Lok Sabha T V Insights: Border Dispute Between India and Pakistan

Lok Sabha T V Insights: Border Dispute Between India and Pakistan Archives 17/07/2015 Only few days have passed when PM Modi met Nawaz Sharif in Ufa, which was followed by joint statement by Foreign Secretaries of two countries. This joint statement was win-win for both countries, but was more tilted in India’s favor. Main point …

Insights Daily Current Events, 17 July 2015

Insights Daily Current Events, 17 July 2015 Archives SC seeks Centre’s reply on re-promulgation of land ordinance The Supreme Court recently sought the Centre’s response after farmers’ bodies challenged the government’s re-promulgation of the land acquisition ordinance as “a mockery of the Constitution and running the country through ordinances.” What the petition says? The petition …

[MOTIVATION] Madhusudhan Hulgi Rank 392, CSE – 2014: Three Times Failed to Clear Prelims, Fourth Time Secured a Rank

Madhu’s is the classic story of many aspirants. He erred many times, but managed to learn from his failures and finally got All India Rank –  392 in UPSC civil services exam – 2014. He worked very hard this time to get this rank. It is not very easy to digest series of failures and …

[Insights Secure – 2015] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Events: 17 July 2015

[Insights Secure – 2015] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Events: 17 July 2015 Archives – Secure 2015 17 July  2015 If facing problem in loading of Disqus Comments, please clear Cache and Cookies in your Browser and then reload the page. This will solve the problem. Alternatively you can open the page in ‘incognito/safe browsing …

9) Now a days it is strongly argued that medical colleges, both in the public and private sector, should also include ethics education and mentorship in their teaching. In the light of recent scams in the medical education field, critically examine why.

Topic: Ethics in Public and Private institutions 9) Now a days it is strongly argued that medical colleges, both in the public and private sector, should also include ethics education and mentorship in their teaching. In the light of recent scams in the medical education field, critically examine why. (200 Words) The Hindu

ETHICS CASE STUDY: What actions will you take on your son? Justify and explain the merits of your action.

Topic: Ethics in Private Relationships 8) Your 12 year old son has stolen an iPad from your neighbour’s home. Your neighbours are your close family friends too. Your son is hiding stolen iPad in his room and using it for many days now. You neighbours’ daughter one day somehow finds out that the iPad was stolen by your …

4) “Excessive and prolonged reservations (affirmative action) have had unintended and possibly net negative consequences.” In the light of the statement, critically comment if it’s time for India to stop prolonging affirmative actions.

Topic: Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population by the Centre and States and the performance of these schemes 4) “Excessive and prolonged reservations (affirmative action) have had unintended and possibly net negative consequences.” In the light of the statement, critically comment if it’s time for India to stop prolonging affirmative actions. (200 Words) …

3) Do you think special development packages periodically announced by the union government for the states are antagonistic to the principle of cooperative federalism? Critically examine.

Topic:Issues and challenges pertaining to the federal structure, devolution of powers and finances up to local levels and challenges therein 3) Do you think special development packages periodically announced by the union government for the states are antagonistic to the principle of cooperative federalism? Critically examine. (200 Words) The Indian Express

2) It is a paradox that malnutrition in India continues to exist in large proportion despite robust economic growth. Critically examine why fight against malnutrition has become a challenge in contemporary India.

Topic: Issues relating to poverty and hunger 2) It is a paradox that malnutrition in India continues to exist in large proportion despite robust economic growth. Critically examine why fight against malnutrition has become a challenge in contemporary India. (200 Words) Livemint