1. Panel bats for equality in child’s guardianship

  • A mother and father should have equal rights as guardians of their children and the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act (HMGA), 1956 should be amended as it discriminates against women, a parliamentary panel has recommended in its report.
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  • GS Paper 2: Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population by the Centre and the States and the performance of these schemes

2. Kerala Guv. objects to reissue of ordinances

  • Kerala Governor Arif Mo hammed Khan took exception to the State government’s move to reissue ordinances instead of getting the executive orders ratified by the Assembly.
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  • GS Paper 2: Structure, organisation and functioning of the Executive and the Judiciary

3. Macro-variable projections in uncertain times

  • International factors and faulty data will impact India’s projections of GDP, inflation and balance of payments
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  • Prelims syllabus: GS 1- Indian Economy (macroeconomics)

4. PMLA verdict — due process will be bulldozed

  • The problem of the process being the punishment, which is present in the criminal justice system, can be aggravated
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  • GS Paper 3: Security- money-laundering and its prevention

5.  A law, without a flaw

  • The SC has put unmarried women on an equal footing in availing abortion services
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  • GS Paper 2: GS Paper 2: Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections (women’s issues)

6. Launch a national tribal health mission

  • It can be the path to a peaceful health revolution for the 11 crore tribal people in India
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  • GS Paper 2: Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population

7. The fight for fiscal autonomy

  • The erosion of fiscal autonomy does not bode well for our federal structure and will thwart the growth of developed States
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  • Prelims syllabus: GS 1- Indian Economy

8. No district-level minority groups, says SC

  • Supreme Court cites 11 judge Bench judgment, says such identification can be done only at State level
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  • Prelims syllabus: Current events of national and international importance.

9. Bill to set up carbon markets passed in LS

  • Lok Sabha on Monday passed the Energy Conservation (Amendment) Bill, 2022, which provides for the establishment of carbon credit markets and brings large residential buildings under the energy conservation regime.
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  • GS Paper 3: Environmental pollution and degradation

10. House rocked over new Electricity Bill

  • Amid vociferous protests by Opposition members, the Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2022 that seeks to give multiple players open access to distribution networks of power suppliers and allow consumers to choose any service provider, was introduced in the Lok Sabha on Monday.
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  • Prelims syllabus: Current events of national and international importance.

11. 80% decline in value of fake currency notes’

  • Discernible trend of reduction in number of counterfeit notes detected in banking system: Minister
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  • GS Paper 3: Challenges to internal security

12. Parvati idol of Chola-era temple traced to NY auction house

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  • Prelims syllabus: Art and Culture

13. Promote Har Ghar Tiranga campaign: UGC

  • Ministry of Culture has developed a website–where citizens are en couraged to pin a flag and upload a selfie with the Tricolour.
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  • Prelims syllabus: Current events of national and international importance.

14. Infra worth ₹1.62 lakh cr. to be monetised in FY23

  • Infrastructure assets worth more than ₹1.62 lakh crore are expected to be monetised during the current fiscal, Parliament was in formed on Monday.
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  • GS Paper 3: Infrastructure – Energy, Ports, Roads, Airports, Railways etc.


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