Insights Daily Debates, Day – 146: Capitalism Can Not Bring Inclusive Growth

Insights Daily Debates: Day – 146 17 February 2016 Archives Today’s Topic ” Capitalism Can Not Bring Inclusive Growth “   NOTE: Unlike past we will not be giving you topic in question format. We observed that it turned out to be another Q & A session. We will just mention the topic and you may …

15) “Abstraction, unadorned drawing, non-representational colour, superimposition: all the values of modern art had their primal scene in the caves.” With reference to prehistoric rock paintings found in India, discuss the statement.

Test – 12: Mains Self Study – 2016 (Mission – 2016) Archives TIMETABLE 17 February 2015 15) “Abstraction, unadorned drawing, non-representational colour, superimposition: all the values of modern art had their primal scene in the caves.” With reference to prehistoric rock paintings found in India, discuss the statement. (200 Words) NCERT, Class XI, Introduction to Indian …

12) In what way did Mahatma Gandhi transform the nature of the national movement? How different would have been the achievement of Indian independence without Mahatma Gandhi? Discuss.

Test – 12: Mains Self Study – 2016 (Mission – 2016) Archives TIMETABLE 17 February 2015 12) In what way did Mahatma Gandhi transform the nature of the national movement? How different would have been the achievement of Indian independence without Mahatma Gandhi? Discuss. (200 Words) NCERT, Class XII, Themes in Indian History, Theme Thirteen

9) The most serious challenge before the states is pursuing economic development without causing further damage to the global environment. How could we achieve this? Explain with a few examples.

Test – 12: Mains Self Study – 2016 (Mission – 2016) Archives TIMETABLE 17 February 2015 9) The most serious challenge before the states is pursuing economic development without causing further damage to the global environment. How could we achieve this? Explain with a few examples. (200 Words) NCERT, Class XII, Contemporary World Politics – Chapter …

3) What were the major causes and consequences of the disintegration of the Soviet Union? How did its disintegration affect countries like India? Examine.

Test – 12: Mains Self Study – 2016 (Mission – 2016) Archives TIMETABLE 17 February 2015 3) What were the major causes and consequences of the disintegration of the Soviet Union? How did its disintegration affect countries like India? Examine. (200 Words) NCERT Class XII, Contemporary World Politics – Chapter 2

2) The Cold War produced an arms race as well as arms control. What were the reasons for both these developments and the important treaties signed during this period? Discuss.

Test – 12: Mains Self Study – 2016 (Mission – 2016) Archives TIMETABLE 17 February 2015 2) The Cold War produced an arms race as well as arms control. What were the reasons for both these developments and the important treaties signed during this period? Discuss. (200 Words) NCERT Class XII, Contemporary World Politics – Chapter …

1) Was the NonAligned Movement (NAM) a challenge to the dominance of the two superpowers during the Cold War? How far was NAM successful in attaining economic development and political independence during the Cold War era? Examine.

Test – 12: Mains Self Study – 2016 (Mission – 2016) Archives TIMETABLE 17 February 2015 1) Was the NonAligned Movement (NAM) a challenge to the dominance of the two superpowers during the Cold War? How far was NAM successful in attaining economic development and political independence during the Cold War era? Examine. (200 Words) NCERT …

Insights into Editorial: Can India beat this slowdown?

Insights into Editorial: Can India beat this slowdown? 17 February 2016 Article Link World oil prices are not likely to recover anytime soon, going by market conditions. A further increase in supply, compounding the current glut, and a parallel contraction in demand in the major consuming nations, are likely to keep prices low. The ongoing …

Insights Daily Current Events, 17 February 2016

Insights Daily Current Events, 17 February 2016 Archives   Paper 3 Topic: infrastructure. Railways to build 3 projects through build-operate-transfer model The Indian Railways has identified the first three projects to be taken up for development through the new build, operate, transfer (BOT) annuity model at an estimated cost of around Rs 2,450 crore. The …