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31st October – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Science of monsoons Time for a ‘sponge cities’ mission in India In defence of liberty Science of monsoons Context: The southwest monsoon 2020 has officially drawn to an end with the India Meteorological Department (IMD) declaring a withdrawal of the associated winds and rainfall pattern from India on Wednesday. Relevance: GS Paper 1: Salient Features of World Physical Geography; Important Geophysical […]

29th October – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents The challenges of walking the Indo­ Pacific talk Countering deepfakes, the most serious AI threat  Victim’s account may be more conclusive than medical finding The challenges of walking the Indo­ Pacific talk Context: The recently concluded third annual United States-India 2+2 ministerial dialogue has amplified the ongoing conversation in India on the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad), the Indo-Pacific, the threat from China, and, the United States as a potential ‘alliance’ partner. Relevance: GS Paper 2: Important International institutions, agencies, […]

28th October – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Compound conundrum GST and the complexity of political negotiations India’s outreach to Myanmar Compound conundrum Context: While the waiver of the interest on interest  is welcome, MSMEs need more help  Relevance: GS Paper 3: Indian Economy (issues re: planning, mobilisation of resources, growth, development, employment); Inclusive growth and issues therein. Sub topics: Sector of economy (Small Scale Industries) Mains questions: For India, just achieving economic growth […]

27th October – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Wealth from stubble Contesting neighbours, revised geopolitical playbooks Women at the heart of recovery Wealth from stubble Context: Crop residue could be turned to biofuel, but farmers require proper incentives, handholding. Relevance: GS Paper 3: Environmental conservation; Environmental pollution and degradation; Environmental Impact Assessment. Mains questions: The government’s on-going energy sector policies aim “to provide access to affordable, […]

26th October – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Mind the Gap When Every Minute Counts Reinventing Non Alignment Mind the Gap Context: The NSS report, ‘Time Use in India 2019’, whose findings were released , has been conducted for the first time in the country. Relevance: GS Paper 1: Role of women and women’s organisation; Essay : Women Empowerment Mains Questions: The […]

24th October – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Taking on the Centre: On States rejecting farm laws Engaging the neighbourhood Metrics of world happiness and the Muslims of India Taking on the Centre: On States rejecting farm laws Context: Farmers in Punjab and Haryana have been protesting against three ordinances promulgated by the Centre on June 5. The ordinances were replaced by […]

23rd October – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Healthy and wise Politics of economics (Labour Reforms) Healthy and wise Context: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on World Food Day spoke at length about how the government is incentivising the production of nutri-cereals to increase the intake of diverse and nutritious diets, improve their availability in markets and bring benefits to small and medium […]

22nd October – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents The rise of the Quad The answer is fraternity The manacles of caste in sanitation work The rise of the Quad Context: The second ministerial meeting of the four-nation Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) in Tokyo on October 6 has been followed by a decision to include Australia in the Malabar 2020 naval exercise after a gap of 13 years. Relevance: […]

21st October – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Offset dilution in defence, a flawed policy turn  What’s in India-US defence deals  The many bright spots on India’s innovation horizon Offset dilution in defence, a flawed policy turn  Context: Recently, the government diluted the “offset” policy in defence procurement, reportedly in response to a Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India’s report tabled in Parliament last month.  Relevance:  GS Paper 3: Effects of Liberalisation on […]

20th October – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents The sorry plight of the Andhra Pradesh higher judiciary How fertiliser subsidy works A long way from 1962 THE SORRY PLIGHT OF THE ANDHRA PRADESH HIGHER JUDICIARY Context: The letter of the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister cannot be brushed aside as interference with judicial independence Relevance: GS Paper 2:  Separation of Powers (between different […]