Must Read News Articles – May 30

The Hindu


Cyclone Mora: The cyclonic storm ‘Mora’ in the Bay of Bengal is expected to make a landfall.

Germany looks eastward as it welcomes Modi: Angela Merkel believes the U.S. and the U.K are no longer dependable and her nation hence has to shift its gaze and find new friends.

More Akash systems for Army: Defence Acquisition Council bats for indigenously developed missiles.


A way out for her too: Muslim women are not without remedy if they want to end their marital ties.

Shocking cover-up: Awareness is key to containing Zika. Why did the Health Ministry keep three cases secret?

The flow of funds in India: An alternative lens to understand economic transformation.


‘Revision of rates left to GST Council’: The decision on revising the tax rates fixed on various goods and services has been left to the discretion of the GST Council, Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC).

SEBI targets participatory note norms: The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) plans to further tighten norms for issuance of offshore derivative instruments (ODIs) and participatory notes (PNs) as part of its overall effort to reduce the exposure investors take via such instruments in the Indian equity market.

Social impact of note ban not gauged: The World Bank has said the social impact of demonetisation may have been greater as the informal economy was likely to have been hit especially hard.

Indian Express

Ignore the jobs doomsayers: Notion that India has peaked in manufacturing & IT employment is at best premature, at worst, dishonest.

NATO loses its grip: Brussels summit of leaders of the free world made news — on its sidelines.

Live Mint

The Aadhaar legal framework is broken: The regulations are weak on grievance redressal and completely absent in the case of authentication and data security.

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