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Today’s(February 12, 2022) Important News Headlines

Today’s(February 12, 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.

Subject

The Hindu

Headlines

Relevance(P&M)

GS 2 1 Quad meet focuses on Indo-Pacific ties 1. Quad
2. Russia-NATO tensions
GS 3 1 IIP growth slowed to 0.4% in December 1. IIP
GS 3 6 Taking a byte out of cyber threats Q. Failure to build resilience — at both the ‘technical and human level — will mean that the cycle of cyber attacks and the distrust they give rise to will continue to threaten the foundations of democratic society’. Discuss.
GS 3 6 Trumped-up rhetoric Q. The poor indicators on several livelihood factors and socio-economic development in the country are related to some extent to governance outcomes. Discuss.
GS 2 & GS 3 6 Clearing the airways Q. The world must prioritise equitable health care and also reclaim the pre-pandemic normality. Discuss.
GS 2 10 Will continue to support India’s rise and regional leadership: U.S.
Washington’s new Indo-Pacific strategy

 

GS 2 & GS 3 10 India, Australia edge closer to final ‘interim deal’ Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA)
GS 2 10 Habeas corpus plea by children of Pak. national Habeas corpus
GS 2 10 ‘133 drones sighted along Pak. border in 2 years’ Police Training, Modernisation and Police Reforms, by Parliamentary Standing Committee

The Indian Express

GS 2 10 State of ill health 1. NFHS-5
2. IMR
GS 2 10 The jobs crisis 1. Per Capita Income
2. MGNREGA
GS 3 15 11 MW in 5 sec 1. ITER Project
2. Nuclear Fusion

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