30th April – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Afghan peace and India’s elbow room Limitations of online learning COVID-19 A greater impact on women Strategic Shift – Reserving Healthcare for those who need it most AFGHAN PEACE AND INDIA’S ELBOW ROOM Focus: GS-II International Relations Why in news? Earlier in April, the United Nations Secretariat held a meeting of what it calls […]

29th April – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Lift the lockdown & open up Signalling support: On RBI relief for mutual funds The outline of another pandemic combat strategy Privacy concerns during a pandemic How the ozone layer hole over Arctic closed? LIFT THE LOCKDOWN & OPEN UP Focus: GS-III Disaster Management Is the Curve Flattened? So far, India has done a […]

28th April – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents The script of disruption and a new order Virtual, yet Open: Improving judicial processes A policy road map to tackle COVID-19 Ten Steps while restarting the Economic Engine What RBI’s Rs 50,000 crore boost means for Mutual Funds? THE SCRIPT OF DISRUPTION AND A NEW ORDER Focus: GS-II Governance Introduction: The Disruption The COVID-19 […]

27th April – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents At the edge of a new nuclear arms race Protecting the poor from becoming poorer Nations opting to trade with economies having political trust Where does COVID-19 virus first strike? AT THE EDGE OF A NEW NUCLEAR ARMS RACE Focus: GS-II International Relations, GS-III Science and Technology Why in news? In mid-April, a report […]

26th April – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Explained: 47 years of a judgment that upheld basic structure Why pathogens travel in search of a host? What is the impact of Donald Trump’s immigration ban? EXPLAINED: 47 YEARS OF A JUDGMENT THAT UPHELD BASIC STRUCTURE Focus: GS-II Polity, Governance Introduction Exactly 47 years ago, the Supreme Court passed its landmark judgment in […]

25th April – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents No 100% quota for tribal teachers: SC Clean environment now will only be short term States can amend law to up deficit target to over 3% Peshawar’s Qissa Khwani Bazaar massacre Explained: How oil price crash impacts sugar Create green worker pools, not green zones NO 100% QUOTA FOR TRIBAL TEACHERS: SC Focus: GS-II […]

24th April – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents The COVID-19 paradox in South Asia How will India emerge out of the lockdown? Protection for protectors Fishing in troubled waters during a pandemic Leveraging the COVID crisis THE COVID-19 PARADOX IN SOUTH ASIA Focus: GS-III Disaster Management Context The first person tested positive for COVID-19 on January 21 in the United States and […]

23rd April – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Enabling research on a common intellectual property platform The village is still relevant The virus knows no caste or creed A time for planetary solidarity Enacting a law barring appointment of retired judges ENABLING RESEARCH ON A COMMON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PLATFORM Focus: GS-III Science and Technology India’s reputation in the medical field India’s reputation […]

22nd April – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Putting the SAGAR vision to the test Explained: Why are oil futures in negative terrain? The key strategy is fiscal empowerment of States A change in migrant policy Futures shock: On oil price fall below $0 PUTTING THE SAGAR VISION TO THE TEST Focus: GS-II International Relations What is SAGAR? In March 2015, Prime […]

21st April – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents A nuanced approach on Chinese investments How reverse repo rate became benchmark interest rate? The occasion to revisit the sovereign’s role The invisible face of the fallout Nurturing air power to meet rising demand Implement Aarogya Setu, but only through law A NUANCED APPROACH ON CHINESE INVESTMENTS Focus: GS-III Indian Economy, GS-II International Relations […]