Must Read News Articles – February 4


The Hindu

Front Page / NATIONAL

‘Substantial progress in Manipur tripartite talks’: State government likely to partially agree to demands of Naga body.

‘17.3 lakh new cancer cases by 2020’: Non-communicable diseases account for 53% deaths in India, of which 6% are cancer deaths: FMRI.

A 21st century find spotlights prehistoric rock art: Carvings in Wayanad district excite archaeologists, echoing discovery of Edakkal caves.

Can’t compare U.S. vetting order with Indian Bill: Panel: Under the Citizenship Act of 1955, an applicant for citizenship requires to have resided in India for the last 12 months and for 11 years.


Tarred by the oil spill: The destruction caused to a significant part of the Chennai coastline from the oil spill that followed a collision between two ships is both tragic and ironic.


How many people withdraw ₨1 lakh a month from savings accounts?: The signs are clearly visible of a move towards digitization.

Reformist Budget unveiled: Budget 2017-18, coming at a time of global uncertainty, is a pragmatic, growth-oriented and smart policy statement, taking forward the reform agenda in a convincing and progressive manner. Its stand-out features are many and innovative.

Indian Express

Trade, Transit, Peace: Can Kashmir become the link between South and Central Asia?

No proof required: Not business as usual: Budget 2017-18 is probably the most brilliant economic and political document since the path-breaking budget of 1991.

Live Mint

India in 10 years: Healthcare sector will see radical consolidation: Apart from the government, three-four large players, some of them international giants, will dominate 80% of the market.

India in 10 years: The beginning of a digital era of inclusive finance: A revolution is brewing in the financial ecosystem that will extend the benefits of formal financial services to the masses.

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