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20th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Access to Internet- The SC verdict Move to cash transfers of subsidies will lead to savings Being forearmed on climate change Technology: The main front in the US-China trade war ACCESS TO INTERNET- THE SC VERDICT Details In Anuradha Bhasin v. Union of India the SC’s interpretation of the fundamental rights governing the freedom […]

17th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Talking of Kashmir The perils of RBI’s fixation on inflation Mob Lynchings: Need of the laws Relation between loss of access to groundwater and decline in agricultural income TALKING OF KASHMIR Why in news? Since the government’s decision on abrogation of Article 370 in August 2019, China raised the issue of Kashmir at the United Nations […]

16th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents NIA Act: Challenged by Chhattisgarh The 2010s -Hottest Decade so far Volcanoes and earthquakes: The pacific ring of fire Geography of farmer suicides NIA ACT: CHALLENGED BY CHHATTISGARH Why in news? The Chhattisgarh government moved to the Supreme Court against the 2008 National Investigative Agency (NIA) Act, stating it is violative of the Constitution. […]

14th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Vote for Status Quo in Taiwan U.S.A – Iran: In the name of Self-defence Counter Cyclical Fiscal Response to the ongoing Slowdown VOTE FOR STATUS QUO Why in news? Pro democratic president of Taiwan, Ms Tsai’s win from Democratic progressive party [DPP] In presidential election in Taiwan could further strain ties with china Taiwan […]

13th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Who was Tanaji Malusare? Favouring public order over justice WHO WAS TANAJI MALUSARE? Malusare is known for his role in the Battle of Sinhagad (1670), which he fought under the Maratha flag against the Mughals, losing his life in the campaign. What was the Battle of Sinhagad, and why is Tanaji Malusare remembered? In […]

12th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Why are Bushfires raging in Australia? WHY ARE BUSHFIRES RAGING IN AUSTRALIA? Why in news?   Australia’s bushfires have razed more than 10.3 million hectares (103,300 sq km) of land — roughly the size of South Korea — since September.  Why did Australia suffer from drought? Playing out to the north and south of […]

11th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Eloquently Reticent A Health Emergency : Polio Taking a Holistic Approach to Dengue ELOQUENTLY RETICENT Why in news? SC mandated government to review the curbs on internet in JK, following the abrogation of article 370. What did SC tell ? An indefinite ban on the Internet is impermissible, but fails to direct the restoration […]

10th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Mining Deep A Continent on Fire CDS and the path to Jointmanship State of Open Source in India MINING DEEP Why in news? Center has liberated norms and reduced taxes for the coal sector in the country. Mineral Laws (Amendment) Ordinance 2020 cleared by the Cabinet on Wednesday will free the sector from restrictions […]

9th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents From the Brink of War Reality Check: On Govt. Projecting Slower GDP Growth A Multilateral alternative, by Asia The Indian Constitution’s unitary tilt FROM THE BRINK OF WAR Why in news? US president, Donald Trump made a statement following the missile attacks on US bases in Iran and said that there were no causalities […]

8th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Design flaws with the post of CDS Amidst a tragedy, an opportunity Capping prices of non-scheduled drugs is a bad idea DESIGN FLAWS WITH THE POST OF CDS Why in news? The Chief of Defence Staff, apart from being the head of the Department of Military Affairs, will also be the Permanent Chairman of […]