Must Read News Articles-September 24th 2019

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Shah moots 1 card for all utilities

Union Home Minister Amit Shah mooted the idea of a multipurpose identity card for citizens with all utilities like Aadhaar, passport, driving licence and bank accounts.

60% PM-JAY money was paid for tertiary care

Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana which completed an year recorded 46.4 lakh hospital treatments.

Healthy life a basic right, Prime Minister Modi tells UN meet

India’s experience and capabilities in providing affordable healthcare is available for use to all developing countries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the first-ever high-level meeting on Universal Health Coverage in New York

India, Emirates discuss areas of future cooperation

India and the United Arab Emirates discussed areas for future cooperation, including growth opportunities for Indian banks, and the potential for private banks operating at the Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) to offer private wealth services in India

Inequality of another kind

Why the right to Internet access and digital literacy should be recognised as a right in itself

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PM Modi vows to more than double India’s non-fossil fuel target to 450 GW by 2022

India’s renewable energy target will be increased to 450 GW, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at the United Nations Climate Action Summit

Survey of dragonflies hints at impact of floods

A survey of dragonflies and damselflies held in the Silent Valley National Park (SVNP) has discovered eight new species, but reported an alarming decrease in the odonate population

Climate justice through judicial diktat

The Supreme Court has erred in the Maradu case by placing the liability squarely on the apartment owners

Making the grand Indian PSB mergers work

Only a visionary leadership can bring the efficiency parameters of the merged entities in line with those of private banks

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