14-03-2017

the hindu
1.For a bold foreign policy.

National interest is not served by avoiding problems left over by a previous order

The strategic choices before us today are similar to the ones U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are facing: in a fast-changing world, national interest is not served by avoiding problems left over by a previous order.

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2.Market will find its way.

Government must not intervene in the battle between cab aggregators and drivers as long as the law is not broken

In the recent battle between cab aggregators and their drivers, the consumer seems to have been forgotten.

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3.Scotland seeks to exit U.K.

First Minister Sturgeon to ask Parliament next week to approve referendum

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will ask the Scottish Parliament for authority next week for a second referendum on Scottish independence.

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tio
1. Your Right To Be A Parent.
The Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill 2016 discriminates against unmarried people and LGBT couples
While the objective of the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016 tabled in Parliament recently is mainly to regulate the surrogacy services in the country , some of its provisions indicate a blemished mechanism and lack of research and homework on the subject.

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2. Scotland seeks to exit UK in 2nd referendum.
Wants To Stay In EU; Downing St Dubs It Divisive
Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon on Monday said she will be seeking the parliament’s permission to hold a referendum on Scotland’s independence from the UK, a move described as “divisive“ by Downing Street.

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1.Why the media missed the ‘Tsunamo’.

The Bharatiya Janata Party’s spectacular victory in Uttar Pradesh and its impressive performance in three other states has stunned commentators and psephologists alike.  read more

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