Important Articles from Indian Express: 26/5/2020

Front Page

  • More troops to Uttarakhand after Chinese LAC build up (GS-2)
  • Target 2 lakh tests daily, Pvt lab share remains under 20% (GS-2)
  • Older children first, staggered schedule Centre works on back to school norms (GS-2)

Express Network

  • India, Israel to share tech knowhow on covid fight (GS-2)
  • If we don’t find solution soon, staying in will tell on the health of elderly (GS-2)
  • WHO suspends allocation of patients to HCQ arm for now (GS-2)
  • Locust enter jaipur localities officials say more likely on way (GS-3)


  • The Ladakh warning (GS-2)
  • Migration ours and theirs (GS-1)
  • Against workers (GS-2)
  • Think smarter (GS-1)

Ideas Page

  • The contagion of fear(GS-2)
  • The pashtun question (GS-2)


  • What can go wrong with styrene ? (GS-3)
  • Now online, a map tracking migrants, real time (GS-1)
  • In uncertain times, how search for normal year leads to data vaccum (Prelims)


  • Nepali citizens coming from India spreading virus


  • Legal hurdles, trade union opposition force some states to pull back major changes (GS-2)
  • Despite lockdown curbs, wheat procurement surpasses last year’s level (GS-3)
  • India looking to store cheap oil in US : Pradhan (GS-3/2)

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