Daily News Prescription – 7th Oct., 2019

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By target2020 October 7, 2019 08:34

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Polity

Page 10 EDITORIAL: A Bill that undercuts key constitutional values: There is ample evidence that the protection of minorities is not the genuine objective of the Citizenship Amendment Bill.

Page 13: Centre ‘in the dark’ on detentions, curbs: To an RTI query, Home Ministry says it has no info and directs the applicant to the J&K administration.

Page 12: Budget work to start on October 14: The Finance Ministry will start its pre-Budget work from October 14 onwards, according to a circular it sent to all Ministries and Departments.

Page 10: Sedition annoyance: On the case against celebrities: The lower judiciary should not act reflexively on frivolous, politically motivated complaints.

Page 11: Criticism is not sedition: The threat of sedition leads to unauthorized self-censorship and has a chilling effect on free speech.

Social Issues 

Page 4: An oasis of knowledge within Tihar prison walls: From computer applications to English, inmates are learning and imparting new skills to each other at an institute opened recently on jail premises.

Page 15: Scholarships: Saksham Scholarship Scheme and Pragati Scholarship for Girls

International Issues

Page 1: Dhaka says it’s reassured by Modi’s briefing on NRC: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s foreign policy adviser Gowher Rizvi says Dhaka officials won’t comment on what politicians say.

Page 14: No talks unless U.S. stops hostile policies: N. Korea: North Korea said on Sunday it has “no intention” to continue nuclear talks unless the U.S. takes steps to end hostilities.

Page 10: Best friends for now: On New Delhi-Dhaka ties: India and Bangladesh share a great relationship, but areas of concern remain.


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Economy

Page 10 EDITORIAL: A road to economic revival runs through agriculture: The current growth slowdown is an ideal time to implement doable agricultural reforms.

Page 1: Centre’s steps help to cool off onion prices: Onion producers, however, have called an agitation, with one farmers’ group threatening a strike if the export ban is not lifted.

Environment

Page 1: Supreme Court Bench to hear Aarey forest case today: The Supreme Court will on Monday hear a plea against the felling of 2,646 trees at the Aarey colony by the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL).

Page 13: India starts sharing maritime data: The Information Fusion Centre – Indian Ocean Region (IFC-IOR) set up last year has started functioning as an information-sharing hub of maritime data.

Page 9: RERA Act applicable to plots sold under the industrial project: The Tamil Nadu Real Estate Appellate Tribunal (TNREAT) has upheld a ruling by the Tamil Nadu Real Estate Regulatory Authority (TNRERA).

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By target2020 October 7, 2019 08:34