1.To boost spending, Centre releases ₹1.16 lakh cr. to States

  • Two month dues in one go to ease constraints after end of GST compensation
  • Page 1
  • GS Paper 3: Indian Economy and issues relating to planning, mobilisation of resources

2. SC to take up plea to ban convicts from polls for life

  • Supreme Court said it would consider a plea seeking a lifetime ban on people convicted of offences from contesting elections and becoming MPs and MLAs.
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  • GS Paper 2: Indian Polity and Governance – Salient features of the Representation of People’s Act

3. Justice Lalit appointed 49th CJI

  • Justice Uday Umesh Lalit was appointed the 49th Chief Justice of India (CJI) on Wednesday after President Droupadi Murmu signed his warrant of appointment.
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  • GS Paper 2: Appointment to various Constitutional posts

4. KU students’ data on sale on dark web

  • Kashmir University (KU) on Wednesday set up a special information technology team to see if grey hackers, who hack for fun, had allegedly made attempts to put the data of thousands of undergraduate students for sale at $250 on the dark web recently.
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  • GS Paper 3: security issues- Basics of cyber security

5.  Pinarayi Cabinet approves Forest Dept. plan on eco zones

  • One km buffer norm around protected areas to be nullified
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  • GS Paper 3: Environment- Conservation

6. Stolen Chola-era Buddha idol stuck in the U.S.

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  • Prelims syllabus: GS Paper 1- art and culture.

7. COVID- 19, arguably, has become endemic in India

  • It is time to deal with COVID19 just like any other health condition and integrate interventions in general health service
  • Page 8 (Editorial)
  • GS Paper 3: Science and Technology- Recent developments

8. A new global vision for G20

  • A shift is required from commitments on aid and trade to collaboration around science and technology
  • Page 9 (OpEd)
  • GS Paper 2: International Relations- Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting the Indian interests

9.The uproar over the Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2022

  • The Bill is opposed by farmers’ groups as they fear that the Bill will lead to stopping subsidies and that power distribution will thereafter be under the control of private companies.
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  • Prelims syllabus: Current events of national and international importance.

10. Corbevax gets nod as precaution dose

  • It will be available for adults who are fully vaccinated
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  • Prelims syllabus: science and technology

11. RBI targets unfair methods in digital lending with new norms

  • Lending business to be carried out only by regulated entities, says central bank
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  • Prelims syllabus: GS 1- Indian Economy


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