Important Newspaper Articles – 23 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 23 April 2017. The students are advised to go through these articles in details.
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The Hindu

Front Page

Taliban attack leaves 140 soldiers dead in Afghanistan {Security}, {Terrorism}

National

NITI Aayog offers a chance to learn: PM {Economic Development}

International

ISI protecting al-Qaeda leader in Karachi: report {Security}, {Terrorism}

Opinion

A pinprick to detect cancer {Science and Technology}
Mistaking symbolism for service {Social issue}
Of edicts then and now {Rights Issues}
It’s a bad law, just dump it {Indian Economy}
Finding stories among the shelves {Education}

Business

NITI Aayog to present new approach {Economic Development}

Sci-Tech & Agri

IISc team unravels how vitamin C helps kill bacteria {Science and Technology}
More aerosol in atmosphere results in heavier rainfall {Science and Technology}
IIT Bombay: Bird’s eye view and quantum biology {Science and Technology}
Liver carcinogen traced to sunflower seeds {Science and Technology}

Indian Express

Front Page

 CJI tells high courts to send names for judges at the earliest {Judicial System}
Lakhs of Aadhaar numbers appear on Jharkhand govt site {Public Policy}

Express Network

Prescribe generic drugs without fail: MCI to doctors {Health issue}

The Idea Page 

Out of my mind: Two women {International Politics}
Inside track: Silent coup {Indian Politics}
Fifth column: A new jihad in Kashmir {Security}
Across the aisle: Go back and read George Orwell {Rights Issues}

Economy

DoP clarifies on NPPA’s price-capping powers, under PMO supervision {Health issue}

PIB (Press India Bureau)

Financial Express

FE Special

Health cover: Say hello to 3D-printed ‘smart bandages’ {Health issue}
Flying High: Here’s the list of top 10 airports from across the world {Transport}
All the world’s a stage: Alternative cultural venues changing the way people engage with arts {Art & Culture}
Losing spirit: Liquor industry on threshold of serious self inflicated wound {Public Policy}

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