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GIST OF CURRENT AFFAIRS (10.04.2016-11.04.2016)

GIST OF CURRENT AFFAIRS (10.04.2016-11.04.2016)
1. Colombo port project not a security threat to India
The Colombo Port City project, which both China and Sri Lanka have decided to develop into a financial hub, will not have................................
2. Banks will remain political fiefdoms till privatized
Public sector banks are losing huge sums and running up gargantuan bad debts. Defaulters like Vijay Mallya, once politically................................
3. Realty doesn’t bite. More homes bring jobs and joy
My friends tell me that happiness is an ‘inside job’ and entails changing my attitude to life. They ask me to slow down, do yoga, and learn to meditate................................
4. Not a court of everyday appeals
Much as Justice Felix Frankfurter once said of the U.S. Supreme Court, India’s Supreme Court too is a “is a very special kind of court”.................................
5. Privacy vs Security Conflict in Encryption
Whatsapp, the popular instant messaging application has now secured chat and voice calls, with an end-to-end encryption. Brilliant, one would say.................................
6. Exceeding expectations
The finance ministry could not have completed fiscal 2015-16 on a better note. For the first time since 2007-08, the Centre’s gross tax collection................................
7. Regulating overreach
The Supreme Court has rightly quashed a public interest litigation challenging the permission given to Reliance Jio for offering................................
8. The crisis in steel
Tata, trying to sell its steel unit in the UK, first went to the government for help. Cheap imports from China were making the unit................................
9. Focus on trade
The government is finally showing some activity in response to the exports crisis. India's exports have fallen for 15 months in a row. The average................................
10. On detecting and delaying diabetes
The Hindu
Between 1980 and 2014, the age-adjusted prevalence of diabetes in India more than doubled among men (from 3.7 to 9.1 per cent) and women (4.6 to 8.3 per cent).................................
11. Panama papers: towards a collaborative future
Digital disruption has created an ironic situation for the news media industry. On the one hand, media organisations have been able to reach................................
12. The problem of secretive tax havens
In popular Indian imagination, a tax haven is generally associated with Switzerland and its numbered bank accounts. But tax havens................................
13. Centre plans anti-terror cyber-push
Alarmed that an increasing number of young people are being radicalised by the Islamic State (IS) through online videos and social media groups................................
14. India-EU free trade impasse may end
Indian industry is ready to grant greater market access to European Union firms in areas such as automobiles, wines and spirits in return..........

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