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Important Articles to Read – 16/10/2019


  •     India's share of river water will no more go to Pakistan: Modi
 This belongs to farmers of Haryana and Rajasthan and we will get it, says PM
  • IMF trims growth rate to 6.1% in 2019
 The World Bank International Monetary Fund (IMF) annual meetings kicked off-on a somber note on Tuesday, with   the IMF downgrading global growth in 2019 to 3%, the slowest since the financial crisis.
  • The 3rd Nobel laureate's India link
 Kremer’s nonprofit advisory service has helped 6 lakh farmers.
  • Another grim reminder
 Sharp cuts in growth forecast by the IMF and World Bank underline slowdown’s serverity.
  • A cost effective way to power generation
 Creating generation assets with the lowest unit cost is linked to optimising plant capacities and using private   investment.
  • Russia moves to fill void left by U.S. withdrawal in north Syria
 Moscow syas its troops are patrolling territory between Syrian and Turkish forces.
  • India's exports decline 6.57% in September
 Trade deficit at 7 month low of $10.86bn.
  • SBI sees sharp decline in working capital loans
 Home, auto loans showing growth, but corporate sector utilisation low, says Rajnish Kumar.
These notes are provided by ‘Dnyanjyoti Free Learning University’ to help students to learn and prepare for their Government exams.

Important Articles to Read – 15/10/2019


  •     Economics Nobel for Abhijit, two others
 They were awarded “for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty”
  • Financial stability and the RBI
 The slowing of the economy suggests that the central bank’s stance on inflation may have impacted growth
  • Economics of Poverty
 The Nobel laureates made development economics more relevant to policy making
  • A Turkish misadventure
 Turkey’s military intervention in Syria can have wide-ranging consequences beyond the war zone
  • Govt. working on revising spectrum prices
 Auctions, including the one for 5G airwaves, will be held in the current financial year, says Telecom Minister
  • Gujarat brings out new port policy
 Allows 33 private jetties to handle third-party cargo
These notes are provided by ‘Dnyanjyoti Free Learning University’ to help students to learn and prepare for their Government exam

Important Articles to Read – 14/10/2019


  •     First private train violates Railway tariff law
 IRCTC can’t fix its own fare, say officials
  • World Bank cuts India's growth projection to 6%
  But it’s likely to recover to 6.9% in 2021
  • Delhi's air quality slips to 'very poor' category
  We need to do a lot in the city and we are trying, says Chief Minister Kejriwal
  • 'Foreign' plastic invades Great Nicobar Island
  Researchers have found litter from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand on the island, which hosts a biosphere reserve.
  • Chennai Connect
  Modi and Xi have not allowed recent disagreements to cloud their meeting
  • A tax policy that could work
  Ensuring, with political will, that multinational companies actually pay their fair share of taxes is a feasible strategy
  • Prize for peace
  Abiy Ahmed must view the Nobel as a call to end interrecthnic conflicts in Ethiopia
  • 'Education of mothers directly linked to better nutrition for children'
  PanIndia study of 1.2 lakh children by Health and Family Welfare Ministry shows children received better diets with higher levels of schooling among mothers
  • Nepal, China ink road connectivity deal
  Kathmandu to import more from Beijing; Chinese banks to open branches in Nepal
  • U.S. troops set to leave northern Syria
  Turkish offensive is likely to extend further, making situation ‘untenable’ for U.S. forces, says Esper
These notes are provided by ‘Dnyanjyoti Free Learning University’ to help students to learn and prepare for their Government exams.
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