Important Newspaper Articles – 17 May 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 17 May 2017. The students are advised to go through these articles in details.

The Hindu

Front Page

‘Triple talaq a matter of faith for Muslims’ {Social issue}

National

Earth-like planet may have water {Science and Technology}
Monsoon to hit Kerala on May 30: IMD {Geography}

International

India welcome to join BRI: China {International Relations}

Opinion

Different candidates, different roads  {International Politics}
‘We need to find a way around this jingoism’ {Governance}
New base, new basket {Indian Economy}
Held at ransom  {Security}
Gold shines {Indian Economy}
A bumper farm crisis {Agriculture}

Business

‘National Employment Policy this year’ {Public Policy}

Indian Express

Front Page 

Triple talaq exception rather than rule: Survey {Social issue}

Express Network

Southwest monsoon arrival forecast is May 30, two days ahead of schedule {Geography}

Editorials

The teasing Thalaiva {Indian Politics}
Yogi’s responsibility {Indian Politics}
After the no-show {International Relations}
Deprivation Points Must Stay  {Indian Politics}
Turning down China {International Relations}

The Idea Page 

Tearing down an icon {Art & Culture}
The majority complex {Constitutional issues}
Three years of Modi government: Keeping the promise {Indian Politics}

Economy

Clean Money portal launched: ‘Undisclosed income worth Rs 23,000 crore, 91 lakh new taxpayers since note ban’  {Corruption}

PIB (Press India Bureau)

Financial Express

Front Page

GM crops: Centre fires salvo against patents, says Monsanto is lying on BT cotton seeds {Agriculture}

Economy News

Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana: 6 cr new LPG connections provided, Petro Min seeks additional Rs 4.8k cr {Public Policy}

Edits & Columns News

Economic data opens space for RBI easing; here’s why a second look is a must {Economic Development}
Ransomware and cyber war crimes {Security}
GM crops-Monsanto row: Difficult to see how GM seeds will progress in India {Agriculture}

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