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3-June-2016

3-June-2016

the hindu
1.Why go it alone?

India has traditionally displayed a self-imposed ‘unilateral bias’ in addressing key challenges in the neighbourhood and near abroad. The limits of this approach are evident read more

2.Apps within wheels

The rapid spread of new mobility services such as Uber and Ola taxis presents a regulatory dilemma for transport administrators. read more

3.Germany irks Turkey over 'Genocide'

The German Parliament overwhelmingly approved a motion labelling the killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks a century ago as genocide, a decision that  read more

4.CSO estimates overstate GDP:analysts.

The Central Statistics Office’s GDP figures released on Tuesday overstates the extent of growth, according to analysts  read more

5.Reserve Bank tells lenders to expedite cyber security policy.

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has told commercial banks to ‘immediately’ put in place a cyber security policy, duly approved by the board, in the wake of increasing cyber attacks in the financial system.  read more

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1.Clear the Air

Areport of Central Pollution Control Board suggests all is not lost in India’s battle to improve air quality. Levels of PM10, or coarse pollution particles, have dipped over time in some cities, possibly on account of a transition to superior vehicle emission standards. read more

2.Universal cancer vaccinr get a step closer.

Scientists have inched closer towards creating a universal vaccine against cancer that makes the body’s immune system attack tumours as if they were a virus, experts have said. read more

3.Rajya Sabha Race.

As the race for Rajya Sabha seats hots up, the rules of the game & top picks….  read more

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1.Reforms with a Human face must to curb Slavery.

The distressing findings of the 2016 Global Slavery Index, especially about India, would not come as a rude shock to those familiar with the 2014 Index.  read more

2.States must take the cue from P.M.

The decision to raise the retirement age of doctors in the Central Government Health Service (CGHS) to 65 has not come a day too soon. Prime Minister  read more

3.Shift work may lead to severe strokes:study.

A new study has found that shift work can put workers out of sync with their body clocks, leading to more severe strokes.read more

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