What to Read in The Hindu | 07-02-2018

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List of topics  – THE HINDU (Delhi Edition)

Date: 07 February 2017

News or ArticlePage NumberFor Prelim or Main?AreaWhat to look out for? And, what extra needs to be explored?
1) ‘Likely misuse no ground to strike down Aadhaar’


1MG.S. paper 2Update on Aadhaar issue

The RTI, Act 2005 made the citizen more powerful, but the Aadhaar Act wants to make the state powerful. Critically comment .

2) Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh to be part of India’s tiger census




G.S. paper 2, paper 3What’s the news?

India’s tiger census, which began late last year, will see coordination with Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh in estimating the territorial spread of the animal in the subcontinent.

About Wildlife Institute of India, NTCA

3) Agni 1 test-fired off the Odisha coast


7PMisc.About Agni I
4) The manufacturing muddle




G.S. paper 3What is Inverted Duty Structure? How has it impacted manufacturing sector?
5) A roster of questions


8MG.S. paper 2Will the new roster for allocation of cases in the Supreme Court, with division of work among the judges according to various subject categories, lead to greater objectivity or fairness. Comment.
6) Crew member says the pirates did not misbehave




G.S. paper 3Technology used in tracking and monitoring the ship
7) Nasheed seeks Indian military intervention in Maldives


12MG.S. paper 2Update on Maldives Issue