Daily News Prescription – 9th Oct., 2019

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By target2020 October 9, 2019 08:55

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Social Issues

Page 9 : Rural children breastfed more: survey: Breastfeeding is inversely proportional to household wealth and other factors, says study.

Page 9 : Children face rising risk of diabetes, high cholesterol: Many of them have chance of developing kidney disease.

International Issues
Page 1 : India, China ties are of global significance: envoy: Over the past year, the two sides have actively implemented the important consensus between the two leaders, upgraded and improved the quality of China-India relations, says Ambassador Sun.

Page 14 :U.S. blacklists top Chinese firms over ‘rights violations’: Officials say the action not tied to upcoming trade talks.

Page 11 : A life in the balance : India has other options to seek enforcement of the ICJ’s verdict in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case.

Page 11 :‘Regional disputes should be resolved through dialogue and consultation’: Over the past year, the two sides have actively implemented the important consensus between the two leaders, upgraded and improved the quality of China-India relations, says Ambassador Sun.

Page 11 : Towards a strategic partnership: The exchanges between India and Mexico this week represent an opportunity to strengthen bilateral ties


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Science and Technology

Page 1: Canadian­ American, two Swiss stargazers win Physics Nobel: This year’s Nobel Prize in Physics rewards new understanding of the Universe’s structure and history, and the first discovery of a planet orbiting a solar-type star outside our solar system.

Page 14 : Trio win medicine Nobel Prize: William Kaelin, Gregg Semenza of US and Peter Ratcliffe of UK received this year’s award for physiology or medicine, the Nobel Assembly said in a statement.

Economy 

Page 16 : FPI flows stay muted post tax rate cuts: ‘IMF, ADB cutting growth forecast, trade war, Trump impeachment inquiry weigh on global investors’
Page 16 : Govt. unveils faceless I-T assessment, opens National e-Assessment Centre: ‘e-Assessment to bring about efficiency by eliminating human interface’

Page 16 : Textile industry seeks steps to boost exports: The textile industry has sought immediate release of refunds under various government schemes to ease the liquidity crunch faced by manufacturers and exporters.

Environment 

Page 9 : India to work with China, Pakistan to gauge impact of climate change: A regional centre will help to better forecast impact on Hindu Kush mountains.

Page 10 : Stirring up the truth about ZBNF: Zero Budget Natural Farming has no scientific validation and its inclusion into agricultural policy appears unwise.

Page 10 : Rethinking water management issues:  NITI Aayog’s strategy for water resources is a continuation of failed policies of the past

Security and related issues

Page 1 : Rajnath receives first Rafale: After the handing over, the Defence Minister performed shastra puja on the aircraft, and also flew a sortie on it.

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By target2020 October 9, 2019 08:55