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1. Health of 5 states going to polls ( News and Blogs )
 

Healthcare is important to political and economic debate because inadequate public healthcare and healthcare expenses push an additional 55 million people back into poverty in India every year, according to a 2015 Lancet paper.


2. 2017: 4 things India can look forward to ( News and Blogs )
 

An increased focus on renewable energy, more reliable power supply to villages, growing spread of Aadhaar -- the national identification system -- and greater use and spread of the Internet. Those, according to IndiaSpend, are the four things India can look forward to in 2017.


3. Rhino population up 35 times in 107 years ( Animals and Plant Life )
 

The Indian rhino was moved from its status of endangered(since 1986) to vulnerable in 2008 by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). It is estimated that India is home to over 2,200 rhinos spread in parts of Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and mostly in Assam.


4. 5 Hurdles to Modi's push for cashless economy ( News and Blogs )
 

Modi and his cabinet ministers have launched a major social-media effort to promote cashless transactions, but will it succeed? The article ponders on the hurdles of making India a cashless economy.


5. Rs 14 lakh crore cash junked - what that means for black money ( News and Blogs )
 

Rs 14 lakh crore or $217 billion, 86 per cent of the value of Indian currency currently in circulation, became useless from midnight of November 8, 2016.Three ways in which demonitisation affect the black-money economy..


6. Why there is no option but to share Cauvery water ( News and Blogs )
 

Tamil Nadu and Karnataka's Cauvery basin reservoirs are half as full as they should be, even as the Supreme Court modified its week-old order and allowed Karnataka to release 20 per cent less water..