Insights Daily Debates, Day – 187: Indian economy is a one-eyed king in the world of the blind

Insights Daily Debates: Day – 187 21 April 2016 Archives Today’s Topic “Indian economy is a one-eyed king in the world of the blind” 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 …

Insights into Editorial: Why India needs vibrant small enterprises

Insights into Editorial: Why India needs vibrant small enterprises 21 April 2016 Article link According to experts, small enterprises are the best bet right now to create the millions of jobs that India needs to create every year if it is to maintain social stability. However, the life of a small entrepreneur is a tough …

[Insights Secure – 2016] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Events: 21 April 2016

[Insights Secure – 2016] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Events: 21 April  2016 Archives – Secure 2016 Click on EACH question to post/read  answers. General Studies – 1; Topic: Population and associated issues 1) “Despite a predominantly young population, a demographic dividend is unlikely to accrue to India unless the northern belt, the youngest region in the …

3) If hotter, longer and deadlier summers are to be the new normal under a changing climate, proactive adaptation measures are required. This implies policy intervention and coordination across three sectors — health, water and power. Examine these policy interventions.

Topic:Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation. 3) If hotter, longer and deadlier summers are to be the new normal under a changing climate, proactive adaptation measures are required. This implies policy intervention and coordination across three sectors — health, water and power. Examine …

2) “It is unfortunate that the courts have become the arbiter of what constitutes true religion. This situation has arisen because the Indian state is the agent for the reform and management of Hinduism and its institutions.” Critically comment on the role being played by courts in deciding what constitutes true religion in India.

Topic:Structure, organization and functioning of the Judiciary 2) “It is unfortunate that the courts have become the arbiter of what constitutes true religion. This situation has arisen because the Indian state is the agent for the reform and management of Hinduism and its institutions.” Critically comment on the role being played by courts in deciding …

1) “Despite a predominantly young population, a demographic dividend is unlikely to accrue to India unless the northern belt, the youngest region in the country in terms of population age, ramps up its performance on several socio-economic parameters.” Discuss.

Topic: Population and associated issues 1) “Despite a predominantly young population, a demographic dividend is unlikely to accrue to India unless the northern belt, the youngest region in the country in terms of population age, ramps up its performance on several socio-economic parameters.” Discuss. (200 Words) Business Standard