Must Read News Articles – November 10

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Art and Culture

It takes a village (The Hindu)

Audience and actors share their stories during a Playback Theatre show at Oragadam, a suburb on the outskirts of the city


Indian Constitution and Polity

Constitutional Bench to hear plea to BID sway (The Hindu)

CBI has lodged an FIR in which a former Orissa High Court judge has been named as an accused.

International relations

India China boarder talk next month (The Hindu)

India and China will hold the 20th round of border talks at December-end, the first since the 73-day stand-off at Doklam.

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GST council to tighten norms for composition (The Hindu)

The twenty-third meeting of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council in Guwahati on Friday is set to tighten the noose on players who, authorities believe, have started splitting their business operations into smaller entities to avoid higher tax liabilities.

Will recapitalization fix NPAs  (The Hindu Opinion)

The move on the part of the government to inject capital of ₹2.11 lakh crore into public sector banks (PSBs) is commendable and a decisive step.

India plans 20GW solar tender, eyes domestic manufacturing boost? (Live Mint)

The pecking order (The Hindu Opinion)

Lack of hygiene and cruelty towards birs(poultry) such as confining them in battery cages, has impacted those who consume meat or eggs.


Olive Ridleys keep date with Odisha (The Hindu)

Olive Ridley turtles have kept their date with Gahirmatha beach in Odisha’s Kendrapara district, known as world’s largest rookery of this endangered species, arriving just offshore for mating in large numbers.

For a wider cover (The Hindu Opinion)

India needs to design its tree-based programmes better to meet climate goals

Icrisat Researchers Help Raise Groundnut Cro

Dual strategy involves inserting alfalfa genes into the plants to boost immunity and a gene silencing technique to prevent aflatoxin production

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