Must Read News Articles-June 28th 2019


Bombay High Court upholds reservation for Marathas
The High Court has upheld the reservation for the Marathas, but has said it should be 12%-13% and not 16% as approved by state legislature

National mission on natural language translation soon

The Ministry of Electronics and IT will soon place before the Union Cabinet a Rs. 450 cr proposal for National Language Translation.


India’s high tariff unacceptable: Trump

Terming India’s high tariffs on US product unacceptable, Trump says he will take up the issue with PM Modi at G-20 summit in OSaka

Modi holds talks with Abe

PM Modi held talks with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in Osaka on global economy, fugitive economic offenders and disaster management.

Will The idea of ‘one nation, one poll’ work in India?

The article discusses on the implications of the proposed move by the govt

BIMSTEC, a viable option
Unlike SAARC, it provides an opportunity for cultural, economic and social cooperation in the region

At the High Table
India must think big as it takes a step towards a non permanent seat on the UNSC

Prudent Prescription
An RBI’s panel suggestion on the MSME sector cut to the heart of crucial issues.

SEBI tightens norms for MF investments
In a reaction to a series of credit related events that put investor money at risk, markets regulator SEBI has tightened norms on investment by mutual funds

NBFC crisis separated the good from the bad, says RBI
The RBI in its Financial stability Report has said that the on going crisis in the NBFC sector has brought it under greater market discipline

NPA’s Down, credit growth picking up: RBI
The RBI in its Financial Stability report has observed that Gross nonperforming assets in banking sector has declined for second consecutive half year, whle credit growth is picking up

Govt. revamps WPI revision team
The govt has reconstituted the working group tasked with reviving the current WPI

Cut logistic cost to 9% of GDP, Goyal tells states
Commerce and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday asked the various transport ministries to find ways to reduce logistic cost  in the country to 9% of GDP by 2022 from the current 14%

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