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The Hindu Editorial Analysis – 29th June ’19 | PDF Download

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  Things to do to avoid another water crisis   Chennai has been reeling under its worst water crisis in decades. The city has not had rain in nearly 200 days. Groundwater too has been over-extracted. The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister has announced that 10 MLD (million litres a day) of water will be transported …

The Hindu Editorial Analysis – 28th June ’19 | PDF Download

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  At the high table   India has cleared an important hurdle in its quest for a non-permanent seat for 2021- 22. India won the unanimous endorsement of the 55-nation Asia-Pacific Group at the United Nations Security Council. India was the sole candidate for the post. Next step: all 193 members of the UN General …

The Hindu Editorial Analysis – 27th June ’19 | PDF Download

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Scoring on health NITI Aayog’s Health Index 2019 is out The Aayog produced its first ranking for 2015-16. The NITI Aayog Index is a composite based on 23 indicators States are also assessed on improvements to administrative capability and public health infrastructure. Neonatal Infant mortality rates Fertility rate Low birth weight Immunisation coverage Tuberculosis HIV …

The Hindu Editorial Analysis – 24th June ’19 | PDF Download

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  Clouds of war   Trump’s decision to pull back from air strikes on Iran. A war with Iran could be prolonged and disastrous. Iran has ballistic missiles, proxy militias and a relatively vibrant navy. Mr. Trump’s “maximum pressure” approach doesn’t seem to have a plan between the sanctionsdriven pressure tactics and a potential military …

The Hindu Editorial Analysis – 23rd June ’19 | PDF Download

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  Time running out to curb terror, Pak. told   Reminding Pakistan that it has less than three months to show progress on curbing terror financing, India said it expected its government to fully comply with the action plan set out by the global body Financial Action Task Force (FATF) by taking “credible, verifiable, irreversible …

The Hindu Editorial Analysis – 22nd June ’19 | PDF Download

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  Smart diplomacy in five moves   The nature and dynamics of Southern Asian geopolitics are undergoing a radical transformation, slowly, steadily and in an irrevocable manner. One of the world’s most volatile regions Earlier it was dominated by the United States. At present, U.S. is caught between its reluctance to part with its quickly …

The Hindu Editorial Analysis – 21st June ’19 | PDF Download

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What yoga can teach us     The word yoga was first mentioned in the Rigveda. Its philosophy, science and grammar were first provided by Patanjali in his magnum opus, Patanjali Yoga Sutra. It is heartening to note that yoga has been widely accepted across the world today. Polish government celebrates International Yoga Day Aligarh …

The Hindu Editorial Analysis – 17th June ’19 | PDF Download

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A different tent     Important forum for India’s Eurasian neighbourhood. What is going in the world now? SCO membership provides India with options Multi-alignments SCO is important for energy security, connectivity and trade. In a paragraph on Afghanistan and the SCOAfghanistan contact group, the Bishkek declaration stressed on an inclusive peace process led by …

The Hindu Editorial Analysis – 16th June ’19 | PDF Download

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Want to make India a $5 trillion economy by 2024, says PM   Each State must aim to at least double its economy if the country is to achieve the target of a $5 trillion economy by 2024, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the Chief Ministers gathered for the NITI Aayog’s fifth Governing Council meeting …

The Hindu Editorial Analysis – 19th June ’19 | PDF Download

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An idea whose time may not have come One nation, one election: debate is on January 2018 PM Modi: highlighted the demerits of the country being in constant election mode. • “One election finishes, the second starts,” Simultaneous Parliament, Assembly, civic and Panchayat polls once every five years and completed within a month or so …