Must Read News Articles-July 1st 2019



Nagaland to initiate its own version of NRC from July 10

Nagaland has decided to start a variant of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) that neighbouring Assam is updating.

Most see free legal aid as last ditch option: Report

According to a report, a majority of the people who are entitled to the free legal aid system see the service as an option only when they cannot afford a private lawyer.

WHO brings in norms on self-care interventions

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has launched its first guidelines on self-care interventions for health

Among members: on G-20 Osaka summit

Glaring bilateral and global issues were highlighted at the recent G-20 summit

It’s time to act, not do more research

Professor Philip G. Altbach puts forward a set of recommendations for revamping India’s education system.

Start with preventive care

Prathap C. Reddy, Chairman, Apollo Hospitals Group advocates that doctors have to be the harbingers of change in the attitudes and approaches towards healthcare.


Centre to celebrate 2 years of GST today

The Centre will celebrate two years of the Goods and Services Tax on 1st July.

Cooperative helps take tribal crafts to Amazon’s global marketplace

The Centre’s Tribal Cooperative Marketing Federation (TRIFED) has signed an agreement to partner with the Amazon’s Global Selling Programme.

Procedural concerns in focus as GST enters third year

As the Goods and Services Tax (GST) enters its third year, tax consultants and industry groups point to the imperative need to ease the complexity surrounding procedures.

New framework: on SEBI’s norms for mutual fund investments

The SEBI regulations for mutual funds will help restore investor confidence

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