Vinayaka Chaturthi, there is no issue of news paper on September 6

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1.Sedition charges only on those inciting violence: SC

The Supreme Court on Monday said that sedition cases could only be instituted against people engaged in the acts of inciting violence or creating public disorder against the state, read more

2.Advanced economies switching to 3G, but affordable 2G most popular

Prior to the 1980s, when cellular telephones were introduced, commercial mobile communication was based on radio telephones usually installed in vehicles. read more

3.Can corporate house invoke criminal defamation law against citizen

Can a corporate house be allowed to use its might against a citizen by invoking criminal defamation law?  read more

4. Reject Protectionism

The G20 summit in Hangzhou, China, had an important takeaway. There is wide support for Chinese President Xi Jinping’s call to end protectionism and build a more open global economy.  read more

5.’Unified interface to be fourth option for e-comm payments’

The Unified Payments Interface (UPI) had generated much excitement even before it was launched.  read more

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1.NCRB Data a Wake-Up call to protect children

The National Crime Records Bureau for 2015 revealed that 95 per cent of those who sexually abused children were persons known to the victim,  read more

2.Importantance of whole person healing

Treating a sick human being as a whole person is an old concept even in western medicine in the olden days,read more

3.Patel assumes charge, balancing inflation, rate cuts the main challenge

Urjit Patel, deputy governor of the RBI until a day ago, slipped into his new role as the 24th Governor of the Reserve Bank of India on Monday, read more

4.Four out of six great apes near extinction

Four of the six apes, including the eastern Gorilla- the largest living primate and one of our closest cousins – are now critically Endangered. read more

5.Artificial intelligence to help accurately spot lung diseases better

Artificial Intelligence or machine learning can be used to help improve the accuracy of the diagnosis in lung diseases,read more

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