Must Read News Articles – May 23

The Hindu

Front Page / NATIONAL

After 84 years, cobra lily blooms again: ‘Critically endangered’ endemic plant species recently rediscovered in the Nilgiris.

Army set to get 11 Apache helicopters: After several years of wrangling, the Army and the Indian Air Force (IAF) are likely to get the Apache multi-role attack helicopters from the U.S.

No room for India yet in NSG: China: Beijing says its position on non-NPT members’ participation in the group has not changed.


Hack it if you can: The EC’s challenge to political parties to prove EVMs can be hacked is a welcome move.

An unequal burden: The Paris Climate Agreement recognises that all countries have responsibilities. However, the developed world needs to shoulder the major funding requirement.


RBI outlines action plan for resolving stressed loans: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has outlined a broad plan to resolve stressed assets at lenders in the wake of the amendment of the Banking Regulation Act earlier this month.

Smallest nation joins solar alliance: Nauru is the sixth country to ratify the International Solar Alliance Framework.

Indian Express

Live Mint

Emerging frontiers for India-Russia ties: To resuscitate this atrophying relationship, focus on sunrise sectors such as quantum computing, Artificial Intelligence and cybersecurity.

Banking ordinance opens up Pandora’s box: It does not change the status quo, where good money is thrown after bad and no real resolution of NPAs takes place.

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