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Today’s(November 27, 2021) Important Headlines from The Hindu

Subject Page No. (Delhi Ed.) Important Headlines Relevance(P & M)
GS 2(Health, Important International Institutions) 1 Omicron new variant of concern 1. World Health Organization (WHO)

2. Omicron

GS 1(Indian Heritage and Culture) 1 Show that celebrated 200 years of Bengal art to shut down 1. Ghare Baire(at home and the world)

2. Kalighat and Early Bengal paintings


GS 3 (Government Policies & Interventions, Health, Gender, Issues Related to Children, Issues Related to Women) 8 A close reading of the NFHS-5, the health of India A comparison of NFHS-5 with NFHS-4 (2015-16) reveals improvement in several dimensions such as educational attainment, institutional deliveries, vaccinations, infant mortality and much more. Elaborate.
GS 2(Poverty, Government Policies & Interventions

GS 3(Employment, Issues Relating to Development)

8 Shore up the lifeline Considering that the MGNREGS acts as a robust lifeline it will be prudent for the Government to make up the shortfalls in the allocations quickly. Explain.
GS 2(NITI Aayog, Planning, Co-operative Federalism) 11 Over 50% of Bihar population multidimensionally poor: NITI 1. NITI Aayog’s Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI)

2. Analyse how the development of the National Multidimensional Poverty Index of India is an important contribution towards instituting a public policy tool that monitors multidimensional poverty, informs evidence-based and focused interventions?

GS 2(Important International Institutions) 14 Cross-border insolvency draft on anvil UNCITRAL model law on Cross-Border Insolvency, 1997
GS 3(Government Policies & InterventionsGrowth & Development, Constitutional Bodies) 8 Indian agriculture needs a Verghese Kurien 1. Amul’s success has not been the catalyst for similar movements across other agricultural commodities in India.

2. The cooperative movement in India is in a state of flux. It has suffered due to lack of professional management, adequate finance and poor adoption of technology. Comment.

3. Mr Verghese Kurien had a deep distrust of India’s bureaucracy. He saw it as a leftover of the colonial mindset and the product of a western lifestyle. Do you agree with him?

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