6) One powerful proposal that is made to fulfill India’s green pledge is the one to expand its carbon sink to absorb emissions. What do you understand by carbon sink? Why are they powerful in dealing with climate change? Examine how can India implement this proposal effectively.

Topic:   Conservation; Environmental pollution 6) One powerful proposal that is made to fulfill India’s green pledge is the one to expand its carbon sink to absorb emissions. What do you understand by carbon sink? Why are they powerful in dealing with climate change? Examine how can India implement this proposal effectively. (250 Words) Livemint

4) Do you think. the civil society should also have its say in appointment to key constitutional posts? Don’t you think, in the rivalry between judiciary and executive, civil society is being ignored in making key decisions? Critically comment.

Topic: Appointment to various Constitutional posts 4) Do you think. the civil society should also have its say in appointment to key constitutional posts? Don’t you think, in the rivalry between judiciary and executive, civil society is being ignored in making key decisions? Critically comment. (200 Words) The Hindu The Hindu

1) A recent survey has revealed that the richest 1% Indians owned 53% of the country’s wealth, while the share of the top 10% was 76.30%. Do you see growing inequality as India’s next big challenge? Discuss why.

Topic:  Poverty and developmental issues 1) A recent survey has revealed that the richest 1% Indians owned 53% of the country’s wealth, while the share of the top 10% was 76.30%. Do you see growing inequality as India’s next big challenge? Discuss why. (150 Words) Livemint