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Must Read Current Affairs Articles – March 9th, 2021

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We are posting Today’s Must Read Current Affairs Articles below:

About Must Read News Articles: Must Read News Articles is an initiative by Team ForumIAS to provide links to the most important news articles of the day. It covers several newspapers such as The Hindu, Indian Express, Livemint, etc. This saves the time and effort of students in identifying useful and important articles. With newspaper websites requiring a paid subscription beyond a certain number of fixed articles, we believe that it is one of the best ways to cover all major newspapers in the shortest amount of time.

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GS Paper 2

Explained: Revisiting the quota template

SC seeks States’ views on 50% cap on quota

Syllabus Topic – Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population by the Centre and States

Chinmay Tumbe writes: The real victims of nativist labour laws? Low-income migrant workers (indianexpress.com)

Haryana’s new ‘75% jobs for locals’ law is a harbinger of doom

Syllabus Topic – Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population by the Centre and States

‘Only half of govt. schools, anganwadis have tap water’

Syllabus Topic – Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health

Explained: In recent controversies, IIMs and the question of autonomy | Explained News

Syllabus Topic – Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Education

The contours of the endgame in Afghanistan

Syllabus Topic –  India and its neighbourhood- relations

Pursuing the American dream with ‘WFA’

Syllabus Topic – Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India’s interests

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Budget estimates for Environment ministry lowest in 3 yrs, Rs 900 cr additional funds needed: House panel | The Indian Express

Syllabus Topic – Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation, environmental impact assessment

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