Daily Archive: March 16, 2016

Insights into Editorial: A dispute that begs resolution

Insights into Editorial: A dispute that begs resolution 16 March 2016 Article Link The resolution to the Sir Creek dispute has been considered a low-hanging fruit for sometime now. The demarcation of the 96 km strip of water in the Rann of Kutch marshlands was one of the factors that contributed to the 1965 India-Pakistan war. Pertinently, it is tied...

Insights Daily Current Events, 16 March 2016

Insights Daily Current Events, 16 March 2016 Archives   Paper 3 Topic: Indian Economy and issues relating to planning, mobilization of resources, growth, development and employment. Push to Pharmacy Sector Quality Council of India (QCI) had recently organized an event to introduce a voluntary certification process for domestically-produced medical devices. This was an attempt by the centre to create confidence...

SYNOPSIS: Insights Secure Q&A March 15, 2016

SYNOPSIS: Insights Secure Q&A March 15, 2016 Archives This is a new feature. As feedback from our side on your answers is missing, we thought of providing detailed synopsis of important Secure questions on daily basis so that you could revise our synopsis and compare it with your answers. We intend to post synopsis of Secure questions every next day of...

[Insights Secure – 2016] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Events: 16 March 2016

[Insights Secure – 2016] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Events: 16 March  2016 Archives – Secure 2016 Click on EACH question to post/read  answers. General Studies – 1; Topic: Social empowerment; Poverty and developmental issues 1) To address agrarian distress, raising farm income is very important. How can it be done? Analyse. (200 Words) The Indian Express Topic: Role of women;  2)...

ETHICS CASE STUDY: Looking at the above scenario, do you think mining permission should be granted? Justify on ethical grounds.

Topic:Ethical concerns and dilemmas in government and private institutions 8) “The diamond mine falls in a tiger corridor connecting two protected parks and has been identified by the government as an inviolate area — a forest too dense and valuable to be mined. At least one village in the region has also rejected the proposal to mine their traditional forestlands falling...