Must Read News Articles-September 6th 2019


Govt. launches campaign to promote ‘eat right movement’

Union Health Minister has kick-started a year-long social and mass media campaign on the Eat Right India movement.

New CBI unit to help investigators share info

Union Minister of State Jitendra Singh has said a Centralised Technology Vertical (CTV) would be set up under the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) 

WHO South-East Asia Region plans to banish measles, rubella by 2023

Member-countries of the World Health Organisation (WHO) South-East Asia Region have resolved to eliminate measles and rubella by 2023.

India extends $1 billion line of credit for development of Russia’s Far East

India has unveiled “Act Far East” policy to boost India’s engagement with Russia’s Far East region.

Russia proposes joint development of submarines with India

Russia has offered India joint design and development of conventional submarines through an Inter-Governmental Agreement (IGA)

IIT-Madras, Delhi University, three others get Institution of Eminence status

The Human Resource Development Ministry has awarded the status of Institute of Eminence to the IIT-Madras, the IIT-Kharagpur, Delhi University, Benares Hindu University and the University of Hyderabad

A weak chase: On controlling hepatitis B

Controlling the hepatitis B virus calls for universal vaccination of newborns

Teaching in the time of consumerism

Changes in social ethos and state policy have pushed the once-venerated Indian teacher to the margins of public life


New traffic rules may entail steeper penalties, court visit

Many States are yet to pass an order that will allow police personnel to let off offenders after paying a fine

Interesting, but risky: On RBI’s floating rate loans diktat

RBI’s diktat to banks could spur borrowing but may pressure lenders’ margins

Putting the pedal to the metal

The government should consider dropping GST rates for BS-IV vehicles to revive the automobile industry

Will PSB mergers alter the banking scenario?

Consolidation will cause disruption in the short run, but could lead to speedier decision-making in future

Print Friendly and PDF