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List of topics – THE HINDU (Delhi Edition)
Date: 01 May 2018
|News or Article||Page Number||For Prelim or Main?||Area||What to look out for? And, what extra needs to be explored?|
|1) AFSPA will continue in Nagaland: Rijiju|
|2) Power Ministry feels no need to change electrification definition|
|7||P||Misc||Definition of an electrified village|
According to the definition, in place since October 1997, a village is deemed to be electrified if basic infrastructure such as a distribution transformer and distribution lines are in place in the inhabited locality, electricity is provided to public places like schools, panchayat office, health centres, dispensaries, community centres, and at least 10% of the households in the village are electrified.
|3) Korean thaw|
|8||M||G.S. paper 2||Issue of denuclearization of Korean Peninsula|
|4) The cost of pollution|
|9||P||Environment||Environmental Kuznets curve|
|5) Lake Victoria species under threat: report|
|Locate Lake Victoria|
What’s the news?
Three quarters of freshwater species endemic to East Africa’s Lake Victoria basin face the threat of extinction according to a report.
|6) World’s oldest known spider dies in Australia after sting by a wasp|
|18||P||Environment||About Trapdoor spiders|