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The News Stand 24 June Part 2

National News, International News from The Hindu, Dainik Bhaskar, The Hitavada for 24 June

Swapnil Joglekar
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  1. Welcome to The News Stand Date : 24 JUNE THE HINDU, DAINIK BHASKAR, THE HITVADA, OTHERS

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  3. P.C. The Hindu Citizens andagriofficials are trying torevive an iconic7ooyearold banyantreein Telanganaspreadover4acre, savaged bytermites

  4. NATION . Centre may offer sops like restoring rations to military; to soothe ruffled feathers over the decision to open cantonment roads to civilian traffic' Rhino habitat under threat of mining; activist alleges inaction by Assam government; National Tiger Conservation Authority Report (NTCA) report ignored o Bihar Class 10 answer sheets sold as scrap; peon let scrap dealer into the school one night with vehicle, said police


  6. INTERNATIONAL Saudi Arabia's female accident inspectors prepare for women driving; the ins investigators will be called to the scene of the accident whenone of those involved is insured and at least one part is a woman . America Inc. may want to revise China growth plans; the market should get used to a new, hostile normal Trump threatens EU with stiff auto tariff after trade reprisals, Prez. warns of 20% tariff on US. imports of E. U. assembled cars, currently 2.5% on import of passenger cars and 25% on imported pickup trucks North Korea till a threat: Trump; extends for one year emergency measures that impose economic restrictions on Pyongyang U.K govt's move deeply offensive, Sadiq Khan questions decision to exclude Indian students from visa relaxation . The booming business of private prisons; detention centres due to deportation bids, from 3% in 99 to 19% in 14 Italy refuses entry to rescue ships; Matteo Salivini, Interior Min. says they want to stop the business of trafficking and mafia e

  7. BUSINESS Generalised System of Preferences: win-win for Indo-U.S. trade; it remains a ke aspect of overall commercial engagement; exports are less-expensive, high-quality alternatives that reduce the costs of final products Airports Authority of India, Honeywell to ally for voice recognition software; will help pilots, ATC overcome communication problems SEBI scraps IPO grading, safety net; both 'widely criticised' provisions officially deleted from ICDR Regulations Airports may have GI product stalls; minister asks officials to frame policy; intl airports to have pan-India products Russia's Tyumen keen on hosting Indian pharma ventures; reaches out to Indian officials, Pharmexcil; offers municipal land, tax sops, investment loans to attract foreign investments l Dhivya Suryadevaraappointed as the first woman CFO Motors. of 1io years old Genera o

  8. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY . Plink: the sound of falling drops decoded: Anurag Agarwal deciphers the cause; the trapped air bubble begins to vibrate as the cavity deepens New clue to Huntington's disease; Insulin signaling increases the cellular pool of proteins that restores the cellular transcription machinery which could slow the disease's progression, finds study in fruit flies New York's dept of Env. Health is using dry ice to kill rats by asphyxiation . IISc researchers find asthma drug effective in treating TB; mice models showed 'Pranalukast' to be effective, along or in combination with an anti-TB drug

  9. Paalaguttapalle bags a future; Dalit women have crafted a hit in Andhra Pradesh's Chittoordistrict.; compartments to protect smudging of vegetables