Editorials/Opinions Analysis For UPSC 02 November 2022
- The curious run of Andhra’s 3-capitals case
- GM Mustard: A Clinch for Science and Farmers
The Chief Justice of India (CJI) recently recused himself from hearing appeals filed by the government of Andhra Pradesh (AP) against an AP High Court decision that invalidated the state’s “three-capital” system. As a senior advocate, the CJI made this decision because he was previously involved in a thorough legal opinion to the state government on the Andhra Pradesh (AP) Reorganisation Bill.
GS Paper 2: Federalism, Indian Constitution, State Legislature, Judiciary
Discuss the concept of having multiple state capitals. Explain how it might affect the governance of a state in the country. Provide an appropriate example. (250 words)
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GM Mustard: A Clinch for Science and Farmers
Based on the recommendations of the Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee, the Ministry of Environment, Forests, and Climate Change recently approved the environmental release of genetically modified (GM) mustard hybrid (DMH 11), paving the way for commercial use of the first GM food crop (GEAC).
GS Paper 3: Science and Technology- developments and their applications and effects in everyday life
Discuss the benefits and drawbacks of genetically modified (GM) crops in India. (150 words)
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