Monthly Archive: November 2013

Insights Daily Current Events, November 30, 2013

ARCHIVES INTERNATIONAL India offers to train Sri Lankan Navy officers In the backdrop of discussions regarding maritime issues in the Indian Ocean region, The Indian Navy has offered to train Sri Lankan Navy officers. In this regard, the Sri Lankan Navy officers would be put under a four-year Bachelor of Technology course, now being offered to Indian Navy officers. And...

Insights Secure -2014: Questions On Current Events

ARCHIVES 29, November 2013 1. ” The anti-poverty programmes are leaky and inefficient, unable to lift Indians out of poverty.” Comment. (150 Words) The Hindu 2. “Live-in or marriage like relationship is neither a crime nor a sin though socially unacceptable in this country.” Do you think the recent verdict by the Supreme Court on live-in relationships is progressive? Examine if...

How To Remember Things You Study For Long Duration – Some Tips

(Following article is sent by Pal Ajay Singh. The opinions/suggestions expressed below are solely his’ and not that of Insights’) By Pal Ajay Singh Have you ever been in a situation where you have info about the answer but a bit confused as to which is the correct one or you may wonder I studied it a fortnight ago how...

General Studies – Daily Answer Writing Challenge Day – 116

QUESTIONS: 30/11/2013 ( institutions and Bodies constituted for the protection and betterment of vulnerable sections) Analyze the functioning of NHRC in India. (200 Words) The statistics presented in the recently released National Crime Records Bureau report 2012, reaffirm the rising trend of crimes against women. The abysmal conviction rate for these crimes reveals the ineptness of the criminal justice system, which continues...

Insights Daily Current Events, November 29, 2013

ARCHIVES November 29, 2013 NATIONAL Anti-poverty schemes ineffective: study An analysis done in the Planning Commission reveals that the anti-poverty programmes are leaky and inefficient, unable to lift Indians out of poverty. It shows India can close the poverty gap by spending just a fraction of its annual anti-poverty budget. The cost of pushing all households above the poverty line...