Must Read News Articles – April 24

The Hindu

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Step up spending on infra, PM tells States: NITI Aayog formulating 15-year vision plan.

SC bats for the rights of Internet users: More and more problems make their way to the court.

Heat claimed 4,620 lives in four years: Over 4,620 people died in India due to severe heat wave over the last four years, of which only Andhra Pradesh and Telangana accounted for about 92 per cent, according to the government data.

BEL, ECIL to make VVPAT machines: Panel issues letter of intent to PSUs.

Cyprus sees role for India: Thinks New Delhi can help in unification efforts as it is close to Ankara.

Corruption, the top pain: poll: Corruption and the ways to fight it remain a major concern for the people, if the poll for pledges taken under the New India campaign run by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on March 12 is any indicator.

Now, Australia wants a LEMOA: But India would rather have its agreement with the U.S. operationalised first.

Beijing’s Belt-Road plan overshadows BCIM meet: Study Group on economic corridor evokes little interest.


Tale of two sections: It’s time 295A and 153A of the IPC are revisited, to end vexatious criminal prosecution.

At war with itself: Afghanistan and its allies need a coherent, gritty plan to roll back Taliban advances.


SEBI lines up reforms to check flow of black money: New guidelines planned for offshore derivative instruments.

Centre mulls nodal body for transport: A unified ministry to deliver a multi-modal system planned.

Indian Express

Live Mint

Global economics: Why financial cycles matter: The financial cycle often does not move in sync with the business cycle.

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