5) Belt and Road Initiative of China poses a threat to the unipolarity enjoyed by USA post 1990s. Comment. (250 words)

Topic– Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India’s interests 5) Belt and Road Initiative of China poses a threat to the unipolarity enjoyed by USA post 1990s. Comment. (250 words) epw   Why this question The article wonderfully explains the theory of international relations by juxtaposing it to the current …

4) Examine the fears of the developing countries with regards to displacing the “development agenda” in the WTO for a new agenda on digital trade?(250 words)

Topic– Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests. 4) Examine the fears of the developing countries with regards to displacing the “development agenda” in the WTO for a new agenda on digital trade?(250 words) Reference Why this question The article discusses the issues raised by civil society groups and …

3) The judicial appointment to the higher courts remains riddled with arbitrariness, opacity, and an ­absence of accountability. Analyze. (250 words)

Topic– Indian polity : issues 3) The judicial appointment to the higher courts remains riddled with arbitrariness, opacity, and an ­absence of accountability. Analyze. (250 words) epw Why this question The article highlights some of the controversies in the appointment of judges which brings the focus back on appointment process of judges. It makes sense …

2) Constitution alone cannot fight social evils. Comment in the context of the Sabarimala temple controversy.(250 words)

Topic-Indian Constitution- historical underpinnings, evolution, features, amendments, significant provisions and basic structure. 2) Constitution alone cannot fight social evils. Comment in the context of the Sabarimala temple controversy.(250 words) Indianexpress Why this question The recent Sabarimala controversy highlights the deep social divides still relevant In Indian society. In this context it is essential to discuss …

1) Saving the Constitution is not about saving a text, it is about renewing a commitment to each other. Comment.(250 words)

Topic-Indian Constitution- historical underpinnings, evolution, features, amendments, significant provisions and basic structure. 1) Saving the Constitution is not about saving a text, it is about renewing a commitment to each other. Comment.(250 words) Indianexpress Why this question This republic day we need to introspect our relationship with the constitution and with the fellow citizens which …