Must Read News Articles – March 16

The Hindu

Front Page / NATIONAL

India hosts world’s oldest algae fossil: New find in the Chitrakoot region of U.P. and M.P. may rewrite evolution timeline.

Science unravels spiders’ giant appetite: The world’s spiders eat 400-800 million tonnes of insects every year — as much meat and fish as humans consume over the same period, a study has found.


Gauntlet at Sukma: The Maoist ambush suggests that the state has a lot more to do to establish its writ.

An exit from Brexit?: A second independence referendum for Scotland would open up a new bunch of questions.

A lost opportunity: How the Maternity Benefit Bill fails to enable gender parity.


‘Bad loans slowing, remain a challenge’: The core problem of NPAs is with large corporates in steel, power, infra and textile sectors.

Centre unveils plan for export infra: The Rs. 600 crore-scheme is aimed at strengthening India’s trade competitiveness.

Indian Express

Live Mint

Bumps in the road for India-US trade: India is likely to find a Donald Trump-led US a less yielding partner in the quest to reach $500 billion in bilateral trade.

Democratizing innovation and entrepreneurship: There is a widely accepted consensus that private venture investment in many sectors has not matched their business potential.

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