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 UPSC Daily Dose : Current Affairs

India Retained Priority Watch Title

Once again USTR kept India on priority watch list. USTR releases special 301 report annually.

India and Global IPR Regime

The government once again claimed that it will stand steadfast in its committment for making the intellectual property regime in the country

Natural History Consigned to Flames

A fire in National Museum of Natural History yesterday reduced to ashes complete range of flora and fauna.

People to Have Good Health at Affordable Prices

A good news for patients in particular and overall Indians in general.

Paris Climate Deals gains Momentum

The Paris Climate change agreement has been signed by 174 nations and the European Union as committment to take forward actions

Renegotiating Ties With Long Time Ally

US President Barack Obamas two hour long talk with the Saudi King is considered as historic.
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daily-doseIndia Given Ultimatum on FTA Under RCEP
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Improving Writing - The key to Success

Many people despite having solid knowledge and intelligence have failed to pass the civil service exam only due to their immature writing skills.

The Unconventional Optionals

People have started realizing the potential of optionals as the true decisive factors that decide whether you will be in the civil service rank list.

Internet Opens Avenues for IAS aspirants

For a person who start to prepare for the UPSC civil service exams, the most common advice rendered is to read the NCERTs and nothing else other than the hindu newspaper.

CSAT the Grape that Hangs High

The big question for IAS aspirants from the arts stream now also is how to clear the CSAT portionof the prelims even though it has been made qualifying by the UPSC under pressure from the nascent BJP government in 2015.

Decoding the time constraint for Working IAS aspirants

Many people thing that their job and civil service preparations would not go togather due to lack of time for preparation.

Focus for Prelims, Concepts or Facts

Many people do not know what to stduy when it comes to prelims as questions asked from them are that diverse devoid of any observable pattern.
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 Thought Screen on Editorial


An Alternative is an Imperative to the Problem of courts Problem

Increasing number of cases in the Supreme Courtdilutes its function as a Constitutional Court. It is an imperative to find a solution t....

Voice for the Muslim Voiceless Women

There is much debate on reforming Muslim peronal law in the country. Indian courts are pronouncing progressive judgments to do away wut....

Poverty in India - The Number Game of Estimates and Entitlements

The Niti Aayog task force on Elimination of Poverty headed by Arvind Panagriya has backed the Tendulkar poverty estimates for deducing ....

Persistent Draught Vs water conservation methods

Although draught is not new for India, but its increased frequency is really surprising. The Government has speeded up its measures to ....

Costly to state but affordable to common people

Opening of Canteens at serving meals at negligible prices, distribution of home appliances during elections and many more populaist tac....
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Consider the following statements:

1. The bulk of Chinese investment in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project will be in the energy sector.
2. Chinas One Belt One Road initiative entails not only transport infrastructure development but also energy and telecommunication infrastructure

Which of the statements given above is/are incorrect?

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Explain the mandate of the Nuclear Security Summit. Do you think that it has any relevence in the modern geo-political scenario of the world ? Substantiate your argument.

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 Campus Special


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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