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Today’s(February 07, 2022) Important News Headlines

Today’s(February 07, 2022) Important News Headlines

In this daily series, we bring the Daily Important News Articles for UPSC Current Affairs(Prelims & Mains) Preparation, to make reading newspapers a simple, effective and time-saving task. We cover important articles for the GS paper of UPSC prelims along with four general studies papers (GS I, GS II, GS III and GS IV) as per the UPSC Mains syllabus.


The Hindu


Relevance(P & M)

GS 1 & GS 2 1 Centre to tweak no-build zone around monuments 1. Parliamentary Standing Committee
2. The Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains (AMASR) Act, 1958
GS 1 & GS 2 2 Geographical Indication tag sought for three products from Uttar Pradesh 1. Geographical Indication (GI) tag
2. Bundelkhand Kathiya Gehu (Wheat), Banarasi Tabla and Sitapur Durrie
GS 3 2 Second hatchery for Olive Ridleys to be set up off ECR in Villupuram 1. Olive Ridleys
2. Schedule I of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972
GS 2 & GS 3 6 Weighing in on a health data retention plan 1. National Health Authority (NHA)
2. Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM)
3. data protection law
GS 2 6 Death of a terrorist Q. How Geopolitical and sectarian faultlines in Iraq and Syria enhance the threat from the IS? Discuss.
GS 2 & GS 3 6 Fixing frequencies first Q. Policymakers must make sure that the 5G economic payoff will outweigh the high cost. Discuss.
GS 2 & GS 3 7 India’s ‘return’ to Central Asia Q. While the gains from engaging Central Asia may be minimal, non-engagement could be costly for India. Analyse.
GS 2 8 SC to weigh between ‘national security’, judicial scrutiny Q. It is a settled position of law that in matters pertaining to national security, the scope of judicial review is limited. Discuss.
GS 2 8 Panel redraws all five J&K LS seats J&K Delimitation Commission

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