Maratha Reservation Summary

Maratha Reservation Summary UPSC- General Studies-2, Polity, Reservation Why in News The Supreme Court (SC) is set to commence the final hearing on the batch of Special Leave Petitions (SLPs-Article 136) against Maratha reservation in Maharashtra on a daily basis through video-conferencing. The apex court will also hear a petition challenging admission to postgraduate medical and dental courses under the […]

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Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan seek to ease cross-border tensions

UPSC Syllabus: Mains – GS Paper II- International Trade Why in News Recently, a ceasefire on the border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan appeared to be holding after a day of intense fighting between the two countries that has killed about 40 people and wounded about 175. Location: Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan belong to the central Asia region. Other countries of the region are Kazakhstan, […]

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DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS

29/APRIL/21 UPSC Current Affairs: Pandemic impact: Necessary to stop reverse migration UPSC Syllabus: Mains – GS Paper II– Governance Why in news India has been recording lakhs of fresh Covid-19 cases every dayover the last few days. Most major cities and growth centres—Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru, Surat, etc continue to witness rising cases at an alarming rate. Although the […]

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Daily News Analysis

29 April 2021 UPSC Current Affairs: Leaders call for House panels’ meet UPSC Syllabus: Mains – GS Paper II– Polity & Governance   Why in news Leaders of opposition have asked Rajya Sabha Chairman and Lok Sabha Speaker to allow virtual meetings of the parliamentary panels (standing committees). Last year similar demand was raised however, it was […]

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Daily Current Affairs

27 April 2021   The Hindu Article UPSC Current Affairs: Healthcare Infrastructure in India- Constraints, Challenges and Strategies. UPSC Syllabus: Mains – GS Paper III – Economy Why in News The recent COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the importance of Healthcare system in a country and it’s the key linkage to other sectors. It has clearly highlighted that […]

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News Analysis The Hindu – DEC 8, 2020

GS 2 – Polity & Governance SC nod for Central Vista inauguration Why in News? The Supreme Court allowed the foundation stone laying ceremony of a new parliament building to go ahead as scheduled on December 10 after the government gave an undertaking to keep in abeyance the construction or demolition of buildings and the […]

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News Analysis The Hindu – DEC 7, 2020

GS 3 – Environment Meghalaya village turns an oasis in coal mine desert Why in News? Rat-hole coal mining had sucked the life out of less than a decade ago. The village in the East Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya has now risen like the proverbial phoenix to become a clean, green dot in a […]

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News Analysis The Hindu – DEC 5, 2020

GS 2- Polity & Governance Farmers firm on repeal of Agri laws Why in News? Dimming hopes of a compromise, a joint front of protesting farmer groups rejected the Centre’s proposals to amend the three contentious agriculture laws and called for a ‘Bharat Bandh’ on December 8 to widen the agitation. The front reiterated the […]

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News Analysis The Hindu – DEC 4, 2020

GS 2- Polity & Governance Govt. offers to make 8 changes to farm laws Why in News? After over seven hours of discussion, the fourth round of talks between the Centre and farmer leaders ended inconclusively. Although the Centre offered to consider eight amendments to the contentious farm reform laws and offered assurances that the […]

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News Analysis The Hindu – DEC 3, 2020

GS 2- International Relations India will not accept less than bottom line in talks with China Why in News? Talks with China on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) could take much longer, External Affairs Minister of India indicated, drawing a parallel to a similar military stand-off in Arunachal Pradesh’s ‘Sumdorong Chu’ in 1986 that […]

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News Analysis The Hindu – DEC 2, 2020

GS 3 – Internal Security NSCN (IM) slams ‘divisive’ Nagaland Governor Why in News? The Isak-Muivah faction of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland, or NSCN (IM), has said its status as a State of the Indian Union was because of a few “treacherous Nagas”. Context The group also slammed Nagaland Governor for reflecting a […]

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News Analysis The Hindu – Nov 30, 2020

GS 3 – Internal Security 26/11 key accused wanted ‘medal’ for ‘top class’ input Why in News? Tahawwur Rana, key accused in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, wanted it to be conveyed to one of the Pakistani co-conspirators a year after the 2008 attacks that he deserved a ‘medal’ for ‘top class’ contribution and that […]

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