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Bhutan’s pursuit of happiness, shortage of health sub-centres in UP, and role of digitisation in IGNOU

Here is a list of five stories that you must read this weekend

Government sanctions new posts to hire cyber security professionals

At present, ICERT functions with approximately 20 regular personnel

CEA’s campaign against ‘poor standards’ finds some success

China’s rating downgraded, Arvind Subramanian had repeatedly questioned anomaly

The walled city by moonlight

Swapna Liddle’s book on the grandeur of Shahjahanabad – Old Delhi for the uninitiated – is a billet doux and a splendiferous slide-show

Modi inaugurates India’s longest bridge in Assam

The bridge will open up doors for economic development, says the prime minister

Doubling farmers’ income challenging, yet attainable: Niti Aayog

Agrarian distress is spreading and getting severe over time, impacting almost half of the population of the country that is dependent on farming for livelihood

The rise and rise of muscular nationalism

These three years have seen a shrill “us versus them” debate. Either you are with BJP’s variant of nationalism, or you are an anti-national

PSU

PSUs must be more disciplined: Anil Swarup

School education secretary lays emphasis on extensive use of information technology to turn into a paperless entity

Parody of the health mission

Even a decade after the launch of the national rural health mission, Uttar Pradesh is facing severe shortage of health workers and sub-centres

IGNOU: The making of an education behemoth

IGNOU is the world’s largest university, with a staggering 30 lakh students on its rolls. Will going digital help it grow even bigger?



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