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Today’s Important Editorials 16th May 2017 by IASToppers

Banning the death penalty; Carbon Tax; ‘Public’ approach in public health; China’s Belt and Road Initiative; The case against triple talaq; An evolving risk paradigm in the power sector; Is it time for a new Fiscal Responsibility Act?
By IT's Selection Team
May 16, 2017

Contents

  • The ‘public’ in public health
  • Off the road
  • Putting a global price on carbon
  • The Modi paradigm
  • Two verdicts, one message
  • The politics of territory
  • The case against triple talaq
  • An evolving risk paradigm in the power sector
  • Is it time for a new Fiscal Responsibility Act?

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The ‘public’ in public health

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The discourse must move beyond a top-down approach to listen to the people and formulate best insurance practices

 

Off the road

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Don’t shut the door on diplomacy overChina’s Belt and Road Initiative

 

Putting a global price on carbon

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A carbon tax is less likely to face political opposition while creating avenues for businesses and growth

 

The Modi paradigm

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The force multiplier will come from embracing cooperative and competitive federalism

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Two verdicts, one message

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A civilised and progressive jurisprudence calls for banning the death penalty. An aspect that requires discussion is the meaning of “rarest of rare” that is used to identify the category of offenders who may be sentenced to death.

 

The politics of territory

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China’s Belt and Road Initiative is a wake-up call for India: Geography is tied to economics and strategy

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The case against triple talaq

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Personal law must be subordinate to fundamental rights and subjected to the test of constitutional validity

 

An evolving risk paradigm in the power sector

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The growing risk profile for thermal power plants is likely to result in increasing cost of capital for them

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Is it time for a new Fiscal Responsibility Act?

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There should be no rush to amend the existing law or push through a new one until there is convincing evidence that India’s financial savings have fallen for good

 

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