30th June – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Palestine faces an existential threat World Bank’s STARS project needs an overhaul Reading the draft EIA Norms PALESTINE FACES AN EXISTENTIAL THREAT Focus: GS-II International Relations Why in news? The UN Secretary General told a virtual meeting of the United Nations Security Council that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is at a “watershed moment” and that […]

30th June Current Affairs

Contents Rural demand Growth India, Bhutan: Kholongchhu project Chenab valley terror-free: Govt. Survey: Police not trained enough in human rights UN declaration delayed over climate text Clarify on blacklisting Tablighi Jamaat: Supreme Court RURAL DEMAND GROWTH Focus: GS-III Indian Economy Why in news? A bumper harvest and high rural incomes have a possibility of driving […]

PIB 29th June

Contents Government Bans 59 mobile apps PM SVANidhi Portal launch Skill development and PMKVY Gold Nanoparticles from Antarctic Bacteria GOVERNMENT BANS 59 MOBILE APPS Focus: GS-II Governance Why in news? The Ministry of Information Technology has decided to block 59 apps. The Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre, Ministry of Home Affairs has also sent an […]

29th June – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Absolute level of GDP over Growth Rates Lockdown: Harmful ozone levels increased The Mapillah uprising ABSOLUTE LEVEL OF GDP OVER GROWTH RATES Focus: GS-III Indian Express Introduction The GDP or Gross Domestic Product is nothing but the market value of all goods and services produced in an economy. According to IMF and S&P Global […]

29th June Current Affairs

Contents Gynandromorphism in dragonflies Indian reservoirs brimming as monsoon advances New rules to regulate exotic animal trade unveiled Russia to speed up defence deals GYNANDROMORPHISM IN DRAGONFLIES Focus: GS-III Science and Technology Why in news? Gyanandromorphism — a very rare biological phenomenon, was observed in Dragonflies at Kole wetlands. Details The Scarlet Skimmer (Crocothemis servilia) […]

28th June Current Affairs

Contents India’s locust control wing is oldest in world Sri Lanka turns to China to help with Debt Coronavirus infection might trigger type-1 diabetes TB during COVID-19 When the Indian Ocean’s ancient climate patterns return INDIA’S LOCUST CONTROL WING IS OLDEST IN WORLD Focus: GS-III Environment and Ecology, Disaster Management Why in news? Columns of […]

Comparison of Indian Constitution with British constitution for UPSC Exam

FEATURE BRITISH INDIAN Nature Unwritten Written Constitution and lengthiest Amendability Flexible and can be amended by 50% of the members present and voting Hybrid of Rigid and flexible DPSP and Duties Absent Present Origin Seen evolutionary development and not formed by a constituent assembly Was formed by constituent assembly Federalism Unitary in character – All […]

PIB 28th June

Contents Statistics Day and SDGs STATISTICS DAY AND SDGs Focus: GS-II Social Justice, Prelims Why in news? The Government of India has been celebrating the Statistics Day on the birth anniversary of Prof. P C Mahalanobis, on 29thJune, in recognition of his invaluable contribution in establishing the National Statistical System. Statistics Day, 2020 The Statistics […]

PIB 27th June

Contents Sankalp Parva Banking Regulation (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020 SANKALP PARVA Focus: GS-III Environment and Ecology Why in news? Prime Minister of India has called for planting at least five trees either in Office campus or wherever it is possible, to ensure clean and healthy environment of the country. Details Union Ministry of Culture has decided […]