Must Read Current Affairs Articles I 2nd Feb. 2021

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GS-Paper 2

Govt. agrees to maintain States’ share in the divisible pool of taxes

The Hindu Page – 2

States allowed enhanced 4% of GSDP borrowing

The Hindu Page – 1

Syllabus Topic – issues and challenges pertaining to the federal structure, devolution of powers and finances up to local levels and challenges therein

Water supply, Swachh Bharat 2.0 missions for urban areas

The Hindu Page – 8

Portal to collect data on gig workers: govt.

The Hindu Page – 9

₹50,000 cr. for National Research Foundation

The Hindu Page – 8

Despite some hits, the Budget has crucial misses

The Hindu Page – 10

Syllabus Topic – Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health, Education, Human Resources

A Budget that fails to address the hunger pandemic

The Hindu Page – 11

Syllabus Topic – Hunger and Malnutrition

For New Delhi, the tightrope on Myanmar is back

The Hindu Page – 19

Syllabus Topic – India and its neighbourhood- relations

GS-Paper 3

Budget 2021 Covid-19 impact (

Indian Express Page -20

Easing credit: To fund growth cycle, a bad bank and a DFI |The Indian Express

Indian Express Page -1 

Stake sale expected to fetch ₹1.75 lakh crore

The Hindu Page – 2

Syllabus Topic – Indian Economy – Mobilisation of resources

The Finance Minister has delivered, but the road ahead is long

The Hindu Page – 11

Syllabus Topic – Indian Economy – Employment

Carrying over fiscal conservatism

The Hindu Page – 10

Syllabus Topic – Indian Economy – Fiscal Policy

Centre to amalgamate market laws into single code

The Hindu Page – 3

Syllabus Topic – Indian Economy – Financial Market

Govt. mulls ₹3 lakh-crore plan to revive discoms

The Hindu Page – 3

Syllabus Topic – Indian Economy – Energy and infrastructure

Start-ups to get tax holiday till March 2022

The Hindu Page – 6

5 fishing harbours to be modernised

The Hindu Page – 7

Auto sector welcomes vehicle scrappage policy

The Hindu Page – 4

Syllabus Topic – Indian Economy – Transport, Environment and Industries

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