What to read from Newspapers 1 February 2023

What to read from Newspapers 1 February 2023

The Hindu Important News Articles

Front Page

GDP to grow 6.5% in 2023-24: Survey

₹1.56 lakh cr. GST mop-up in Jan. second highest so far


Core sectors grew 7.4% in Dec., fastest pace in 3 months

Faster inflation led to negative real growth in rural wages: Survey

‘Credit flow to MSMEs rose, aided by ECLGS’

IMF retains India growth outlook at 6.8% and 6.1% for FY22, FY23

Fiscal deficit touches 59.8% of FY23 target


Western allies differ over jets for Ukraine as Russia claims gains in the east


Doval, Sullivan hold tech talks in U.S.; Jaishankar meets Nuland in Delhi

‘SC verdict on adultery will not affect court martial’

Participation level of women in workforce concerning: Murmu

Decisive government working with lofty ambitions: President

World is looking at India’s Budget with hope, asserts Modi

‘Out-of-pocket health spending still high, despite govt. chipping in’

Shipbuilding industry can bolster ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’, says Survey

‘India needs access to global finance to achieve climate obligations on emissions’

Share of education in budgetary allocations has fallen over the last seven years: survey

Don’t take up Data Bill till House debates it: Centre

Collegium recommends two more new judges for Supreme Court

Text & Context

Funding and demand for MGNREGA


The quest for hope in Myanmar

Post-COVID, reading ability of students worsened more than math skills


The Economic Survey that wasn’t

Solar energy is not the best option for India

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The Indian Express Important News Articles

Front Page

Budget signal from states for FM : Capital spending gets boost

Gender gap in undergraduate widens gains of last few years lost to pandemic

Govt & Politics

SC to hear BBC docu ban pleas : waste of court time : Rijiju

Ukraine war makes obvious UNSC must be reformed : UNGA chief


Travellers and tourists

A push for small business

Ideas Page

Let diplomacy flow

Treating the middle class fairly

What is lost at Mughal Gardens


China province lets unmarried individual raise children legally

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