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List of topics – THE HINDU (Delhi Edition)
Date: 1 March 2017
|News or Article||Page Number||For Prelim or Main?||Area||What to look out for? And, what extra needs to be explored?|
|1) Pharma promotions tax exempt: tribunal|
|7||M||G.S. paper 1, paper 4||What’s the news?|
A recent decision of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal’s Pune bench allowing pharmaceutical companies to account for their spending on doctors as a deductible expenditure has sparked off a fresh debate on ethics
|2) Halving the syllabus, squaring knowledge|
|8||M||Misc.||It’s not the syllabus that burdens children, but our cramming-driven examination system. Comment.|
|3) An ode to a dying language|
|9||M||G.S. paper 1||It is said that when a language dies, a way of life dies, a way of thinking disappears, a connection between word and world is lost. What measures must be taken to preserve rich heritage of languages and dialects.|
|4) Against human rights|
|9||M||G.S. paper 4||Why encounters are unethical and they militate against rule of law?|
|5) Rs. 9,435-crore arms purchases to get rolling|
|10||M||G.S. paper 2||What’s the news?|
Defence Acquisition Council has given its approval for the procurement proposals worth Rs.9,435-crore for the three services.