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Today’s Important Editorials 8th May 2017 by IASToppers

Antibiotic resistance and Phage therapy; Aadhaar; Generic medicines policy; Should India Inc. bid for Westinghouse? NPA ordinance; Urban politics in India.
By IT's Selection Team
May 08, 2017

Contents

  • Blurring the lines on what is local
  • This time with feeling
  • Dissent and Aadhaar
  • Getting Narendra Modi’s generic medicines policy right
  • Should India Inc. bid for Westinghouse?
  • In fire-fighting mode
  • A medicine worse than the disease

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Blurring the lines on what is local

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Local issues do shape contestation in urban local bodies, but they alone do not drive the outcome

 

This time with feeling

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The ordinance enabling the RBI to act on bad loans must be accompanied by wider reform

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Dissent and Aadhaar

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We have been numbed by a series of lies, myths and fictions about the project.

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Getting Narendra Modi’s generic medicines policy right

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Rolling out a half-baked populist agenda is likely to backfire and be detrimental to the public health agenda

 

Should India Inc. bid for Westinghouse?

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While Westinghouse Electric Co. is slated to build 6 nuclear reactors in India, several prominent voices have called for India not to enter into a contract with the bankrupt firm

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In fire-fighting mode

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While the NPA ordinance will set the resolution process into motion, it raises a larger question on the autonomy of banks

 

A medicine worse than the disease

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Antibiotic resistance is emerging as a major killer the world over. However, phage therapy holds promise as an alternative

 

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