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Making our Roads Safer

India has just 1% of the world’s vehicles but accounts for nearly 11% of the global road accident & 10% of road crash victims worldwide. These alarming statistics have been pointed out in a World Bank Report titled “Traffic Crash Injuries And Disabilities: The Burden on India Society” prepared in collaboration with the NGO-Save Life Foundation.”. Releasing…
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Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose- Ode to Valour

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu urged youngsters to take inspiration from the life of Subhas Chandra Bose and work for eradicating ill such as poverty, illiteracy social & gender discrimination & corruption form the society. Noting that 65% of India population is below 35 years of age the Vice President stated the youngsters should lead…
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Role of Indian Diaspora in Making India Self-Reliant

The Indian Diaspora is a generic term used for addressing people who have migrated from the territories that are currently within the borders of India. In India, diaspora is commonly understood to include Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) and Overseas Citizens of India (OCI), of which PIO and OCI card holders were merged…
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World food Day (October 16) – Grow, Nourish & Sustain. Together.

As rightly quoted by the Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi “There’s enough on this planet for everyone’s needs but not for everyone’s greed.” But today the Coronavirus pandemic has brought focus to one of most essential necessity of living beings i.e. ”FOOD” as it unfolded huge disruptions in food supply chain as food providers stayed…
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75 Years of United Nation

October 24 marks the diamond jubilee of the United Nations, but far from a joyous celebration, it is an occasion to reflect on why UN is stagnating at 75 and how it can regain its lost motive. Although much has changed in the international system since 1945 the world body continues to see a tussle…
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India’s Nuclear Doctrine

India has once again said that it is, committed to know first use of strategic weapons under its Nuclear Doctrine Speaking at the conference at the 75th Session of the first committee of United Nations General Assembly, India said that its nuclear weapons are meant to maintain a posture of minimum deterrence. Earlier this month…
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The Big Picture Indian App Store and Ecosystem

1) PayTM and Google have been at loggerheads in recent times. Specially after the latter remove the former from its play store to support the Indian app developers, the digital payment launched on Monday (5October2020) a New android apps store to support local developers and their initiative to the masses and across the country. 2)…
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The Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2020

Recently, a Bill to amend the Companies Act, 2013 and decriminalise various offences under it was introduced in the Lok Sabha. The proposed amendments aim to reduce the burden on the National Company Law Tribunal. Proposed Amendments in the Bill Decriminalization: The Bill proposed 72 amendments to the Companies Act, 2013 to decriminalise various offences which can promote Ease of…
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Epidemic Diseases Act

Corona-virus pandemic is continuously rising. The whole globe is in a battle mode to control the spread of the virus. There has been a lockdown across the country and all the events postponed. All states and Union Territories have been directed to invoke provisions of Section 2 of the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897, so that Health…
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Women In Worforce

Context :-  GS Paper I (UPSC) What to Study ? For Prelims :- Statistics and Schemes relate to women. For Mains :- Women and their Issues related to employment. Introduction  The Global Gender Gap Report estimates that raising women’s participation in the labour force can increase India’s GDP significantly. However, dropout rates among women is also…
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