Important Newspaper Articles – 01 April 2017: The Hindu, Indian Express, Financial Express, PIB

On this page, we have listed important articles from various newspapers including The Hindu, Indian Express, Financial Express, PIB for date 01 April 2017. The students are advised to go through these articles in details.
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The Hindu

Front Page

SC: Ban on liquor sale covers hotels, bars too {Public Policy}

National

No time to hear Ayodhya appeals now: SC {Judicial System}
SpaceX rocket makes history {Science and Technology}

International

India may be hit by U.S. trade review {International Relations}

Opinion

Holy hill gets its groves back {Environment}
Transcending democracy beyond elections {Political System}
Sharpening a pro-choice debate {Health issue}
The mob’s bias {International Relations}
Connected by air {Public Policy}

Business

India to support ‘resistance’ to protectionism at G20 meet {International Relations}
GST Council ‘tentatively’ okays rules {Indian Economy}

Indian Express

Front Page 

SC confirms: Alcohol ban on highways will include bars and restaurants {Public Policy}

Express Network

Supreme Court puts on hold age cap for NEET candidates {Education}

Editorials

IPL, the pacifier {Sports}
A different kind of change {Indian Politics}
Connect small dots {Transport}
A Regal Way Of Seeing {Art & Culture}
Playing with past {Indian Politics}

The Idea Page 

Hello, I’m ‘wife of’ {Public Policy}
In the trap of history {International Relations}
Demonetising JNU {Education}

Economy

Reforms will continue to gain pace in coming years: Arun Jaitley {Indian Economy}

PIB (Press India Bureau)

Financial Express

Front Page

GST roll-out likely on July 1; analysts suggest September to minimise pain {Indian Economy}

Economy News

India in talks with European Union to ease marine import norms {International Relations}

Edits & Columns News

Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana’s stunning success makes it best example of shifting subsidies to the deserving {Public Policy}
Anti-profiteering law: If even government knows it’s a bad law, why have it? {Public Policy}

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