What to Read in The Hindu | 10-04-2018

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List of topics  – THE HINDU (Delhi Edition)

Date: 10 April 2018

News or ArticlePage NumberFor Prelim or Main?AreaWhat to look out for? And, what extra needs to be explored?
1) Cauvery: SC slams Centre’s inaction


1MG.S. paper 2Update on Cauvery issue

What’s the news?

The Supreme Court rapped the Centre for not framing a water-sharing scheme for the Cauvery and ordered it to prove its “bona fides” by submitting a draft scheme by May 3.

2) Namami Gange (GoI Advertisement)3PMisc- SchemesNamami Gange Project

About National Mission For Clean Ganga

3) Right to convert is fundamental right of choice, says Supreme Court


5MG.S. paper 2Hadiya Case

What’s the news?

The Supreme Court as part of the judgment in the Hadiya case held that a person’s right to choose a religion and marry is an intrinsic part of her meaningful existence. Neither the state nor ‘patriarchal supremacy’ can interfere in her decision.

4) Are foreigners getting hearts before Indians?


7PMisc.About  National Organ and Tissue Transplant Organization (NOTTO)
5) The Nepal reset


8MG.S. paper 2Update on Indo-Nepal ties
6) EC seeks help to detect ‘fake news’


10MG.S. paper 2What measures can be taken to tackle the issue of fake news? Use of legal tools in dealing with the issue?
7) World’s first microfactory to help tackle e-waste hazard




EnvironmentWhat’s the news?

An Indian-origin scientist in Australia has launched the world’s first microfactory that can transform the components from electronic waste items such as smartphones and laptops into valuable materials for re-use.