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 UPSC Daily Dose : Current Affairs

Government gave a go ahead to TN NEET ordinance

The Union government has forwarded the ordinance to President, proposing one year exemption from NEET

India keen on expansion of oil import sources

First ever shale oil order was placed to U.S. by Indian Oil Corporation.

Economic Survey lowers growth forecast

Chief Economic Adviser (CEA)Arvind Subramanian has forecasted Indian economy s growth in 2017-18 to be closer to 6.5% than 7.5%.

Rationalising Subsidy, Centres expenditure framework

The government thrust upon public spending to spur the economy, the finance ministry expects governments capex to rise by 25% to 3.9 lakh crore by 2019-20

Upper house passed Banking Regulation (Amendment)Bill

The Banking Regulation (Amendment)Bill which empowers the Reserve Bank of India to issue instructions to the banks

Why AIJS is not a good idea

The views are of AlokPrasanna Kumar a Senior Resident Fellow at the Vidhi centre for Legal Policy.
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 2017 Mains QPs Analysis

GS Paper I

Q4. What problems are germane to the decolonization process in the Malay Peninsula?  (150 words)



The question is regarding the obstacles faced in the decolonisation of Malaya peninsula.


The introduction should mention in brief that under whom the occupation of Malaya Peninsula was and how after the takeover of Japan has changed the Malayan polity significantly.


The main body should mention about the real threat of communism and how it caused problems.


The conclusion should highlight that how finally Britishers were able to control the situation and formation of Malayan Federation took place.


Malaya Peninsula had been under the imperialist control of Britishers. But during the second world war, Japan has practically taken all the territories of South East Asia under its control which brought a significant change in the polity of Malaya Peninsula.


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Implication of new cattle trade rules

The recent notification by the environment ministry putting strict rules to control the cattle trade and regulate livestock markets is ....

Manchester Terror Attack and Mounting Challenges

Europe has been witnessing a series of terror attacks over the past few years. The Manchester suicide bombing on Monday night being the....

Law Commission on bail law reforms

The 268th report of Law Commission addresses the issue of jail vs bail in which the rich and the influential easily get bail while the ....

Indias Growing Ties with Africa

India Africa ties are going strong in the recent times, especially after the successful India-Africa Forum Summit held in Delhi in 201....

EVM hackathon to dispel security concerns

The Election Commission of India has challenged political parties to participate in an EVM(Electronic Voting Machine) hackathon on June....
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