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Q. What is the news?Black fungus has emerged as a post-Covid complication that has startled the medical fraternity, because of the way the ‘rare disease’ has spiked in the second wave of the pandemic in India. While they are clear that dosage of steroids, uncontrolled sugar levels and low immunity are behind the outbreak, they are also looking at a new factor that could have made this rare disease common this time: the quality of Oxygen being supplied in the hospitals.Q. How shortfall in oxygen ended up being plugged by industrial oxygen and cylinde... Read More...

  Jun 08, 2021   Science and Technology

Q. What is the news ?A. A protracted shortage of inputs, especially semiconductor chips, has made India-based car manufactures and premium bike makers curtail production across categories. While carmakers in India appear to be waiting to ride out the chip famine by constraining production, their global counterparts have got more creative in addressing the shortage.Q. Why did the chip famine occur?The trigger point was the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns across the world that forced shut ... Read More...

  Jun 08, 2021   Science and Technology

Q. What is the news? The Moon will have the nearest approach to Earth on May 26, and therefore will appear to be the closest and largest Full Moon or “supermoon” of 2021.Today’s celestial event coincides with this year’s only total lunar eclipse, the first since January 2019. Significantly, a supermoon and a total lunar eclipse have not occurred together in nearly six years.Q. What is a supermoon?A supermoon occurs when the Moon’s orbit is closest to the Earth at... Read More...

  Jun 07, 2021   Geography

Q. Why is this in news? On May 26 — Buddha Jayanti, Buddha Purnima, or Vesak — India’s largest statue of the Reclining Buddha was to have been installed at the Buddha International Welfare Mission temple in Bodh Gaya.The ceremony has been put off due to Covid-19 restrictions, but the giant 100-foot fibreglass statue, built over three months by a team of 22 artisans in Kolkata, remains a fascinating work of art, as much for its size as for the way The Buddha has been depicted.Q. What is The Reclining Buddha?&... Read More...

  Jun 07, 2021   Art & Culture

Today's History Question: Critically evaluate the concept Golden Age. Read More...

  Jun 06, 2021   History

Today's Current Affairs Question: The Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Act, 2021 Read More...

  Jun 05, 2021   Current Affairs

Today's History Question: Discuss the evolution of land grant system in ancient India and evaluate its impact on political economy and cultural formation under the  Guptas. Read More...

  Jun 05, 2021   History

Today's Current Affairs Question:What are Sustainability Development Goals(SDGs)? Mention at least five SDGs with their number. How did Indian states perform in their achievement according to the Niti Aayog assessment? (200 Words) Read More...

  Jun 04, 2021   Current Affairs

Today's History Question: Discuss the impact of central Asian contacts on Indian society. Read More...

  Jun 02, 2021   History

Today's Current Affairs Question:Political democracy can only be sustained with the foundation of social and economic democracy-BR Ambedkar . Amplify. Read More...

  Jun 02, 2021   Current Affairs

Today's History Question:Discuss the impact of Achemenian art and architecture  on Mauryan art forms. Read More...

  Jun 01, 2021   History

Today's Current Affairs Question:Energy transition is underway at an exceptional level and several countries are betting on hydrogen to emerge as the top clean fuel with its high energy density and versatility. Government of India’s (GOI) National Hydrogen Energy Mission (NHM) initiative will capitalise on one of the most abundant elements on earth for cleaner alternative fuel option. Elaborate. Read More...

  Jun 01, 2021   Current Affairs

Today's History Question: "The preamble of the constitution influenced by Asokan damma". Discuss the relevance of damma for the civil administration  today. Read More...

  May 31, 2021   History

Today's Current Affairs:What is the strategic importance of BRICS? Read More...

  May 31, 2021   Current Affairs

Q. Why is this in news?A couple of days ago, reports emerged of a Dubai-based tour operator offering a 24-day package tour from Delhi to Moscow that has included two shots of the Russian Sputnik-V vaccine.Q. What is vaccine tourism?In India, the term “vaccine tourism” became popular late last year when reports emerged of several tour operators offering packages to the US with the additional benefit of a vaccine shot.Meanwhile, South Africans are said to be flying to Zimbabwe, Can... Read More...

  Jun 06, 2021   International Relations

Q. Why is this in news? Union Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs recently commemorated the 12th Annual Day of the Competition Commission of India (CCI).Q. What is Competition Commission of India? CCI is the competition regulator in India.It is a statutory body responsible for enforcing The Competition Act, 2002 and promoting competition throughout India and preventing activities that have an appreciable adverse effect on competition in India. Read More...

  Jun 06, 2021   Economy

Q. Why is this in news? In early March, members of the Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genomic Consortia (INSACOG), an advisory group to the Central government, warned of a new and contagious form of the novel coronavirus.Q. What is INSACOG?INSACOG is a consortium of 10 labs across the country tasked with scanning COVID-19 samples from swathes of patients and flagging the presence of variants that were known to have spiked transmission internationally.It has also been tasked with checking whe... Read More...

  Jun 05, 2021   Science and Technology

Q. Why is this in news?The high-powered selection committee headed by the Prime Minister has finalized some names for the post of CBI director.Q. What is Central Bureau of Investigation? The CBI is the premier investigating agency of India operating under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions.It was originally set up to investigate bribery and governmental corruption.In 1965 it received expanded jurisdi... Read More...

  Jun 05, 2021   Polity

Q Why is it in News? Recently, the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), NITI Aayog launched AIM-PRIME (Program for Researchers on Innovations, Market-Readiness & Entrepreneurship).Q What is Atal Innovation Mission?Atal Innovation Mission : AIM is Government of India’s flagship initiative to promote a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in the country.Its objective is to develop new programmes and policies for fostering innovation... Read More...

  Jun 03, 2021   Government Schemes

Q Why is it  in News? Recently, Kerala launched preventive measures after a few cases of brucellosis, a zoonotic infection, have been detected in some dairy animals.Earlier in September 2020 Brucella abortus S19Δ per vaccine was developed by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research’s -Indian Veterinary Research Institute (ICAR-IVRI) for brucellosis prevention in the dairy sector.Q What are Zoonotic Diseases? It i... Read More...

  Jun 04, 2021   Science and Technology