Insights into Editorial: The problem of land hoarding

Insights into Editorial: The problem of land hoarding   Context: As per the details from to the Government Land Information System (GLIS), the government owns at least 13,505 square km. The government owns more land than it admits, large swathes of which are unused or underutilised. Government Land Information System (GLIS) In 2012, a committee …

Insights Daily Current Affairs, 09 January 2018

Insights Daily Current Affairs, 09 January 2018   Paper 2: Topic: Parliament and State Legislatures – structure, functioning, conduct of business, powers & privileges and issues arising out of these.   All India Whips’ Conference Context: The 18th All India Whips’ Conference was recently inaugurated at Udaipur, Rajasthan. The conference is hosting around 90 Delegates …

AIR Spotlight Summary on: “Various Aspects of Energy Conservation”

AIR Spotlight Summary on: “Various Aspects of Energy Conservation”     Introduction Energy is life, without energy the modern lifestyle or even to survive an ordinary lifestyle cannot be imagined. So energy is very vital for the existence of human being. Oil is one of the conventional age old energy sources which are finite. The …

[Insights Secure – 2018] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Affairs: 09 January 2018

[Insights Secure – 2018] UPSC Mains Questions on Current Affairs: 09 January 2018 Click on EACH question to post/read  answers. General Studies – 1   Topic: Urbanization, their problems and their remedies.  1) From fire safety to urban planning, why are Indian regulations not working? Critically analyse. (250 Words) The Wire   General Studies – 2 …

4) It doesn’t augur well for an aspiring market economy that the government should provide goods that competitive markets can provide effectively. With reference to debate on the privatization of Air India, comment on the statement.

Topic:  Effects of liberalization on the economy, changes in industrial policy and their effects on industrial growth 4) It doesn’t augur well for an aspiring market economy that the government should provide goods that competitive markets can provide effectively. With reference to debate on the privatization of Air India, comment on the statement. (150 Words) Livemint

3) India does not have a legal definition of what constitutes personal information and lacks a robust and comprehensive data protection law. We need to have both quickly in place if the Supreme Court’s judgment according privacy the status of a fundamental right is to have any meaning. In the light of recent developments, critically comment on the statement.

Topic:  Important aspects of governance, transparency & accountability and institutional and other measures. 3) India does not have a legal definition of what constitutes personal information and lacks a robust and comprehensive data protection law. We need to have both quickly in place if the Supreme Court’s judgment according privacy the status of a fundamental right …

2) India has a shockingly high maternal mortality ratio (MMR) of 167: for every 100,000 births. This is more than twice the target to be achieved under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Why do you think institutional delivery is still a nightmare for majority of pregnant women in India?

Topic:  Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health, 2) India has a shockingly high maternal mortality ratio (MMR) of 167: for every 100,000 births. This is more than twice the target to be achieved under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Why do you think institutional delivery is still a nightmare for …