Must Read News Articles – November 6

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Seize the opportunity: (The Hindu, Editorial)

The judiciary should now exercise a firm grip over criminal cases involving politicians.

Government Policies

Centre plans to set up more commercial courts: (The Hindu)

Crucial to go further up in Ease of Doing Business ranking.

International Relations

Beyond big game hunting: (The Hindu, Editorial)

Ahead of the Quadrilateral meeting, PM Modi must be cautious about bringing big powers into South Asia.

International Agreements

Warring over disarmament in the UN: (Live Mint, Editorial)

At the crux of the bitter disarmament contest in the United Nations are two competing pathways towards a world free of nuclear weapons.

India and neighbors

The new oil game: (Indian Express, Editorial)

China is showing increasing interest in the Middle East. India must track its moves.



PSU banks may get Rs. 70,000 cr. via recap bonds in four months: (The Hindu)

Funding is part of Centre’s Rs. 2.11 lakh cr. recapitalisation plan.

Decoding GST forms: (The Hindu)

The GSTR-1 deals with outward supplies. That is, it needs to be filled out by the supplier on a detailed basis, providing the invoice details of every transaction for the return period.

India is right to focus on ease of doing business: (Indian Express, Editorial)

India’s jump in ease of doing business rankings will hopefully be a spur for further reforms, which, if successful, will lead both to a better business environment and greater prosperity for all.

Demonetisation: A resounding success: (Live Mint, Editorial)

Demonetisation has provided Indian citizens an opportunity to reimagine not only their currency, but also their social mores, honesty, and compliance with law.


Farm to distant shores: (Indian Express, Editorial)

India can be competitive in cereals, pulses and oilseeds trade if policymakers invest in creating value chains. Policies that restrict exports should go.

Prelims Related News

Navy to use U.S. aircraft launch system in ship:

The Navy is likely to go for an advanced catapult-based aircraft launch mechanism (CATOBAR) from the U.S. for its second indigenous aircraft carrier (IAC-II). It will have to choose between two mechanisms for the second indigenous aircraft carrier.

INSV Tarini on second leg of circumnavigation:

Indian Navy Sailing Vessel Tarini set sail on Sunday morning from Fremantle, Australia, on the second leg of its global circumnavigation expedition with an all-woman crew.


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