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On this page, we have listed important articles from various newspapers including The Hindu, Indian Express, Financial Express, PIB for date 29 March 2017. The students are advised to go through these articles in details.

The Hindu

Front Page

States get warning to brace for heat waves {Climate Change}


Rajya Sabha faces deadlock {Indian Polity}
Can’t appoint Lokpal for now, Centre tells SC {Governance}


Consultation on caste discrimination begins {Social issue}


‘Compromises happen when a mandate is fractured’  {Indian Politics}
Whither human rights in Sri Lanka?  {Social issue}
Mapping out the police overhaul in U.P.  {Governance}
Unique distinction Public Policy}
Passing the Tests {Sports}
How to be a happy Indian {Ethics}


Centre may expand social security net {Security}

Indian Express

Front Page 

No audio initially, no RTI either : Shedding reluctance, SC agrees to open courtrooms to cameras {Judicial System}

Express Network

Bill for new panel for backward classes today {Rights Issues}
Paris climate deal architect looks to India {Climate Change}


Season of fulfilment {Sports}
A Grand Constitutionalist {Judicial System}
Thank you, FIFA {Sports}
Yes, bring on Bharatiyata  {Indian Politics}

The Idea Page 

Dear Irom Chanu Sharmila  {Indian Politics}
Cities at crossroads: When an open door policy is not enough  {Public Policy}
View From The Right: Bhagwat interview  {Indian Politics}


Rising Iran-US tensions: Govt asks Indian firms to go slow on Chabahar projects {International Relations}

PIB (Press India Bureau)


Financial Express

Front Page

Ban on BS III vehicles: As Supreme Court emission order hangs fire, automakers set to take big hit {Environment}

Economy News

Government fixes borrowing target at R3.72 lakh crore for first half of FY18 {Indian Economy}

Edits & Columns News

Black money fight: If not Aadhaar, what? No alternatives suggested to curb leakages/evasion {Public Policy}
Decriminalising suicide: How tagging it as a problem emanating from mental illness may curb incidence {Social issue}

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