9th March – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents: No green shoots of a revival in sight as yet Having an ear to Adivasi ground Missing at birth NO GREEN SHOOTS OF A REVIVAL IN SIGHT AS YET Focus: GS-III Indian Economy Why is news? On February 28, as per its release calendar, the National Statistical Office (NSO) put out the third quarter […]

Current Affairs for UPSC IAS Exam – 9 March 2020

Contents: Over 40% govt. schools don’t have power, playgrounds Mason, centenarians, artists among Nari Shakti winners Gender Budget: Rhetoric, Reality Global Crude Oil War brings good tidings for India How demand for Organic Food is Driving Biotech Innovation OVER 40% GOVT. SCHOOLS DON’T HAVE POWER, PLAYGROUNDS Focus: GS-II Social Justice Why in news? Almost half […]

PIB 24th January

Contents: Government of India and the World Bank deal Targeting Construction of National Highways at the Rate of 40 Km Per Day NISHTHA (National Initiative for School Heads’ and Teachers’ Holistic Advancement) International Summit on Women in STEM–“Visualizing the Future: New Skylines” GOVERNMENT OF INDIA AND THE WORLD BANK DEAL Why in news? The Government […]

25th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Justice for Rohingya Indo-US Relationship: Nationalist Similarities Karnataka’s towns from another age Cotton research bodies in India, Uganda to develop new seed variety JUSTICE FOR ROHINGYA Why in news? ICJ unanimously ruled mandating Myanmar to take the necessary actions to prevent genocide of Rohingya Muslims. More about the verdict The ruling vindicates findings by […]

Current Affairs for UPSC IAS Exam – 25 January 2020

Contents: How to Crack TNPSC: Use Disappearing Ink, Re-marked Answer Sheets Aspirants with Criminal past should not get Ticket: EC tells SC Cane Farmers Flag Brazil’s WTO Case Against India Gujarat High Court holds IGST on ocean freight ‘ultra vires’ “Vyom Mitra”-ISRO’s half Humanoid-An experimental mission of Gaganyaan GoI launches “Seismic Hazard Microzonation” to minimize […]