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1 August 2019 Front Page

  • Officials keep vigil as Godavari rises at Bhadrachalam (GS-3 Diasaster Management)

Life

  • Indonesian villagers resist relocation plan from Komodo (GS-3 Environment)
  • Study tests diet linked to cancer treatment (GS-2 Health)
  • Robots trained to make independent choices (GS-3 Robotics)

Showcase

  • A Prayer in stone (GS-1 Art and Culture)

Business

  • Core sector grows to 0.5% in June (GS-3)
  • India and US very close to resolving trade issues (GS-2)
  • Startups write to govt on equalisation levy (Prelims – Equalisation levy)
  • Fiscal deficit touches 61.4% of revenue (GS-3)

News

  • Desi focus in new UK govt could ease migration curbs (GS-2)
  • Quota for economically weaker sections in J&K (GS-2)
  • Plan for single water dispute tribunal (GS-2)
  • Thailand in talks with India to buy Brahmos cruise missile (GS-2)
  • Motor Vehicle bill won’t usurp rights of states : Gadkari
  • Cabinet nod for more SC judges (GS-2)

OPED

  • Transforming livelihoods through farm ponds (GS-1 / 3)
  • Cauldron of sexual misconduct (GS-2)

Editorial

  • In hate crime fight a voice still feeble (GS-2)
  • Fortifying the Africa outreach (GS-2)
  • Beyond Talaq (GS-2)
  • Logged out (GS-3)

Nation

  • 2461 students dropped out from IIT in last two years (GS-2 Education / Social Justice)
  • 10% quota case or statute bench (GS-2)
  • Cabinet approval for revised chits fund bill
  • Foods doesn’t have religion (GS-1 Communalism / GS-4 Ethics)
2 August 2019 ———–
3 August 2019 Front Page

  • Tourists, pilgrims told to exit J&K amid security concerns (GS-3 Internal Security)
  • DU among institutions named for eminence tag (Gs-2 Education)
  • No plan yet for people who skipped NRC exercise in Assam (GS-2 Citizenship)

Business

  • Elected directors in PSBs will be appointed by board : RBI (GS-3 Indian Economy)
  • Too much reforms has led to slowdown (GS-3)
  • US-China trade war India missed its chances (GS-2)

World

  • US to pull out troops if taliban renounces al-Qaeda : report (GS-2)
  • US formally withdraws from INF arms treaty (GS-2)

News

  • Centre confirm augmenting of forces (GS-3)
  • India again rejects Trump’s mediation offer on Kashmir (GS-2)
  • India wants unimpeded consular access to Kulbhushan (GS-2)
  • Kashmir parties warn against plan to remove Article 35 A (GS-3)
  • UAPA bill gets Rajya Sabha nod (GS-3)
  • Cong walks out during zero hour (Prelims Zero hour)
  • Cong chief out of Jallianwala Bagh trust (Prelims)
  • Ayodhya issue was close to settlement (GS-1)
  • Call on Justice Kureshi after Parliament session (GS-2 Appointment of Judges)

Ground Zero

  • The registry test of citizenship (GS-2)

Editorial

  • Explaining the Asian rate cut wave (GS-3)
  • The taproot of conservation justice (GS-2)
  • Valley of flaws (GS-3)
  • At a crossroads

Nation

  • Census may skip caste count
  • Seventh economic census launched in UT
  • Giving voice sample does not violate privacy says SC (GS-2)
  • Ravish Kumar receives Ramon Magsasay Award (Prelims : Ramon Magsasay Award)
4 August 2019 

Front Page

  • Uncertainty grips Kashmir valley

Life

  • Canadian iceberg hunter follows white gold in Atlantic
  • Wearable device to link man and machine
  • Infant milk substitute clinical trial under probe
  • Racoon rescue goes viral

Science and Tech

  • Tigers in India face lurking threat from virus
  • A step closer to oral administration of Kala Azhar drug
  • Extreme weather and humans

FAQ

  • What are the guidelines on migrant camps
  • Why is India pulled to deep sea mining?
  • Lower rates the growth key

Business

  • RCEP must fix trade deficit
  • SEBI raises concerns over related parties transaction

World

  • Hong Kong hit by fresh protests

News

  • India protests over UN chief’s report
  • NPR data to be collected in a year
  • Tribal body against Assam accord clause
  • Uncertainty grips Kashmir valley

Nation

  • Odisha delta site is 3600 years old
5 August 2019 Front Page

  • J&K leaders placed under house arrest (GS-3 Internal Security)

News

  • Several bodies lie unclaimed on LoC (GS-2)
  • Regional conflict possible over Kashmir : Imran Khan (GS-2)
  • Lens on Pak cartels as drug seizures mount (GS-3)
  • Tenders cancelled to boost Make in India (GS-3)
  • Call to reserve 21 seats in Assam for indigenous groups (GS-2)

OPED

  • The roots of sexual Brutality (GS-2)
  • Rajasthan’s effort to criminalise mob lynching is a good start (GS-2)

Editorial

  • Pulling vietnam in Afghanistan (GS-1)
  • Freeing Kulbhushan (GS-2)
  • Bigger and better (GS-2)

Nation

  • Indigenous missile successfully tested (Defence)
  • 20000 genomes to be scanned for cancer study (GS-2 Health)
6 August 2019 Front Page

  • J&K loses its special status , divided into two UTs (GS-2)
  • Communication shut down triggers panic outside J&K (GS-3)
  • A fatal legal error says P Chidambaram (GS-2)

Business

  • Govt unveils draft e-com norms (GS-3)
  • Central Bank fall guys for populist mistakes : Rajan

News

  • Trump remark was quick trigger for overnight shakeup (GS-2)
  • How J&K status is being changed (GS-2)
  • What the Repeal of Article 35 A entails (GS-2)
  • Move sparks fears in the North Eastern region (GS-2)
  • Business leaders say investment will see a boost (GS-3 Inclusive development)
  • Opposition divided Rajya Sabha Passes bill (GS-2)

OPED

  • Clouds of uncertainty over Afghanistan
  • Code Red for labour (GS-2)

Editorial

  • A wrong way to end (GS-2)
  • Piecing together Kashmir’s audacious Road Map (GS-2)
  • An integration without integrity (GS-2)

Nation

  • Surrogacy regulation bill passed in Lok Sabha (GS-2)
  • Judges should exercise restraint : Law Minister (GS-2)
  • Jaishankar to visit ahead of Modi-Xi summit in October (GS-2)
7 August 2019 Front Page

  • Lok Sabha endorses centre’s decision on Kashmir (GS-2)
  • Kashmir valley remains cut off for second day (GS-3)
  • India tells China to avoid commenting on Ladakh (GS-2)
  • Imran warns of more violence in Kashmir (GS-2)

Showcase

  • Aquaman cometh (Prelims : Aquaponics)

Business

  • Auto firms seek stimulus to spur growth (GS-3)
  • NIIF to get up to $2bn from Australiansuper Ontario teachers (Prelims NIIF)

News

  • Afghanistan shadow over India’s move (GS-2)
  • Pakistan Army stand by Kashmiris (GS-2)
  • Enough security for peace in J&K : Army (GS-3)
  • Petition filed in SC against centre’s notification on J&K (GS-2)
  • Deployment in J&K was based on oral orders say official (GS-3)
  • Idea of dividing Kashmir has a chequered History (GS-1)

OPED

  • The new facts on the ground for Kashmir
  • The hard realities of India’s fast track courts (GS-2)
  • The bus to better transport (GS-1 Urbanisation)

Editorial

  • Kashmir has been cut to the quick
  • Great expectation (GS-2)
  • Open obsession

Nation

  • Consumer protection bill gets RS green light (GS-2)
  • Govt offers to send 4 bills for scrutiny (GS-2)
8 August 2019 Front Page

  • Pakistan expels Indian envoy, suspends bilateral trade (GS-2)
  • RBI takes offbeat tack to help reverse growth slowdown (GS-3)
  • Liaison officer plan on-campus Id celebrations for J&K students (GS-2)

Life

  • Mexico’s cactus offers alternative to plastics (GS-3)
  • Even in cities, natural signs can warn of floods, says study (GS-1)
  • Rocket lab working on a reusable booster (GS-3)

Business

  • Banks get more headroom for lending to NBFC’s (GS-3)
  • Lower rates will spur credit flow and revive growth says Das (GS-3)

World

  • Hong Kong facing worst crisis since 1997

News

  • Recall NRC notices says plea to SC (GS-2)
  • Ending special status is legal : Official (GS-2)

OPED

  • Downgraded at the stroke of a pen (GS-2)
  • The big picture on tigers (GS-3)

Editorial

  • The fragility of India’s federalism (GS-2)
  • Hong Kong adrift and China without an anchor
  • Blackout (GS-3)
  • RBI’s Goldilocks cut (GS-3)

Nation

  • Centre unveils plan for coastal zone management
9 August 2019 Front Page

  • Statehood for Jammu & Kashmir will be restored : PM (GS-2)
  • Review decision on ties India tells Pakistan (GS-2)

Life

  • At CITES India to seek boost to protection status of 5 species (GS-3)
  • Indian soil may have reached moon on crashed Israeli lander (GS-3)
  • Museum of Sikhism sets new record

Business

  • No actions even if CSR norms aren’t followed (GS-3)

World

  • Food supply is at dire risk : UN (GS-2/3)

News

  • In Jammu border villages, many dream of a future full of opportunities (GS-2)
  • Pak airspace curbs will not have much impact : Air India (GS-2)
  • SC declines urgent hearing on J&K status (GS-2)
  • Pakistan will stop Samjhauta services says Minister (GS-2)
  • Changes in PMLA Act empower ED (GS-3)
  • Medical law will bring down fees (GS-2)
  • Review decision on ties, India tells Pakistan
  • Statehood for J&K will be restored, says PM

OPED

  • Does the Medical commission bill encourage quackery? (GS-2)
  • Much ado about little (GS-2)

Editorial

  • Economic milestone and a poignant anniversary
  • Knee Jerk
  • Cycle of extremes
  • A leaf out of the Chinese playbook
10 August 2019 Front Page

  • Supreme Court upholds law empowering home buyers (GS-2)
  • Many states reel under monsoon fury, 70 dead (GS-3 Disaster Management)
  • Amid lock down locals queue for a phone call (GS-3 Internal Security)
  • National honours (Prelims)

Business

  • FPI Tax issue put divestment at risk (GS-3)
  • Public sector banks link lending repo rates (GS-3)
  • IIP growth slips to a 4 month low (GS-3)
  • CSC’s target 1 lakh EV charging stations (GS-3)

World

  • Hong Kong leader rules out concessions

News

  • Shock over centre’s move keeps valley streets silent (GS-3)
  • Law and order steps are temporary says Ministry (GS-3)
  • China opposes unilateral action in J&K (GS-2)
  • Every child to get rotavirus vaccine (GS-2)
  • Parties should have code of conduct for MP’s (GS-2)

Editorial

  • Incisive intervention that blunt the RTI’s edge (GS-2)
  • Not the final word from Islamabad and Delhi (GS-2)
  • State of the union (GS-2)
  • Taking on the mob (GS-2)

South

  • IIT-H Harvard varsity study mercury accumulation in fish
11 August 2019 Front Page

  • Certification of seeds to be made mandatory to step up agri output (GS-3)
  • Curbs eased in Srinagar, people throng streets to buy essentials (GS-3)
  • State OMCs to buy biodesel made from used cooking oil (GS-3)

Life

  • Cost is key : Chinese firm revs up for reusable rocket race (GS-3)
  • Newly discovered lake in Nepal may be the world’s highest (GS-1)
  • tackling poachers across borders (GS-3)
  • Employees would rather lose jobs to robots than people : Study (GS-3)

Science & Tech

  • Irrigation, agriculture shift rainfall to northwestern India, IIT-B finds (GS-3)
  • Mapping world’s soil worms (GS-3)
  • Cancer stem cells can form blood, lymph vessels within tumours (GS-3)

FAQ

  • Forms of federalism in India (GS-2)
  • Now a currency war (GS-3)

News

  • Coastal security set up on high alert says Navy (GS-3)
  • Pakistan formally suspends trade ties (GS-2)

Nation

  • Low cost handheld device to help detect bacteria developed (GS-3)
  • UP Delhi Rajasthan among worst performers in breastfeeding (GS-2)

Sunday Magazine

Despatches

  • Pakistan ups ante over Kashmir

Field Notes

  • A looming legacy

Literary Review

  • Roots of a conflict
12 August 2019 Front Page

  • Restrictions return to valley (GS-3)
  • Don’t go back on Kartarpur (GS-2)
  • Govt to launch uber for tractors, app to aid farmers (GS-3)

World

  • We’re still here : Hong Kong protesters return to streets

News

  • J&K on top of Jaishankar’s China agenda (GS-2)
  • Amarinder asks Pak not to slow down Kartarpur work (GS-2)
  • Ripple effect in North East with call to boycott I-Day fete (GS-2)

OPED

  • Rethinking water governance strategies (GS-1)
  • Pipe dream for water transfer (GS-1)

Editorial

  • A point to ponder over in the POSCO bill (GS-2)
  • Hong Kong on the brink
  • Dealing with doping

Nation

  • CBSE triples board exam fee for SC/ST students (GS-2)
13 August 2019 Front Page

  • In Mansarovar, Chinese lend a helping hand to Indian Pilgrims (GS-2)
  • Kashmir valley kept under lockdown during Id festival (GS-3)
  • Decision on Kashmir doesn’t affect LAC, Delhi tells Beijing (GS-2)
  • Assam villagers feed elephants to keep them at bay (GS-3)

Business

  • Taxes making capital market unattractive

World

  • Hong Kong showing sprouts of terrorism
  • Talks on US withdrawal from Afghanistan have ended : Taliban

News

  • Ending J&K special status an internal matter, China told (GS-2)
  • SC to hear plea against Kashmir clampdown arrest of leaders (GS-2)
  • BSF Pakistan rangers don’t exchange festival sweets (GS-2)
  • Army plans to raise age of retirement of skilled staff

OPED

  • The perilous state of academic freedom (GS-2)
  • Rooting AI in ethics (GS-3/4)

Editorial

  • An abrogation of democratic principles (GS-2)
  • Countering the rights hegemony (GS-2)

Nation

  • Headgear made mandatory for children above four years
  • No toxic chemicals in PET bottles (GS-3)
  • PMs health insurance scheme will cover cancer treatment also say officials (GS-2)

South

  • Wildlife sanctuary set to expand boundaries (GS-3)
14 August 2019 Front Page

  • Centre sets the ball rolling for J&K polls (GS-2)
  • Normalcy in J&K not possible overnight (GS-3)
  • Automobile sales drop 18.71% in July (GS-3)

Business

  • Auto sales fall 19% in July worst in 19 years (GS-3)
  • GST Council may discuss rate cut for auto (GS-3)
  • Retail inflation remains flat in July at 31% (GS-3)
  • CSR expenditure may be made tax deductible says committee (Prelims)
  • Rbi issues final norms for regulatory sandbox (Prelims)

News

  • Enact security regime for NRC data says SC (GS-2)
  • Chief Justice advocates more autonomy to CBI (GS-2)
  • J&K curbs to stay till tomorrow (GS-2)
  • EC kicks off delimitation process (GS-2)
  • We want to prevent loss of lives in J&K : Official (GS-3)
  • Pakistan’s military movement along LoC normal : Official (GS-2/3)

OPED

  • Sanguine amidst slowdown (GS-3)
  • Balancing TN growth model (GS-1)
  • Biodiversity in the time of deluge (GS-3)

Editorial

  • The contours of the Kashmir move (GS-2)
  • Writing out a clean bill on health (GS-2)
  • Deliberate don’t disrupt (GS-2)

Nation

  • 57.3% allopathic practitioners not qualified : Health Ministry (GS-2)

South

  • Highlands in Kerala on shaky ground (GS-3)
15 August 2019 Front Page

  • Trump repeats threat to take US out of WTO (GS-2)
  • Changes to J&K will bring benefits : Kovind
  • Let us now give development a chance says Modi

Life

  • NASA to use Lava fields for Mars practice (GS-3)
  • Eggshells used to synthesise natural bone implant material (GS-3)

Business

  • July Trade deficit narrows to $13.43 bn (GS-3/ Prelims)
  • Wholesale inflation eases to 1.08 % in July (GS-3/ Prelims)
  • Govt asks PSBs to find out reasons for rise in NPAs in last 5 years (GS-3)

News

  • Leaders to stay under detention on I-Day (GS-3)
  • Imran Khan vows to raise Kashmir at global level (GS-2)
  • Balakot strike was to prevent another Pulwama (GS-3)
  • Naga groups assail rethink on RIIN cut off (GS-2)
  • Vir Chakra for Wing cdr Abhinandan (Prelims)

OPED

  • Envisioning Ladakh’s future as UT (GS-2)
  • A reality check on India’s renewable energy capacity (GS-3)
  • The story of India’s integration (GS-1)

Editorial

  • Assam’s humanitarian conundrum (GS-2)
  • Symptoms as cause (GS-3)
  • unethical actions (GS-2)

Nation

  • Swachh to look beyond toilets (GS-1)
  • Chandrayaan 2 moves out of earth’s orbit (GS-2)
  • Temple in Odisha worships the Father of the Nation
16 August 2019 Front Page

  • Modi announces new post of Chief Defence Staff on I-Day
  • UNSC to hold closed-door meet on Kashmir today
  • NRC verification only to avoid errors says Sonowal

Life

  • New cure for deadly strain of tuberculosis
  • July hottest month on record for the earth
  • Microplastic in snow raise pollution worries
  • Smart clothing gives boost to wearable tech

Business

  • Global market grippled by recession fears
  • CBIC seeks inputs to plug gift loophole

World

  • Defying US Gibraltar frees Iran tanker
  • Resolve Hong Kong crisis humanely: Trump to China

News

  • Chief of Defence staff to aid synergies
  • PM puts population back on Govt agenda
  • Call to shun single use plastic
  • Ladakh lives it up in its transition to union territory
  • Kashmiri identity is safe
  • Climate change policy had warned of floods
  • Minister to launch drive against single use plastic

OPED

  • Is the removal of special status for J&K justified?
  • Taming Ebola in DRC

Editorial

  • Lessons after the great deluge
  • Words and deeds
  • Trade rhetoric

Nation

  • Pension scheme for small traders yet to kick off
  • Booming agritech sector aims at solving supply chain woes
17 August 2019 Front Page

  • End of special status an internal matter says India (GS-2)
  • SC counsels patience over J&K (GS-2)
  • No first use nuclear doctrine is not rigid (GS-3)

Business

  • Recession fears highest since 2011 say BofAML survey (GS-3)

News

  • Protesters clash with Police in Srinagar (GS-3)
  • UN happy with peace efforts says India (Covered under first article)

Ground Zero

  • Paddy tube wells and depleting groundwater (Some parts of the article are important GS-3 Agriculture)

Editorial

  • A considered step that opens up new vistas (GS-2)
  • Giving shape to an elusive strategic concept (GS-3)
  • Justice for the mob (GS-2)
  • Making CSR work

Nation

  • ISRO arm begins search for PSLV makers (GS-3)
  • India gets its first national essential diagnostic list (GS-2)
18 August 2019 Front Page

  • India Bhutan ink 10 MoUs vow to strengthen ties (GS-2)
  • Restriction relaxed in a third of Kashmir valley : Police chief (GS-3)
  • Trump asks Imran Khan to resolve the Kashmir issue bilaterally (GS-2)

Life

  • New Species of fresh water fish found (GS-3)
  • Planet 10 times Earth’s mass may have smacked Jupiter long ago (GS-3)
  • AI is learning from Humans. Many Humans (GS-3)

Science & Tech

  • Why the new TB drug show promise (GS-2)
  • App uses AI to detect banana pest, diseases (GS-3)
  • NII unravels how diet restriction delays ageing and increases lifespan

FAQ

  • Why is the Auto industry facing trouble? (GS-3)
  • What is the UN’s stand on Kashmir (GS-2)
  • A crisis of legitimacy (GS-2)

Business

  • Consumer durables, services segment drag loan growth (GS-3)

News

  • New plea in SC against changes to Article 370 (GS-2)
  • Rajnath’s remarks are irresponsible says Pak (GS-2)
  • NGO alleges trade in NRC legacy data, seeks CBI Probe (GS-2)
  • Panel to review defence procurement procedure
  • Health a key challenge in India’s development (GS-2)

Nation

  • Panel to review Char Dham Highway (GS-2)
  • Govt set to launch traders pension plan (GS-2)
  • Relive India’s naval history inside underground museum

Sunday Magazine

Despatches

  • The Central Asian nodes in Belt and Road Project

Framed

  • Smoke and mirrors
19 August 2019 Front Page

  • Curbs on movement back in Kashmir following clashes (GS-3)
  • Any talks with Pakistan on PoK (GS-2)
  • India-Bhutan are natural partners (GS-2)

Moneywise

  • What you need to know about this new kid on the block (GS-3)

News

  • Army looking to tweak disability pension criteria (GS-2)
  • Jaishankar to visit Dhaka today (GS-2)
  • Day before schools reopen parents wary (GS-3)
  • PSBs told to align with national priorities (GS-3)
  • PM strikes a chord with Bhutan students (GS-2)

OPED

  • A lose-lose scenario (GS-2/3)
  • A law for those who testify (GS-2)

Editorial

  • Idea of India is falling (GS-1)
  • An intervention that leads to more questions (GS-2/3)
  • unclear doctrine (GS-2/3)
  • Taking on TB (GS-2)
20 August 2019 Front Page

  • Reduce tensions with Pakistan (GS-2)
  • NRC issues may be tackled via legislative route (GS-2)

Business

  • Investment in water, infra will spur growth (GS-3)
  • Mood of gloom and doom won’t help says Das (GS-3)
  • NTPC to set up 5000MW solar park in Kutch (GS-3)

News

  • Communities push for domicile law (GS-2)
  • India China review border situation (GS-2)
  • India’s bid for UNSC seat loses speed (GS-2)
  • Energy likely to be on Modi’s agenda at G7 visit (GS-3/2)

OPED

  • Crouching tiger, hidden data (GS-3)
  • Can a CDS act as a catalyst for further defence reforms

Editorial

  • The far rights disruption of globalisation
  • Democracy under siege (GS-2)
  • Something special (GS-2)
  • soldier number one (Defence)

Nation

  • Crucial manoeuvre for Chandrayaan 2 today (GS-3)
  • Govt set to cut time to issue green clearance (GS-3)
21 August 2019 Front Page

  • Aadhaar social media link SC concerned over misuse of web (GS-2)
  • NRC is an internal matter Jaishankar tells Bangladesh (GS-2)
  • Chandrayaan 2 placed deftly in lunar orbit (GS-3)

Business

  • Compliance culture in banks not satisfactory says RBI’s Jain (GS-3)
  • Resolve stressed assets on time in your interest RBI tells banks (GS-3)

News

  • Trump calls Imran on anti-India rhetoric (GS-2)
  • Kashmir an integral issue: Rajnath tells US (GS-2)
  • US flags detentions in Kashmir (GS-2)
  • Defence test facilities to be opened to private sector (GS-3)
  • NRC exclusion is not the end of the road: MHA (GS-2)
  • India assures Dhaka all help for development (GS-2)

OPED

  • The monk who shaped India’s secularism (GS-1)
  • After Hamza bin laden (GS-3)

Editorial

  • Choppy waters lie ahead (GS-2 /3)
  • A top post its promise and peril (GS-3)
  • Trump calls (GS-2)
  • Free fall

Nation

  • Centre to study flood hit states (GS-3)
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