Must Read News Articles – November 6


The Hindu

Front Page / NATIONAL

Retired judges to wield the gavel again: It took the government six months to agree to a resolution passed by the judiciary to re-employ them to cut pendency.


Address fishermen issue: India and Sri Lanka have agreed to set up a Joint Working Group on Fisheries (JWG) and a hotline between their Coast Guards to address the long-standing issue of fishermen.

India-China border talks slated for next year: Both sides appreciated that 2016 is an important year for bilateral engagement, with President Xi Jinping’s visit to India for the BRICS Summit and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to China for the G-20 Summit being the major highlights of high-level exchanges.

May visits India under a cloud of uncertainty: British PM’s first trade mission will test appetite for post-Brexit Britain.


NCBS researchers find a biomarker for stress-induced memory loss: Discovery of a biomarker — a reduction in hippocampal volume at an early time point after the onset of chronic stress.


Banks’ inability to lend hindering private investment: Domestic investment is the only growth engine that still needs to pick up and banks must recover their loans to help boost private investment.

AERA to hold talks on new airport tariff: The Airport Economic Regulatory Authority (AERA) has initiated a process to adopt a hybrid-till approach for calculating airport fees and the regulator is slated to hold talks with airlines and airport operators.

Anti-dumping duty on met coke bane to steel industry: The Ministry of Commerce had last year initiated anti-dumping investigation on import of low ash met coke from Australia and China and this has resulted in the sharp increase in the price of this key raw material.

Waterways project nod sought: Union Shipping Ministry will seek Cabinet approval for the Jal Marg Vikas project, under which National Waterways-1 is being implemented.

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