Must Read News Articles – April 10

The Hindu

Front Page / NATIONAL

Olive Ridley eggs hatch in thousands: Odisha is a major mass nesting site for Olive ridley turtles in India.

Indian team in U.S. for defence technology talks: A Defence Ministry delegation is in the U.S. to discuss the entire range of cooperation under the Defence Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI).

States pan ‘politicisation’ of Governor’s role: At Inter-State Council meet, general consensus among them that the post is being misused in an ‘unhealthy’ manner.

AICTE all set to release model exam format: The All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has set the ball rolling for the provision of a model examination format to technical education institutions to test the students’ understanding of concepts and skills, as part of a slew of reforms finalised recently by the technical education regulator.


Clarity and facts on the ground: It’s essential that the Supreme Court speedily hears the Aadhaar petitions.

None for the road: SC should examine the consequence ofits order on the liquor trade — and amend it.

Stepping up to a shared potential: As liberal democracies, India and Australia can encourage free trade and help safeguard the Indo-Pacific.


Russia – a forgotten trade partner?: India’s 2015 goods exports to Russia were worth just $1.6 billion, compared with $40.3 billion to the U.S.

Indian Express

A court order, a consensus from below: Regulationists and other critics of SC order must answer: Just how much liquor on a highway, or in an area generally, would be too much? Or are they for free flow of alcohol, at all times and everywhere?

Live Mint

Will the GST increase political fragmentation?: The GST is being rolled out in a political economy context characterized by skyrocketing economic disparity both between and within major states.




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