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GST - One Road-block still remains

Two of the three major road-blocks in the GST Bill which delayed it s passage has now been removed by the cabinet
 

Maritime cooperation a top priority in South China Sea

V K Singh, Minister of State for External Affairs, while attending the 14th ASEAN - India Foreign Ministers Meeting in Vientiane
 

Unresolved issues in GST Bill

GST Bill is pending in Rajya Sabha as BJP does not have the required majority to get it through.
 

Chinas Presence in Hambantota - a strategic concern

Hambantota Economic Project costing $10 billion is going to be implemented by Chinese investors in the southern part of Sri Lanka.
 

Rio Olympics 2016: Russia Unable to Topple Athelete Ban

Athletics team of Russia having 67 members has been ruled out of the Rio Olympics by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
 

Turkey - President Erdogan Declared Emergency

Mr. Erdogan the Turkish President has imposed a state of emergency for a period of three months.
 
daily-doseNational Convention of Republican Party indicates closer ties with India
daily-doseYet another defiance by China
daily-doseIndia enhances its infrastructural and military capability in Eastern Ladakh
daily-doseOne more unsuccessful coup attempt in Turkey

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A lot of youngsters in India aspire to become an IAS officer due to the social status, job security and hansdsome salary associated with the job
 

Last Minute Tips for UPSC Civil Services Prelims Examination

Aspiring candidates of the UPSC Civil Services Examination are putting their best efforts as the Preliminary Examination is approaching
 

Perspective The Success Potion

How qualified your answers are depend not only on how you write your answers instead it depends on how you have grasped the things that came before you. It also depends on how you view things facts issues around you and in total
 

The Gamble Game in Prelims

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Strenghthening Indian Federalism

Inter State Council and NITI Ayog should be merged together to attain more cooperative federalism. The merger of NITI Ayog with a con....
 

Turkey s coup - Reestablishing the order

Erdogan has to a large extent suppressed his enemies but there is a big challenge for him to reestablish the democratic and secular ord....
 

Pakistan- Saudi- Terrorism: Needs Reform

National Action Plan announced by Pakistan after Peshawar attack needs real reformative measures to curb the terrorism if it really wan....
 

Recapitalisation should be coupled with structural reforms

The banking sector needs structural reforms before infusing the money in 13 state owned banks to provide liquidity. ....
 

Unstable monetary policy of India

Monetary authorities should coordinate with Political authorities to ward off economic instability in India. ....
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The first annual meeting of the Board of Governors’ of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is  held in which country? 

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“India has failed to secure a birth in the NSG. In this reference critically evaluate the India's foreign policy?

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 Campus Special

BUDGET 2016-17 ANALYSIS

The Central Budget 2016-17, widely hailed as a pro-rural and pro-poor budget has been touted as a boring, unimaginative policy programme, which does precious little for raising the investment climate in the country as was evident from a skidding Sensex through the day.
 

President's Nod To Whistle Blowers Bill

People who expose corruption in government or irregularities by public functionaries can now be free of any fear of victimization.
 

National Policy on Universal Electronic Accessibility

The Union Cabinet has approved the National Policy on Universal Electronic Accessibility that recognizes the need to eliminate discrimination on the basis of disabilities
 

 UPSC Notifications

Preliminary Examination for Civil Services and IFos Examination 2015
Thе Union Public Sеrvicе Commission will hold thе Civil Sеrvicеs (Prеliminаry) Еxаminаtion, 2015 on Аugust 23, 2015.
 
DoPT comes out with clarification regarding age and attempts in Civil Services Exam
The Department of Personnel and Training in response to the news published in The Hindu on 18th November, 2014, clarified in a notification that it is true that the Government has took decision on ARC report.
 

 Interesting Facts for IAS Exam

  • A surrogacy arrangement is the carrying of a pregnancy for intended parents. There are two main types of surrogacy, gestational surrogacy and traditional surrogacy.
  • The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) estimates the practice of Commercial surrogacy in India will generate $2.3bn a year with nearly 20,000 such clinics operating across the country. However, there is no law to regulate the same. The Assisted Reproductive Technology Bill, 2013 has been pending for quite a while and it has not been presented in the Indian Parliament.
  • In 2002, the Supreme Court of India in the Manjis case (Japanese Baby) has held that commercial surrogacy is legal in India. , a U.N.-backed study estimates that the surrogacy business has raked in more than $400 million a year.
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