Daily Archive: March 5, 2018

EPW Subscription – Special offer for Insights IAS Followers

  Dear Students, Economic & Political Weekly (EPW), a current affairs magazine published since 1949 has a special subscription offer for readers of Insights IAS. EPW is a must read for all those who aspire to join the civil services. Every week EPW provides informed commentaries on current affairs not covered by the mainstream media. In addition, it gives detailed...

Insights Daily Debates: Issues that Matter – 16 (India should Spend More on Defence even if it Means Spending Less on Health or Education)

      . Insights Daily Debates Issues that Matter – 16 ARCHIVES What’s this Initiative? Click Here   India should Spend More on Defence even if it Means Spending Less on Health or Education The Times of India With China spending 3 times more than India on defence, why should India spend less? Don’t you think India faces greater...

Be Wise. Revise: Insights IAS Comprehensive REVISION PLAN for UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam – 2018

  Be Wise. Revise Insights IAS Comprehensive REVISION PLAN for UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam – 2018 Long ago, on May 28,  2015 we started integrated self study revision plan for both prelims and mains (around 90 days before UPSC Prelims-2015 – kind of 90 days revision plan). It was a first of its kind initiative then(Click here) – before...

Insights into Editorial: Planning for electric mobility

Insights into Editorial: Planning for electric mobility Context: Pollution is the largest environmental cause of disease and premature death in the world today. Last year, the Lancet Commission on Pollution and Health, attributed to air pollution an estimated 6.5 million premature deaths globally, with 1.1 million being from India. The World Health Organisation’s urban air quality database had found four...

Insights Daily Current Affairs, 05 March 2018

Insights Daily Current Affairs, 05 March 2018 Paper 1: Topic: Role of women and women’s organization.   India’s falling sex ratio What is Sex Ratio at Birth (SRB)? The SRB is the number of girls born for every 1,000 boys. What’s the concern now? A recent report from the NITI Aayog said sex ratio at birth (SRB) nationwide had dropped...