Daily the Hindu News Paper Headlines 10-3-2022
1. Overthrowing Ukraine govt. is not our goal, says Russia
- Gs 3, Front Page
- Russia will achieve its goal of ensuring Ukraine’s neutral status and will prefer to do that through talks, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said.
2. Old pension system back in Chhattisgarh
- The old pension system (OPS) for State government employees and double the yearly MLA local area development fund.
- GS 2, Front Page
3. Water management needs a hydro-social approach
- Page 6, Editorial
- The Global Water System Project, which was launched in 2003 as a joint initiative of the Earth System Science Partnership (ESSP) and Global Environmental Change (GEC) programme, epitomises global concern about the human-induced transformation of fresh water and its impact on the earth system and society. The fact is that freshwater resources are under stress, the principal driver being human activities in their various forms.
4. China looks for ‘acceptable solution’ on LAC
- Page 8 News, Gs 3
- China on Wednesday said it hoped military-level talks with India set for Friday would “move forward” the long-running negotiations on disengagement along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) towards “an acceptable solution” for both sides.
- The Chinese Foreign Ministry made a similar observation on Wednesday with spokesperson Zhao Lijian saying the previous round in January saw both sides hold “a candid, in-depth exchange of views” and that Beijing “hopes this round of meeting, on the basis of previous meetings, can move forward, further enlarge consensus, narrow differences and work for a solution that is acceptable to both parties”
5. Upper age limit for NEET¬ UG removed
- The upper age limit for appearing in the National Eligibility¬ cum ¬Entrance Test (Undergraduate) [NEET¬UG] has been removed. The announcement was made through a circular issued by the National Medical Commission (NMC) on Wednesday after a meeting.
- Page 8, News
6. Ukraine bans exports of wheat, oats, other staples.
- Ukraine’s government has banned the export of wheat, oats and other staples that are crucial for global food supplies as authorities try to ensure they can feed people during Russia’s intensifying war.
- New rules on agricultural exports introduced this week also prohibit the export of millet, buckwheat, sugar, live cattle, and meat and other “by products” from cattle, according to a government announcement.
- Page 11, Gs 2,3
7. Reviving the inland water transport system for the Northeast
- The docking of the MV Lal Bahadur Shastri carrying 200 MT of food grains for the FCI has rekindled hope for the inland water transport system in the Northeast.
- Transportation of cargo service through waterways in Bangladesh is possible because of the Protocol on Inland Water Transit and Trade signed between the two countries.
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