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Is India a secular nation
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 27th April 2016,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Is India a secular nation
Article of Liquour Ban
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 27th April 2016,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Of populism and prohibition
The underbelly of Indian silicon valley
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 27th April 2016,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
The underbelly of Indian silicon valley
The digital Gilded Age
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 27th April 2016,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
The digital Gilded Age
Benefits outweigh costs of India, US intimacies
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 27th April 2016,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Benefits outweigh costs of India, US intimacies
Leaving no poor person behind
Posted by Other Sources on Saturday, 23rd January 2016,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Article by Jean Dreze on National Food Security Act
Article on CPI and Left movement in India
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 20th January 2016,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Article on CPI and Left movement in India
Amartya Sen on Current Economy
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 20th January 2016,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Amartya Sen on Current Economy and performance of government
Foreign Services
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 15th July 2015,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Foreign Services
MGNREGA Analysis
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 15th July 2015,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Analysis of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act By Jean Dreze
Environment Protection under Constitutional Framework of India
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 16th July 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Environment Protection under Constitutional Framework of India (Pooja P. Vardhan)PIB
Challenges of Population Explosion
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 16th July 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Challenges of Population Explosion (By Dr. P.J. Sudhakar)
Fruits of pragmatism
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 21st May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Relevence: The article is relevant for India and Myanmar relations in context of security cooperation on insurgency, arms smuggling and human trafficking. Important for GS Mains Paper III:International Relations and Paper IV: Security
Right to Education: neither free nor compulsory
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
What is incredible about the Pramati judgment is that while the Court has upheld Article 21A as valid, it has simultaneously weakened it by making it subject to Article 30 (Current Events: May 07-14, 2014)
Where everyone is a minority
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Bodoland's demography is one reason why trouble will fester rather than abate: it has nothing to do with illegal migration. It has everything to do with the fact of how a minority of the population controls the lives and destinies of the others. (Current Events: May 07-14, 2014)
Where should the judiciary draw the line?
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Judicial activism, keeping in view the ideals of democracy, is necessary to ensure that unheard voices are not buried by more influential and vocal ones.
Why The Hail?
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
To understand what are the reason behind extreme weather and hailstorms in India.
Inflation trinity
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Monetary, fiscal and supply-side policies need to tackle price rise in tandem to contain inflation and improve growth rate.
Shaking Up The Alms Basket Of Words
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
The article is about role of Election Commission. Does assertiveness of Election Commission is resulting into threat to freedom of speech and expression and to freedom of the media?
Afraid of free trade
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Pakistan and India signed a South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA) agreement long ago but still Pakistan has not given India status of Most Favored Nation.
Bridge to Gaza
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Fatah-Hamas reconciliation is good news for Palestinians, but it could jeopardize peace talk.
Fairy tale capitalism
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Article is about Piketty's work about inequality in Capitalist economies.
A virus to watch out for
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
The article is about (Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus)and precautions needed against the it.
Mining Trouble
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Governance failure was at the root of Goa??s mining problems, SC lifting of ban welcome
Meeting point (National Development Council)
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
The article explains the lacunae of National development Council and what is needed to make it truly policy making body.
Neighbourly assistance
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
India??s turn to Russia for arms supplies to Afghanistan is a necessary step forward, but more is needed
Deterrence debates and defence
Posted by Other Sources on Tuesday, 20th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
The perceived failure of deterrence, despite the possession of nuclear weapons by India, could lead to greater instability in Indo-Pak bilateral relations should there be another crisis with Pakistan.
Paid News
Posted by Other Sources on Saturday, 10th May 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
After the elections in 2009, a disturbing trend was highlighted by sections of the media, that is, payment of money by candidates to representatives of media companies for favourable coverage or the phenomenon popularly known as "paid news".
Deepening Challenge in Climate Change
Posted by Other Sources on Monday, 28th April 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
There is no more denying the fact of global warming; can India respond with appropriate policies?
Almost magical:Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Posted by Other Sources on Monday, 28th April 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
The greatest tribute to Gabriel Garcia Marquez is acknowledging the world he came out of.
'Jobless growth' no more
Posted by Other Sources on Monday, 28th April 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Since 2004-05, for the first time in the history of India, more workers have left agriculture for productive work in industry and services.
Reining in cancer
Posted by Other Sources on Monday, 28th April 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Grim statistics present the deadly reality of the spread of cancer in India.
Universal Elementary Education in India
Posted by Other Sources on Saturday, 19th April 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 promises free and compulsory education to all children in the age group of 6-14 years. But the way this critical entitlement is being implemented leaves much to be desired.
The quiet IPCC warning
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 16th April 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
The IPCC's March 31 report, the most comprehensive yet, states that the evidence of global warming is now overwhelming, and warns that all countries and all social classes of people will be affected by changes which are likely to be "severe, pervasive and irreversible".
Heart attack (HeartBleed Bug)
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 16th April 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Your life online could be an open book.
Watching the money flow
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 16th April 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
In line with the constitutional mandate to curb the corrupting influence of money power in elections, the Election Commission of India (ECI) has issued detailed guidelines and set up an elaborate administrative machinery to monitor the expenses of candidates and ensure a free and fair poll.
Reviving the Maritime Silk Route
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 16th April 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
The Maritime Silk Route emphasises on improving connectivity but more importantly, it aspires to improve China's geo-strategic position in the world
Changing perceptions
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 16th April 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
The rupee's recent appreciation to below 60 a dollar, it is hovering around those levels is a significant development and not just because of its breaching a psychologically important mark.
Building a culture of tolerance
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 16th April 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Religious neutrality has become an accepted behavioural script for the state, but not for society and certainly not for individuals even when they are state actors
Train to Itanagar
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 16th April 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
Arunachal's capital is finally on India's rail map. This journey must not stop here.
Be ready to combat vector borne diseases
Posted by Other Sources on Wednesday, 16th April 2014,   No comment added so far.   Post comments »
By Dhanya Sanal (Assistant Director, Press Information Bureau) The tag line of this year's World Health Day 'Small Bite Big Threat', compel to turn the attention towards the alarming occurrence of vector borne diseases, and it substantiate and recommends the governments, local authorities, community groups and individuals to work together to prevent vector borne diseases.
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