Must Read News Articles – May 11

The Hindu

Front Page / NATIONAL

Funds to political parties: Govt. may amend FCRA again: Home Ministry will seek the Attorney-General’s opinion to amend the repealed Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) 1976, which barred foreign donations to political parties.

Supreme Court plans to go paperless: The Integrated Case Management Information System (ICMIS) will allow a litigant to digitally file a case and watch its progress on a real-time basis.

Multidrug-resistant TB will rise in India, says new study: By 2040, 12.4% of patients in the country will have that variant


Triple talaq and the Constitution: The Supreme Court cannot decide this case without engaging in a series of complex and difficult choices.

Navigating the new silk road: China’s Belt and Road Initiative reflects global trends and a new paradigm which India can support and shape


Rail regulator to define performance standards: India’s first rail regulator, Rail Development Authority (RDA), would not just look at tariff structures for passenger and freight operations but also set standards of performance and efficiency that would be enforceable under the Railways Act.

Indian Express

A sacred geography: PM Modi’s second visit to Sri Lanka must help restore deeper cultural connect between the two nations.

Live Mint

Indian healthcare must be evidence-based: Healthcare policy has relied on pharmaceutical and equipment advances, but evidence-based policymaking has been absent when it comes to service delivery.

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