AIR spotlight summary on “Forest Rights of Tribals”

    AIR spotlight summary on “Forest Rights of Tribals”. Introduction At the tribal carnival held in New Delhi prime minister has reiterated emphasised that the tribals should get their titles regard to their forest land according to Forest Rights Act, 2006. A committee will be setup to monitor the implementation. The implementation process is …

Insights Daily Current Affairs, 07 November 2016

    Insights Daily Current Affairs, 07 November 2016   Paper 3 Topic: Science and Technology- developments and their applications and effects in everyday life Achievements of Indians in science & technology; indigenization of technology and developing new technology.   DRDO Signs MoU With IIT Delhi to Establish JATC   Defence Research & Development Organisation …

Insights into Editorial: The Unmaking of the Forest Rights Act

    Insights into Editorial: The Unmaking of the Forest Rights Act   Summary: Aimed at protecting the rights of forest dwelling tribal communities the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006 promised much. However, over the years its implementation has been tardy and there have been concerted efforts …

[Insights Secure – 2016] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Affairs: 07 November 2016

[Insights Secure – 2016] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Affairs: 07 November 2016 Click on EACH question to post/read  answers. General Studies – 1; Topic:Urbanization – problems and remedies 1) Why planting more trees in cities is said to be simple yet very effective measure to prevent health crisis in Indian cities? Examine. (200 Words) Livemint …

6) Odisha, despite having huge amount of natural resources and a stable government, continues to be one of India’s poorest states. What should Odisha do to turnaround its key sectors and alleviate poverty faster? Discuss.

Topic:Indian Economy and issues relating to planning, mobilization of resources, growth, development and employment. 6) Odisha, despite having huge amount of natural resources  and a stable government, continues to be one of India’s poorest states. What should Odisha do to turnaround its key sectors and alleviate poverty faster? Discuss. (200 Words) The Indian Express