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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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Editorial Simplified: The Missing Women | GS – III

Editorial Simplified: The Missing Women | GS – III

Sustainable Development Goal 8 (Target 8.6) mentions that by 2020 there should be a substantial reduction in the proportion of youth in the category of Not in Education, Employment and Training.

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Weakening Lokmat For Lokpal – Jan Lokpal Movement Then and Now – Exclusive Article Series

WEAKENING LOKMAT FOR LOKPAL / JAN LOKPAL MOVEMENT THEN AND NOW The lackluster public attention to recent protest of BJP MLAs over Jan Lokpal in Delhi Assembly and thin crowds in Ramlila Maidan for Anna Hazare six day fast for Lokpal in March, 2018, invites surprise and examination when compared to public crescendo and groundswellContinue reading →

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Freedom of Speech & Expression – A Right or a Responsibility !

Let’s take up two divergent views on freedom of Speech and Expression:

First – “An intelligent, culturally aware, aesthetically evolved citizenry must take an uncompromising stance against bigotry and thought control “ – it makes a blistering case for freedom of expression in general and artistic freedom of expression in particular.

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Dynamics of India’s Changing Foreign Policy – Challenges & Prospects – III

In this Last Section we will briefly analyse how Indian foreign policy has been shaping on till date while dealing with these security and developmental challenges in the light of the concept of core national interest discussed earlier. First, the issue of Security; it is essentially assessed in terms of ‘threat perception’ arising first fromContinue reading →

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Dynamics of India’s Changing Foreign Policy – Challenges & Prospects – II

Part II Dynamics of India’s Foreign Policy to meet the challenges of the 21st century. ‘Nehruvian’ phase would be an apt description of India’s foreign policy from 1947 to May 1964, when he passed away because it bore the stamp of Pandit Nehru’s idealism and world view in the post world war II bipolar configurationContinue reading →

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