Important Newspaper Articles – 20 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 20 April 2017. The students are advised to go through these articles in details.

The Hindu

Front Page

Modi shows red light to beacons of VIP privilege {Governance}

National

No threat to visas for professionals, says Centre {International Relations}
China renames six areas in Arunachal {International Relations}

International

Who are the Le Pen voters? {International Politics}

Opinion

United they exit?  {International Politics}
Gauging the Trump effect {International Relations}
The case for mediated settlements {Indian Economy}
The degree disease {Education}
Clouds of prosperity {Geography}
A June date {International Politics}
SPARK or an ember? {Science and Technology}
At the crossroads {International Relations}
Educational conference at Trichinopoly {Education}
Nagaland CM resents Assam’s border steps  {Indian Politics}

Business

H-1B visa restrictions may lead to layoffs  {International Relations}

Indian Express

Front Page 

From President and Prime Minister down: lal batti is off {Governance}
100 pc paper trail voting planned in Gujarat, Himachal elections {Political System}

Express Network

Ban on liquor sale near highways: SC order won’t apply to marriage and banquet halls, says Punjab AG {Public Policy}

Editorials

The Mallya signal {Indian Economy}
Istanbul’s Sultan {International Politics}
After the meteoric rise {Indian Politics}
Leave it to Bollywood {Public Policy}
Wheel of justice {Judicial System}

The Idea Page 

Telescope: Political fodder {Social issue}
A bill that is thrifty, goes by the book {Constitutional issues}
Valley’s lost middle ground {Security}
ECONOMY      
Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Deposit Scheme: Govt extends deadline to make interest-free deposit till April 30  {Public Policy}

PIB (Press India Bureau)

Financial Express

Front Page

Infrastructure: Telecom, power, ports and road sector hit by tepid private investments {Infrastructure}

Economy News

E-way bills: Proposed GST rules lack clarity, say experts {Public Policy}
Infrastructure: Narendra Modi led Cabinet allows external agencies to lend directly to state bodies {Infrastructure}

Edits & Columns News

Indian Railways makes good start on non-fare revenues, but still a way to go {Transport}
Why generics may not really be the cure in India {Health issue}

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