[COMPILATION] Insights Current Affairs, December 2022

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[MISSION 2023] RTM(Revision through MCQs)- 09 Jan 2023

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[Mission 2023] INSIGHTS DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS + PIB SUMMARY 10 January 2023

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Europe turns to LNG instead of Russia gas: What is it, how it impacts the climate

GS Paper 3 Syllabus: Energy, Environment and Conservation   Source: IE   Direction: The article attempts to explain LNG and why switching to LNG is not an environmentally sustainable idea and way forward.   Context: The EU is replacing piped Russian gas imports with rapidly increasing imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG), much of which …

SC dismisses PIL challenging committees set up by Gujarat and Uttarakhand for Uniform Civil Code

GS Paper 2 Syllabus: Indian Constitution—Historical Underpinnings, Evolution, Features, Amendments, Significant Provisions and Basic Structure   Source: ToI  Direction: As some states attempt to enact the Uniform Civil Code (UCC), this article attempts to discuss the topic of UCC in India.   Context: The SC refused to entertain a PIL challenging the decisions of the …

INSIGHTS IAS WEEKLY CURRENT AFFAIRS MAGAZINE : 2nd Jan – 7th Jan 2023

  InsightsIAS is delighted to present the 35th edition of the Weekly Current Affairs magazine. It is, as the name suggests, a compilation of the Daily CA initiative of the preceding week. Our motto at InsightsIAS has always been about simplifying UPSC exam preparation for you. This magazine will be an essential study aid – …

[COMPILATION] Static Quiz – December 2022

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EDITORIAL ANALYSIS : A step towards fighting corruption

  Source: The Hindu   Prelims: corruption, Supreme court, governance etc Mains GS Paper II & III: Issues with the urbanization, corruption and issues associated with it. ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS In Neeraj Dutta v. State (Govt. of NCT of Delhi) the Constitution Bench lowered the bar for the quantum of evidence required to convict persons charged …

[MISSION 2023] SECURE : Daily UPSC Mains Answer Writing Practice: 10 January 2023

Click on EACH question to post/upload you answers. How to Follow Secure Initiative? How to Self-evaluate your answer?  MISSION – 2023: YEARLONG TIMETABLE Join IPM 4.0 to get an assured review of 2 secure answers everyday   General Studies – 1   Topic: The Freedom Struggle — its various stages and important contributors/contributions from different parts …

Compare and contrast between persuasion and influence.

Topic: social influence and persuasion.   4. Compare and contrast between persuasion and influence. Why the question: The question is part of the static syllabus of General studies paper – 4 and part of ‘Conceptual Tuesdays’ in Mission-2023 Secure. Key Demand of the question: A straightforward question to distinguish between persuasion and influence and to …

Moral relativism is the idea that there is no universal or absolute set of moral principles. Explain.

Topic: dimensions of ethics; 3. Moral relativism is the idea that there is no universal or absolute set of moral principles. Explain. (150 words) Difficulty level: Moderate Reference: plato.stanford.edu Why the question: The question is part of the static syllabus of General studies paper – 4 and part of ‘Conceptual Tuesdays’ in Mission-2023 Secure. Key …

Critically examine the decision by Mahatma Gandhi to withdraw the non-cooperation movement.

Topic: The Freedom Struggle — its various stages and important contributors/contributions from different parts of the country. 2. Critically examine the decision by Mahatma Gandhi to withdraw the non-cooperation movement. (250 words) Difficulty level: Moderate Reference: Insights on India Why the question: The question is part of the static syllabus of General studies paper – …

The British termed the prevailing political situation in the country as the ‘Indian Unrest’. Lord Minto denounced the extremists but felt it was imperative to engage with the moderates and provide some political concessions – which came to be packaged as the Morley-Minto reforms. These reforms were the basis of the Indian Councils Act 1909. Examine.

Topic: The Freedom Struggle — its various stages and important contributors/contributions from different parts of the country. 1. The British termed the prevailing political situation in the country as the ‘Indian Unrest’. Lord Minto denounced the extremists but felt it was imperative to engage with the moderates and provide some political concessions – which came …