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Editorial Simplified: Safety Nets| GS – III

Editorial Simplified: Safety Nets| GS – III

Relevance: GS Paper III (Economy) Theme of the article New rules on unregulated deposit schemes need to be backed up with proper checks. Why has this issue cropped up? President  promulgated the Banning of Unregulated Deposit Schemes Ordinance. What does the ordinance aim at? The ordinance bars all deposit schemes in the country that are notContinue reading →

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Editorial Simplified: Harmonising NBFCs| GS – III

Editorial Simplified: Harmonising NBFCs| GS – III

Relevance: GS Paper III (Economy) Why has this issue cropped up? The RBI recently spoke about working towards harmonisation of the various categories of NBFCs involved in credit intermediation. This is a welcome step. Categories of NBFCs in India Of the more than 10,000 NBFCs operating in India, 95 per cent are non-deposit taking. The othersContinue reading →

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Editorial Simplified: To Create Jobs| GS – III

Editorial Simplified: To Create Jobs| GS – III

The same potential for growth and job creation exists among the small-scale sector.

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Editorial Simplified: Interim Solution | GS – III

Editorial Simplified: Interim Solution | GS – III

As the experience of the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent events show, there has been a dramatic change in the risk environment under which central banks operate.

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Editorial Simplified: The Solution Is Universal| GS – III

Editorial Simplified: The Solution Is Universal| GS – III

Undoubtedly, farmers’ distress needs urgent attention but let’s see if the PM-KISAN is a reasonable solution.

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Editorial Simplified: Remove The Roots Of Farmers’ Distress | GS – III

Editorial Simplified: Remove The Roots Of Farmers’ Distress | GS – III

The next issue is the low productivity of Indian agriculture. Basics such as seeds, fertilizers, credit, land and water management and technology are important and should not be forgotten. Relevance: GS Paper III Theme of the article Steps like limited procurement, boosting productivity and consolidating land holdings can help reduce agrarian distress. Why has thisContinue reading →

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Editorial Simplified: Examining Farm Loan Waivers | GS – III

Editorial Simplified: Examining Farm Loan Waivers | GS – III

Economists and bankers are sharply divided on whether farm loan waivers are desirable. One section of economists and hard-nosed bankers argues that loan waivers represent poor policy for a variety of reasons. Relevance: GS Paper III Theme of the article The solution lies in better schemes that ensure universal coverage for small, marginal and medium-sizedContinue reading →

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Editorial Simplified: A tragedy that was long in the making | GS – III

Editorial Simplified: A tragedy that was long in the making | GS – III

The Sixth Schedule was enacted to protect the community rights of tribals from any form of exploitation of their land and resources. How can it now be used as an instrument to protect an activity that is a private enterprise, that is inhuman, and that violates Article 21 of the Constitution?

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