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The Hindu Daily Newspaper

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The Hindu 2018 Newspapers
The Hindu 2018 Newspapers
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Fields of concern — on MSP for kharif crops

Within months of announcing generous hikes in the minimum support price (MSP) for several crops in the kharif summer season, the NDA government on Wednesday approved an increase in the MSP offered for rabi crops. These increases mark a sharp change from the cautious approach adopted by the Narendra Modi government in raising MSPs during the first half of its tenure.

http://www.examsportalhub.com/2018/10/THE-Hindu-editorial-and-its-vocabulary-October-5th-2018-Fields-of-concern.html

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Short-term window — on BSP shunning the Congress

Even as she shut the door on the Congress, the Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati left a window open. While calling off talks on an alliance with the Congress for the Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan Assembly elections, Ms. Mayawati kept alive the possibility of an understanding for the Lok Sabha election.

http://www.examsportalhub.com/2018/10/THE-Hindu-editorial-and-its-vocabulary-October-5th-2018-Short-term-window.html

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A populist haze — on Brazil polls

The campaign for Sunday’s elections in Brazil is beset by an anti-establishment mood, as in several democracies. Legislators at the state and national levels are being elected, but it is the contest for the President’s post that has really polarised the campaign. The personalised nature of the contest owes to the lingering shadow of Operation Car Wash, a buzzword for the anti-corruption campaign that underpins the confrontation between the legislature and the judiciary.

http://www.examsportalhub.com/2018/10/THE-Hindu-editorial-and-its-vocabulary-October-4th-2018-A-Populist-haze.html

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No sweeping change — on Swachh Bharat Mission

India’s Swachh Bharat Mission is receiving global praise for attempting to close the sanitation gap of nearly 60% of the rural population not having access to a toilet at home in 2014. The NDA government invoked Mahatma Gandhi’s vision of a clean and healthy country when it launched the ambitious programme. On the eve of Independence, Gandhi saw the lack of a “sense of national or social sanitation” as the root of all diseases among Indians.

http://www.examsportalhub.com/2018/10/THE-Hindu-editorial-and-its-vocabulary-October-4th-2018-No-Sweeping-time.html

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The new deals — on U.S.-Mexico-Canada pact

After more than a year of intense negotiation, the U.S., Canada and Mexico managed to arrive at a revised trade agreement on Sunday to replace the quarter-century-old North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Even though the deal does not do anything new to promote the cause of free trade among the North American nations, it achieves the objective of averting any significant damage to the international trade system. Sadly, this is the best anyone could possibly hope for in the midst of the global trade war that began this year.

http://www.examsportalhub.com/2018/10/THE-Hindu-editorial-and-its-vocabulary-October-3rd-2018-Pawar-games-defending-Modi-on-Rafale.html

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