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List of topics – THE HINDU (Delhi Edition)
Date: 10 April 2018
|News or Article||Page Number||For Prelim or Main?||Area||What to look out for? And, what extra needs to be explored?|
|1) Cauvery: SC slams Centre’s inaction|
|1||M||G.S. paper 2||Update 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)||3||P||Misc- Schemes||Namami Gange Project|
About National Mission For Clean Ganga
|3) Right to convert is fundamental right of choice, says Supreme Court|
|5||M||G.S. paper 2||Hadiya 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?|
|7||P||Misc.||About National Organ and Tissue Transplant Organization (NOTTO)|
|5) The Nepal reset|
|8||M||G.S. paper 2||Update on Indo-Nepal ties|
|6) EC seeks help to detect ‘fake news’|
|10||M||G.S. paper 2||What 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|
|Environment||What’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.