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8th September – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Reviving the economy Scramjet vehicle: Explained ‘Green-Blue’ policy: Delhi Master Plan 2041 REVIVING THE ECONOMY Focus: GS-III Indian Economy Why in news? The collapse of gross domestic product (GDP) growth by 23.9% for the April to June period comes as an expectation given that the economy was under a strict lockdown for most of […]

30th & 31st August – Editorials/Opinions Analyses?

Contents UN on Social Justice for people with Disabilities What to look for in GDP data? Japan and Supply Chain Resilience Initiative On sub-classification among SCs UN ON SOCIAL JUSTICE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES Focus: GS-II Social Justice Introduction The United Nations has released its first-ever guidelines on access to social justice for people with […]

29th August – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents National well-being and the counts that matter SC: Flag inequalities within SC-ST categories Government and Common Electoral Roll NATIONAL WELL-BEING AND THE COUNTS THAT MATTER Focus: GS-II Governance, Social Justice Introduction Measuring and tracking matters of import is critical to individual, community as well as national well-being. If we equally value all Indians, we […]

28th August – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents The ‘quota within quota’ debate Strategic importance of Atal Tunnel at Rohtang THE ‘QUOTA WITHIN QUOTA’ DEBATE Focus: GS-II Social Justice, Governance Why in news? A five-judge Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court reopened the legal debate on sub-categorisation of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes for reservations, or what is commonly referred to as […]

27th August – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Why RBI sent Rs 73,615 crore to RBI’s Contingency Fund? How marriage age and women’s health are linked? What is vaccine nationalism? Uncharted territory of outer space Bringing the Internet to everyone Making agricultural market reforms successful WHY RBI SENT RS 73,615 CRORE TO RBI’S CONTINGENCY FUND? Focus: GS-III Indian Economy Introduction The Reserve […]

26th August – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents The marginalisation of justice in public discourse It takes two: Urban and Rural Economic Recovery The jump in forex reserves may not be a positive sign THE MARGINALISATION OF JUSTICE IN PUBLIC DISCOURSE Focus: GS-II Social Justice Introduction The pursuit of greed and narrow self-interest leads to severe inequalities, to an unequal division of […]

23rd & 24th August – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents More evidence of India’s food insecurity Thinking through the Nepal policy MORE EVIDENCE OF INDIA’S FOOD INSECURITY Focus: GS-II Social Justice Introduction Data from the latest edition of the State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World (SOFI) report show that India retains the dubious distinction of being the country with the largest […]

25th August – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents The challenge of catching elusive taxpayers Reversing health sector neglect with a reform agenda India does need a Fiscal Council India’s inflation targeting raises tough questions THE CHALLENGE OF CATCHING ELUSIVE TAXPAYERS Focus: GS-III Indian Economy Introduction India’s tax collection is set to decline sharply in 2020 because of the decline in national income […]

22nd August – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Differential impact of COVID-19 and the lockdown BIS’s draft standard for drinking water supply DIFFERENTIAL IMPACT OF COVID-19 AND THE LOCKDOWN Focus: GS-II Social Justice Introduction According to Walter Scheidel, the Austrian economic historian, during times like a pandemic, the decline in inequality is a result of excess mortality that raises the price of […]

21st August – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents China-Russia ties as a major determinant Privatisation via graded autonomy Regulating India’s online pharmacy CHINA-RUSSIA TIES AS A MAJOR DETERMINANT Focus: GS-II International Relations Introduction to the key triangle The triangular relationship between America, China and Russia has, for the most part, shaped global politics since 1950. India is not a part of this […]