What to Read in The Hindu | 03-05-2018

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List of topics  – THE HINDU (Delhi Edition)

Date: 03 May 2018

News or ArticlePage NumberFor Prelim or Main?AreaWhat to look out for? And, what extra needs to be explored?
1) Chhota Rajan gets life term for killing journalist J. Dey




G.S. paper 3About Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA)
2) Shopper’s stop


1PArt & CultureKoovagam festival
3) Collegium puts off decision on pressing Joseph’s case


1PPolity & GovernanceProcess of appointment of judges to Supreme Court
4) Protest against heritage site adoption scheme in Assam


6PMisc.- Govt. Schemes‘Adopt a Heritage’ scheme
5) Pollution dipped in 2017, says Environment Ministry




G.S. paper 3New air pollution data from the World Health Organization (WHO)
6) Taj discolouration: experts for more study before remedy


7MG.S. paper 2Issue of Taj discoloration
7) When India and China meet


8MG.S. paper 2Update on Indo-China ties
8) Call to action


8MG.S. paper  3New Report by WHO on air pollution

Air pollution crisis in urban India


9) Globe-trotters flock to Peru’s remote ‘Rainbow Mountain’


18PGeographyRainbow Mountain in Pitumarca, Peru