The Scroll article ‘Aadhaar made mandatory for TB patients seeking cash assistance,’ published on June 21, 2017, seems to be a half-hearted attempt at criticising the push to link Aadhaar to beneficiaries under key government schemes.
The Hindustan Times editorial ‘Chief ministers such as Raje are doing more harm than good to Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’, published on June 19, 2017, talks about the death of Zafar Khan in Pratapgarh
The NDA candidate for the post of President of India, who will contest in the July 17 presidential election, is Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kovind. Expectedly, there is a debate raging about the detailed credentials
The article in The Wire argues that the government is pushing its boundaries by making it mandatory to link Aadhaar to all non-small bank accounts through the Prevention of Money-laundering (Maintenance of Records) (Second
In an interview (‘Not enough fighter jets is akin to playing cricket with just 7 players’: Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa flags concern) to The Indian Express, published on June 19, Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa said that there
The Indian Express editorial ‘Missing the obvious’, published on June 19, 2017, talks about Guwahati’s drainage problems in the aftermath of the recent floods and ends up criticising the Smart Cities
The report talks about the sou motu cognisance taken by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) regarding the plight of manual scavengers “including 30 women in Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh
The article, written by Lalita Panicker, criticises the Central Bureau of Investigation for responding to a June 7 New York Times editorial (“India’s Battered Free Press” target = “blank”) that talked about “an alarming new level
The opinion piece talks about a recent clarification made by the Ministry of AYUSH, pertaining to its booklet on mother and child care.
In the article cited above, Kamal Mitra Chinoy claims that recent instances of political statements by senior military officials are worrisome and these political statements are being increasingly released to the press and even printed.
The article criticises the Smart City scheme by questioning the differential distribution of allocated funds for developing different pockets of selected cities.