25th March – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents: The race to find a cure for COVID-19 Services at our doorstep: Delivery Workers are the new Front-line Force Ironing out wrinkles in India’s pandemic response Death by fireworks: Violations of rules in hazardous industries THE RACE TO FIND A CURE FOR COVID-19 Focus: GS-III Science and Technology Why in news? While efforts to […]

24th March – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents: The age of the neoliberal virus A pandemic, an economic blow and the big fix Lockdown and beyond: Governments must aid people For a new generation of heroes in court COVID-19: Many tasks at hand Long live the nation-state: The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated THE AGE OF THE NEOLIBERAL VIRUS Focus: GS-III Disaster Management […]

18th March – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents: For a floor test first: On Madhya Pradesh crisis A revival of multilateralism, steered by India FOR A FLOOR TEST FIRST: ON MADHYA PRADESH CRISIS Focus: GS-II Governance, Prelims Why in news? Kamal Nath-led Congress government in Madhya Pradesh has to prove its majority on the floor of the legislature at the earliest. Delaying […]

7th March – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents: Making the Environment conducive for Justice Banking on Bailouts Monetary Policy can’t combat the COVID-19 Impact Double-edged sword: On Supreme Court’s cryptocurrency ruling MAKING THE ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE FOR JUSTICE Focus: GS-II Governance Why in news? Some of the areas affected by the recent riots in Delhi resemble a battlefield — and more than 50 […]

9th March – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents: No green shoots of a revival in sight as yet Having an ear to Adivasi ground Missing at birth NO GREEN SHOOTS OF A REVIVAL IN SIGHT AS YET Focus: GS-III Indian Economy Why is news? On February 28, as per its release calendar, the National Statistical Office (NSO) put out the third quarter […]

6th March – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents: An unrest, a slowdown and a health epidemic Read them the riot act Should the sedition law be scrapped? Disabled and Extremely Poor Explained: Meghalaya Violence AN UNREST, A SLOWDOWN AND A HEALTH EPIDEMIC Focus: GS-III Indian Economy Why in news? This article is written  by Former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh. He listed […]

5th March – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents: What next for virtual currency? Caught in a bureaucratic web The current state of cooperative federalism in India WHAT IS NEXT FOR VIRTUAL CURRENCY? Focus: GS-III Science and Technology, Prelims Why in news? The Supreme Court set aside a ban by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on banks and financial institutions from dealing […]

4th March – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents How to handle the coronavirus (COVID-19) scare? A blow against social justice HOW TO HANDLE THE CORONAVIRUS(COVID-19) SCARE? Focus: GS-III Science and Technology What test is done for coronavirus? The first test that samples of all suspected patients are sent for is the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. If that is positive, the sample […]

3rd March – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents: Safeguard Undermined Bottom or Mirage? Pushing the wrong energy buttons Return to Chaos in Afghanistan SAFEGUARD UNDERMINED Focus: GS-II Governance Why in news? The law on granting sanction for prosecution imposes a duty on the government concerned to apply its mind to the facts of each case and render a decision based on its […]

2nd March – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents A plural legacy more vital than ever Whither Tribunal Independence? Viral Economies A Big, Bad Deal A PLURAL LEGACY MORE VITAL THAN EVER Focus: GS-II Social Justice To ensure good health by 2023, focus on agriculture, sanitation, women education: Why in news? President Donald Trump applauded India’s achievements in his February 24. These achievements […]