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Indian Emigrants in War Zones

Context: In its inaugural acknowledgment of such incidents, the government has officially recognized that individuals of Indian origin have been enlisted by the Russian Army and strategically positioned within the borders of Ukraine, which are currently under Russian control. The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has confirmed that a limited number of Indian nationals have enlisted […]

Concerns over Interpol’s Notice System Misuse

Context: Recently, there has been growing apprehension regarding the potential misuse of Interpol’s notice system, particularly focusing on the less scrutinized blue corner notices compared to their red counterparts. The number of blue notices has witnessed a significant increase over the past decade, leading to concerns raised by critics who argue that these notices are […]

SC on Maintenance for Divorced Muslim Woman

Context: Recently, the Supreme Court appointed a senior advocate as the amicus curiae for the matter concerned with the maintenance of Muslim women. Relevance: GS Paper 2: Historical underpinnings & evolution; Features, amendments, significant provisions, basic structure; Comparison of Indian constitutional scheme with other countries’ Dimensions of the Article: What are the Alimony and Maintenance? Alimony […]

About The Bharat Rice

Focus: GS Paper 2: Issues relating to poverty and hunger Why in News? Union Minister for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Textiles and Commerce and Industry launched the sale of Rice under ‘Bharat’ brand. Bharat Rice: Bharat Atta is already being sold by these 3 agencies @ Rs. 27.50 per Kg in 5Kg and 10 […]

Challenges in the Indian Examination System

Context: The effectiveness of the Indian examination system is under scrutiny due to recurring scandals, inconsistent standards, and a predominant emphasis on rote memorization, posing concerns in the dynamic education landscape. Relevance: GS II: Education Dimensions of the Article: Concerns Regarding the Current Examination System in India Impact on Credibility: Rote Learning and Short-Term Memorization: […]

Ensure More Women in Technology

Context: With the Lok Sabha elections approaching and political parties preparing to choose candidates, it is essential to acknowledge the longstanding issue of inadequate representation of women in the National Parliament, state legislatures, and positions of power. This problem is not exclusive to India; it persists, and in some cases worsens, in many other countries, […]

One Person, One Vote, One Value

Context: Political equality within liberal democracies goes beyond providing equal opportunities for participation in the political decision-making process; it also involves ensuring that each vote holds the same value as those of other community members. Relevance: GS-2 Mains Question: Along with addressing quantitative dilution of vote value, the next Delimitation Commission needs to address qualitative […]

Supreme Court On Same Sex Marriages

Context: The recent decision by the Supreme Court of India not to grant legal recognition to same-sex marriages represents a significant legal setback for the queer community in the country. Despite the advancements in law and the evolving understanding of individual rights in recent years, there was widespread anticipation that the five-judge Constitution Bench would interpret the Special […]

De-Risking is Better Than Decoupling

Context: Globalization has reached a point where complete economic decoupling of a country or region is impractical. The way forward involves de-risking and realignment instead. Relevance: Mains Question: Is economic decoupling of a country relevant in the present global scenario? Use illustrations to substantiate your argument. (15 marks, 250 words). Economic Decoupling and Present Scenario: […]